Social Norms Campaign Internships
Each spring, we welcome social norms campaign internship applications.
The Social Norms Campaign Internships provide excellent opportunities for students to work closely with Center staff designing, implementing, and evaluating the UAlbany social norm campaign interventions. The experience provides a unique opportunity to develop leadership skills and explore interests in health promotion, marketing research, program planning, and public health.
Interns work with current UAlbany students and incoming first year students.
The interns have responsibilities on a team that facilitates a theatre program called "Misperceptions" throughout summer orientation for new students. The interns will work with vendors to help create campaign posters; order promotional items; and work with our professional staff to coordinate the dissemination of campaign materials and programming. The interns will have the option of co-facilitating public presentations. The interns will also be involved in assisting with the development of the following year's campaign as they will help select campaign messages and poster design, and propose new directions for the campaign.
The interns will also be trained in SPSS and will be involved in analyzing student survey data.
Inquiries should be directed to:
Brian Freidenberg, Ph.D.
Addictive Behaviors Specialist
University Counseling Center
400 Patroon Creek Boulevard Suite 104
Albany, NY 12206