Empower High School Students to Create a Healthier America with HealthCorps

Presenters Madeline Dick-Godfrey '12 (left) and Robin Joseph (right)

Presenters Madeline Dick-Godfrey ’12 (left) and Robin Joseph (right)

HealthCorps, a health education program founded and developed by Dr. Oz, is hiring program coordinators for the 25-30 positions available in low-income high schools across the United States. These coordinators teach HealthCorps curriculum (fitness, nutrition, and mental resilience), organize after-school programs, and coordinate school-wide events to promote living a healthy lifestyle.

The coordinator position is a two-year long commitment with a full salary and health benefits, as well as a four-week training.

Applicants must have a 3.0 GPA, a passion for health and education, strong interpersonal skills, and must be organized, proactive solution seekers. Spanish language skills are a plus but not required.

Applications are due by April 30, 2014. The application consists of a questionnaire form, a resume, two 300-500 word essays, and a video promoting your own designed FitTown project. Selected candidates will be called for an in-person group and one-on-one interview.

For more information please visit the HealthCorps website here.

You can also contact our presenters, Madeleine Dick-Godfrey ’12 (madeleine.godfrey@healthcorps.org) and Robin Joseph (robin.joseph@healthcorps.org), to inquire about their placements in Charlotte.

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