Force for Health® Intern Feedback Form
What do you think?
I'm a #ForceforHealth Intern because...
I decided to be a Force for Health Intern this semester because I wanted to learn how to intertwine my communication skills with my love for health and medicine within a community setting.
We must be a good example of health to teach other students about health and wellness
I was looking for an internship related to the healthcare field and when I heard about Force for Health, I knew I wanted to be a part of of this team. Being that I am from Huntingdon, I loved the idea of providing the community with resources so that they in turn can take charge of their own health.
I decided to become a Force for Health Intern this semester because I learned about what it means to be a Force for Health last semester. I thought being apart of this internship would allow me to connect with the community that I'm from and help them become healthier as a whole.
I wanted to try something new, and be a part of a greater effort to improve the community I have been a part of for the past 3 years.
Because I would like to help educate high school children to have a better understanding of health and wellness
The main thing I'd like to accomplish this semester is...
I would like to complete designing the anatomy courses, the IDEAS course and planning the Force for Health Conference.
This semester I would like to see the Force for Health Scholar's Day become a success.
My main goal is to get comfortable using our course building software and build out some courses that will educate the public about different health-related topics.
I would like to have a successful Scholar's Day with the students of Huntingdon County.
I would like to finish a few courses and leave a lasting impact on the progress of the program.
The biggest thing I have learned so far is...
The biggest lesson I have learned so far from this Force for Health Internship, is that it is really important to be your own force for health before you can be a force for health for health for others.
So far I have learned how to guide students in their research process for an overall goal of incorporating the community within their targeted tasks.
I have learned how to work with students to help them turn health-related research projects into IDEAS projects that can benefit the community.
There is so much work that goes into creating useful, well-informed resources for the community at large, and I admire previous interns that have been able to accomplish so much in so little time.