Swetland Summer Internship Program
The Mary Ann Swetland Center for Environmental Health provides an opportunity for individuals who are interested in developing skills and deepening knowledge of community systems science for environmental health equity. Over eight weeks, interns have been immersed in engaging and thought-provoking experiences to enhance awareness of and skills to address the environment’s disparate impact on communities and populations with specific focus on advancing capacity in one or more of the Center’s focal areas related to (1) community-engagement for environmental justice; (2) ecological, systems, and computational methodologies; and (3) implementation, evaluation, and dissemination of environmental health interventions.
We are not currently accepting applications for the Swetland Summer Internship Program. Please check back in March 2020 for new information on the Summer Internship Program and how you might apply.
Swetland Community Fellowship
The 2019 Swetland Community Fellowship provided support for 15 individuals (community residents and students) to actively take part in the public convening on May 22, 2019. Community Fellows attended a professional training centered around dialogue strategies and systems thinking and provided support on the convening day. To be eligible, candidates must reside in one of the four targeted neighborhoods in Cleveland: Buckeye/Shaker, Hough, Central, St. Clair Superior.
This opportunity is not currently open. Please check back for additional fellowship opportunities.