Internship within a CARE Partnership
Internship with the CARE-CCS Partnership
CARE has long-term partnerships with several community organizations including Crossroads
Community Services, CitySquare, Habitat for Humanity, and the North Texas Food Bank.
Each semester there is opportunity for students to create a tailored internship experiences
for class credit. Students interested in careers in health (including mental health), health policy or economic policy are highly encouraged to apply. Additionally, Spanish speaking students or students
wishing to gain practical experience using Spanish would be excellent candidates for this opportunity. Please see Dr. Tammy Leonard for more information about current internship opportunities.
Below is a list of UD students who have interned through CARE and their research products.
- Greg Pimental (Economics) interned at Crossroads: “Crossroads Community Services Economic
- Mark Houle (Economics) interned at Crossroads: “Direct and Indirect Effects of Minimum
Wage Policy: An Examination of Minimum Wage Policy Trends”
- Kathryn Reed (Economics) interned at the North Texas Food Bank: “Concilio Health Fair
Report: An analysis of the relationship between the spatial arrangement of food sources
and reported food access of residents in southwestern Dallas”
- John McDonald (Economics) interned as a research assistance for CARE: "Analysis of
food insecurity and alleviation efforts"
- Christian Huitz (Economics) interned at Crossroads: "Analysis of the CARE Longitudinal