The Perinatal Health Equity Foundation is looking for two public health students to work on our #Justice4Jenayah initiative in New Jersey. The selected candidates will be instrumental in the development of our policy and advocacy plan to address the Black maternal Health crisis in New Jersey. This is an unpaid internship to fulfill the required hours as required by your respective program. You can read more about the qualifications below

  • A resident of New Jersey
  • Current MPH student or doctoral student

The full job description can be found here:

Interested applicants can apply here

  • Passionate about making an impact in the maternal health crisis in New Jersey
  • Have an awareness of reproductive justice and the impact of structural racism, weathering and the social determinants of health impact perinatal care.
  • Familiar with New Jersey health care systems and policy.

To apply send an email to