C.A.M.E.O. Program


C.A.M.E.O. is a HealthStreet multi-disciplinary program that provides an opportunity for collaboration and participation in innovative community engagement practices among our volunteers and interns. The C.A.M.E.O. program has five core initiatives that support the HealthStreet mission of reducing disparities in healthcare and health research, including Communication strategies, Analysis of data, community-engaged program Management, community health Education, and Outreach.

Volunteers and Interns

We are accepting C.A.M.E.O. student volunteers and interns to assist with:

(C) Communications Strategies
  • Health Event Planning
  • Our Community, Our Health Town Halls
  • Marketing
  • Public Relations
  • Website and Social Media
(A) Epidemiological and Biostatistical Analyses
  • Data Entry
  • Data Management
  • Quality Control
  • Statistical Analyses
  • Survey Design
  • Data Engineering
  • Hot Spot Analysis
(M) Community-Engaged Program Management
  • Strategic Planning
  • Program Development
  • Organizational Management
  • Grant Writing and LOI Preparation
(E) Community Health Education
  • Health Education and Screenings
  • Preparation of Outreach Materials
(O) Outreach
  • Health Needs Assessment Certification
  • Recruitment, Retention, and Navigation
  • Membership Follow-up Calls
  • Research Study Calls

For more information, email @healthstreet@ufl.edu with a resume and cover letter expressing your interest in joining HealthStreet as a volunteer or intern. We require a minimum of 10 hours per week and a commitment of one semester for interns, and two semesters for volunteers. Flexibility on evenings and weekends is required. Positions in C.A.M.E.O. are accepted as space permits.

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