Nutrition & Health Promotion, Des Moines

Project Title: Iowa Child Care Centers Policy Development

Brief Description of Project:
Assist in the development of a database of activities related to training and policy development.

Responsibilities (project objectives):
Data entry.
Compile/analyze data.
Develop reports as appropriate.

Specify any skills needed/required for this project:
Ability to analyze data.
Ability to use basic Microsoft software.
Basic writing skills.

Internship Start Date: April-May/2011
Internship End Date: Aug-Sept/2011

visit http://www.idph.state.ia.us/internship/common/pdf/interns/nutr_research_analyst.pdf for more information

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