[The Center’s] major emphasis is on prevention—to help prevent and catch memory loss in its early stages before it turns into Alzheimer’s or dementia.
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The community relations team at the Center for BrainHealth is seeking a Community Relations Intern and a Public Relations Intern. The candidate must be a college or graduate student with exceptional communication skills, first-rate organizational talents, a professional demeanor, and an eagerness to play a large role in promoting the Center's cutting-edge brain research.
Interested applicants may send a resume and cover letter to Julie Carter at email@example.com.
"The Center [for BrainHealth] offers many distinct opportunities for interns. Through the course of the internship, I was able to strengthen my public relations skills, professional development, and leadership abilities. The Community Relations team was encouraging, valued my ideas, and worked as a unified team. I learned valuable ways to maintain donor relations and motivate others to support a worthy cause. When I went back to Baylor this fall, I was able to look at my courses from a new perspective and apply what I had learned. This experience was invaluable for me."
2012 ExxonMobil Community Summer Jobs Program Intern
"The team and everyone at the Center provided a great environment for growth. The experience I acquired from the breadth of the projects I worked on is something that I will carry with me to my chosen career, whatever that may be."
2011 ExxonMobil Community Summer Jobs Program Intern