UNC Chapel Hill Global Photo and Video Competition – Nov. 15th deadline is getting closer!!!
Only 9 days remain before the deadline for this high-profile photo and video competition run by the UNC-Chapel Hill Gillings School of Global Public Health! Submit your work by November 15th! The competition focuses on global public health themes and is open to all. This is a great opportunity to compete for cash prizes and showcase your work at a top-ranked public health school!
The contest, called Gateway to the future: Global Health Challenges and Opportunities, will highlight health challenges that face people around the world. It will also capture success stories and the public health heroes who meet those challenges. Photographs and videos can capture any public health issue or challenge in any part of the world. Twenty prizes will be awarded, with grand prizes for best video and photograph set at $500.
Submission information is available online. http://tinyurl.com/
The Global Gateway Facebook page www.facebook.com/
The Competition is made possible by the generosity of Gillings School alumnus Stephen A. Morse, MSPH (‘66), PhD (‘69)
Come to the “Evaluating Organizational Capacity in Ethiopia” internship information session
Friday, November 15th at 12:15 in CT305
Find more information here: CGHD Ethiopia Info Session 2013
Come to the information session with the BU research team and past interns – Friday November 15 January, 12:15pm-1:00pm, Crosstown, 305. If you are unable to attend email please Elizabeth DeMare at email@example.com for application instructions
2014 INTERNATIONAL CORPS PROGRAM
EarthCorps is now recruiting for our 2014 International Corps Members! EarthCorps offers a six-month service learning program in Seattle, Washington, USA that brings together emerging environmental leaders to learn the fundamentals of environmental service, community building and leadership. EarthCorps charges no tuition for its services and in fact supplies insurance, individual host families, food, gear and a monthly stipend to all international participants.
Before you apply, please note that EarthCorps is required by the US government to ensure that every applicant meets strict criteria in order to qualify for a US J-1 Trainee visa. EarthCorps has established the following criteria to be considered for our program:
· Between 18-28 years old
· No Criminal Record
· Conversational English
· Four year college degree in the environmental field and one year of work experience in the environmental field OR five years of work experience in the environmental field
Applicants can now use our online application to start, edit and complete their application to EarthCorps. Click here for more information and for application instructions.
DEADLINES AND START DATES:
· Application deadline: December 20, 2013
· Participant selection: February and March 2014
· EarthCorps Program start date: June 2014
· EarthCorps Program graduation: mid-December 2014