Colleen Kimsey Awarded Title V MCH Internship to Develop Workforce Capacity
Second-year Health Services MPH (MCH) student Colleen Kimsey was awarded a Title V MCH Internship to work with the Bureau of Family Health in Pennsylvania to develop workforce capacity around improving health outcomes for women and children. Colleen was one of 14 students chosen from around the nation to participate in this novel internship program, which aims to "provide future MCH professionals with experience working in state Title V agencies, with mentorship and guidance from Title V agency preceptors."
Read more about the program here.
Photo: Colleen being congratulated by her program mentor, Sara Thuma, MPH of the Pennsylvania Bureau of Family Health.