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Posted by Willy Franzen on August 20, 2011. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Maryland Nonprofit Management and Development Intern||Baltimore, MD|
|Officer, Kids’ Safe and Healthful Foods||Washington, DC|
|Community Outreach Associate||New Haven, CT|
|CLINICAL NURSE II (Radiation Oncology** - PRN)||Durham, NC|
|CLINICAL NURSE II (Psychiatry - rot 7a/7p)||Durham, NC|
|Officer, Kids' Safe and Healthful Foods||Washington, DC|
|CLINICAL NURSE II (General Medicine/Dialysis - PRN**)||Durham, NC|
|CLINICAL NURSE II PRN (ED or CDU - prior exp. req'd)||Durham, NC|
|CLINICAL NURSE II (Radiology Nsg - M-F days w/ call - see desc)||Durham, NC|
Although I may not be a big fan of NPR, I guess it’s pretty useful for learning about new companies and organizations to profile. Yesterday one of the sponsors that was mentioned while I was listening was the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. They’re a Princeton, NJ based non-profit that is “devoted to improving health policy and practice.” It’s one of the wealthiest charitable foundations in the world, and it was founded after the death of Robert Wood Johnson II, the founder of Johnson & Johnson. During the 90s one of the Robert Wood Johnson’s main goals was to curb tobacco use in the United States. They spent nearly half a billion dollars on it, and they were quite successful. Now they’re using what they learned in that battle to fight childhood obesity.
While Childhood Obesity seems to be the main focus of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, they do have a number of other Program Areas that focus on a variety of health related issues. It’s all about working “with a diverse group of dedicated people and organizations to address problems at their roots and to help make a difference on the widest scale—particularly for the most vulnerable among us.” If you want to be part of that mission, you should keep reading up on the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation by checking out their Publications and Research and Health Policy. If you like what you see, then you can head ofer to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Jobs page. Right now they’re looking for a Program Administrative Assistant, which looks to be well suited to the entry level. They also accept general application inquiries at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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