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Collaboration for Evidence, Research and Impact in Public Health

Student opportunities in CERIPH

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CERIPH has a number of opportunities for health promotion undergraduate and postgraduate students to further develop their professional skills while contributing to the completion of research projects. 

Students can be building their workplace experience through these opportunities and upon successful completion may receive a letter of recognition, reflecting individual performance. 

There are three types of opportunities for students to work on CERIPH projects:

Undertaking practical placement

Practical placement at CERIPH can be undertaken as part of the unit Professional Practice in Health Promotion 383/683. When you enrol in this unit in your final year of study you will be given information by your unit coordinator on how to obtain a placement and opportunities available with the CERIPH.

Volunteering

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Applications are now open for student health promotion volunteers at the CERIPH. The CERIPH Volunteering in Health Promotion program was developed to provide opportunities for health promotion undergraduate and postgraduate students to further develop their research skills within the field of health promotion and public health.  Students who participate in the Volunteering in Health Promotion program will be given the opportunity to work with research staff at the CERIPH to provide support to projects. Click here for more information.

Paid employment

The CERIPH Students Employed in Health Promotion program was developed to provide opportunities for Curtin health promotion undergraduate and postgraduate students to further develop their research skills within the field of health promotion and public health. At the same time, the program provides CERIPH researchers with extra assistance to complete projects. The Students Employed in Health Promotion program is organised through Curtin Careers in conjunction with CERIPH staff and is available to both undergraduate and postgraduate students with a good academic record. Click here for more information.