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REMOTE Human Services (HR) Intern for Public Health Organization

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“This position can qualify for school credit per approval from the respective institution. This internship is unpaid, but eligible for academic or course credit if approved by your educational institution.”

The Assuaged Foundation is a national, 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, headquartered in Green Valley Lake, California. Our visionary plant-based organization dedicated to promoting healthier lifestyles is seeking a talented individual like you to join our team as a Remote Human Services (HR) Assistant.

At Assuaged Foundation, our mission is to foster a transformative remote internship program, coupling AI and digital marketing to empower marginalized college students. By integrating affluent mentors and military veterans, we cultivate digitally proficient leaders of tomorrow, thereby boosting their post-graduation employability. Through this immersive learning experience, we aim to educate, inspire, and uplift, contributing to the digital future of the health and wellness industry.

Our mentor and stakeholder is Jeff Hoffman for the World Youth Horizons cause. Students will work on materials related to the Assuaged Public Health Organization and WYH.

We strive to help people make health-conscious choices following health psychology and nutritional counseling principles to identify and improve health behavior. 

Our goal is to advance the nation's Public Health system to combat the global burden of chronic disease.  

We define activism as an act of standing for unity. Assuaged continuously creates valuable content, community service projects, and awareness events to evoke and support public health change. We envision an all-inclusive world where we prioritize collective care and optimal well-being for everyone. 

We work toward creating a financially sustainable model of higher education that considers the interests of our students and stakeholders.

Position title: REMOTE Human Services (HR) Assistant for Public Health Plant-Based Organization

Type: Educational Internship (10-20 hours per week)

Division: Public Health and Communications

Reports to: Vice President and Executive Director



The Human Resources and HR assistant will assist with overseeing departmental operations to meet public health service requirements and the needs of the medically indigent.

Student recruitment, training, and overseeing the organization chart will be a key focus in this role using advanced software suites utilized by multi-billion dollar empires such as: Slack, Hubspot, Monday, G-Suite, and Clockify.


  • Plan, organize, and direct the work of professional, technical, and administrative staff engaged in delivering health services via policy proposals, live discussions, podcast schedules, SEO blogs, landing pages, newsletters, and social media.
  • Facilitate a supportive work environment and an engaged workforce consistent with the mission, core values, and culture;
  • Partner with leadership in analyzing, interpreting, and forecasting workforce trends for department(s) and identify and monitor key HR metrics (vacancy and turnover rates, aging demographics, etc.);
  • Advise and consult with departmental leaders on operational decisions, facilitate the development of departmental systems or protocols that promote HR strategy (talent, engagement, and health and well-being), and ensure various policies and procedures are followed;
  • Serve as a departmental resource on human resource policies, and processes;
  • Interpret and apply HR policies and procedures
  • Administer departmental protocols and best practices, ensuring that department rules, policies, practices and programs meet legal/regulatory standards and are in compliance with policies; recommend new policies or changes to existing policies
  • Resource for employees for resolving workplace issues
  • Evaluate and respond to presenting human resource issues and when appropriate consult with collegiate, division, and Human Resources, or refer the individual to other campus resources
  • Assess and anticipate HR-related needs
  • Operationalize HR programs and services, (e.g. Performance Management, Recruitment and Retention, Reward and Recognition, Compensation, Learning and Development, Employee Health, Well-being and Safety, Employee and Labor Relations, Leave Management, etc.);
  • Function as a communication liaison; identify and share departmental issues, concerns, and needs with Senior HR Leadership and HR leadership. A resource for information for their respective departmental leadership and employees;
  • May initiate, review, and/or approve HR transactions at the department level;
  • Participate in process reviews, policy development teams, and other opportunities

For any questions, please email (Please give us 48-72 hours to respond.)

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