Force for Health® Intern Feedback Form
What do you think?
I'm a #ForceforHealth Intern because...
Because I would like to help educate high school children to have a better understanding of health and wellness
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.
We must be a good example of health to teach other students about health and wellness
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.
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.
The main thing I'd like to accomplish this semester is...
This semester I would like to see the Force for Health Scholar's Day become a success.
I would like to finish a few courses and leave a lasting impact on the progress of the program.
I would like to complete designing the anatomy courses, the IDEAS course and planning the Force for Health Conference.
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.
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.
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.
I have learned how to work with students to help them turn health-related research projects into IDEAS projects that can benefit the community.
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.
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