-Prepare annual health reports -Collect and analyze local health and wellness data -Analyze state-wide Health Athletes data -Present data that will be able to reach a large target of stakeholders -Other responsibilities as assigned Qualifications:
-Experienced in data collection and analytics -Current graduate student preferred -Practical application of various computer software packages -Must be available for Summer Games -Strong analytical, written and verbal communication skills -Demonstrated knowledge of computers and system/software programs utilized by SONC -Possess a valid driver's license or have transportation to/from work -Ability to travel as needed -Experience with PC Microsoft Windows and the software programs associated with Windows -Occasional nights/weekends Intern Work Schedule:
Suggested Summer schedule: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for three days a week anytime Monday through Friday, with added evenings and weekends as position demands Suggested Spring/Fall schedule: minimum of 15 hours for at least 3 days a week Schedule is flexible and can vary week to week as necessary To learn more about SONC's intern program or to express interest in a position, send a letter and resume to or mail to Special Olympics North Carolina, 2200 Gateway Centre Boulevard, Suite 201, Morrisville, NC 27560. If you are applying for a communications internship, please also send three writing samples with one being a feature story. Other examples of writing samples could be a press release or media alert. No phone calls please.