Children’s Environmental Health and Healthy Housing Summer Fellowship

Full program details will be available in January 2022.

The environments where we live, learn, work, and play have a profound impact on our health. This paid summer fellowship program will give BIPOC students with an interest in environmental health an opportunity to intern with the National Center for Healthy Housing and the Children’s Environmental Health Network, two national organizations leading the fight for healthier environments. Applicants for the fellowship will be invited to choose from a range of project and/or submit their own ideas for projects related to a broad array of children’s environmental health and healthy housing topics and may take a variety of different approaches to addressing public health challenges (e.g., research, policy, training, awareness building, communications, capacity-building).

Details about the application process will be available in January 2022. Applications are also expected to open in January 2022.