All volunteers must fill out our volunteer application. A volunteer is anyone who requests and is authorized to provide services to the County without receiving County compensation. Further requirements may be requested by the specific organization you wish to volunteer with; please check below for more information. Interns wanting to be involved in public health will need to be from Utah-based colleges.
We provide hands-on experience for our Interns that helps them gain a better understanding of what it means to be a Community Health Educator. Interns work with all of the programs within the Health Promotion Division. We provide an experience that will help them succeed in life.
Healthy Living through Environment, Policy and Improved Clinical Care (EPICC)
Teen Health (Comprehensive and Abstinence Sex Education programs)
Possible objectives include, but are not limited to:
Planning and implementing a worksite wellness program that is offered to all Weber County Employees
Being trained on curricula taught by Health Promotion staff
Opportunities to teach and present in different settings
Attending car seat checkpoints and various safety events
Assisting in planning and implementing community events and campaigns
Job shadow staff to gain a better perspective of what Health Educators do
Be pursuing a degree in Health Education or a closely related field
Have completed a Program Planning class (or be currently enrolled)
Complete a minimum of 200 hours and maintain consistent hours
Spend 10 hours in the office each week (spread out over at least two days)
Be dependable, computer literate, a good communicator, organized, self-motivated, tobacco-free and enthusiastic
Have a flexible schedule and reliable transportation
How to apply:
Positions are available for Fall, Spring and Summer Semesters. To apply, please email your completed application form and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact Travis Olsen, Intern Coordinator, at 801-399-7193 or email@example.com for questions about interviews, hiring dates and deadlines, or any additional questions. Applications and resumes are accepted at any time throughout the year. Qualified applicants will be contacted by email for an interview.
Medically and non-medically trained Weber & Morgan County residents can help during a public health emergency by volunteering for the Weber-Morgan Medical Reserve Corps (WMMRC). Volunteers are trained to supplement local public health, hospitals, and other emergency medical systems when they are overwhelmed. To register as a volunteer, go to www.utahresponds.org and set up a profile. You will then be contacted from the Weber-Morgan Medical Reserve Corps Coordinator.