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Current job opportunities:

We are currently fully staffed, but please check back in the future for opportunities at ORPRN.

Current internship opportunities:

ORPRN’s Oregon ECHO Network is searching for our next intern! We are seeking one MPH student to lead a robust equity assessment, including our internal and external equity work.

  • $3,000 stipend after successful completion of deliverables, based on 160 hours of work
  • Hybrid or remote depending on location
  • Applications accepted until 5/15/24
  • Flexible time frame and scheduling options
  • See position description PDF for full details and contact info

Please email if you are interested in internship possibilities.

Other opportunities:


  • Funded by a grant from the National Institutes of Health, BUILD EXITO is an undergraduate research-training program centered at Portland State University that supports students on their pathway to becoming scientific researchers and finding success in health research careers.
  • Read more about the BUILD EXITO program model.

AmeriCorps VISTA

  • The AmeriCorps national service program offers opportunities for citizens to strengthen their communities while gaining valuable skills and experience to advance their careers. In Oregon, AmeriCorps members serve at more than 500 locations through one of three programs. The VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) program supports community efforts to overcome poverty.
  • Read more about national service in Oregon.

DEIAR Proposals

  • We are inviting proposals from consultants who specialize in organizational change and creating program practices to enhance health equity and anti-racism. Our organization is on a journey to improve our processes to fulfill our mission of improving health equity for all Oregonians through community engaged research, education and policy.

  • We are currently seeking a consultant to provide:
    1. An organizational assessment of current policies and practices
    2. Recommendations for how to center equity and anti-racism in our organizational and program policies and practices based on the organizational assessment
    3. Resources, tools, and/or best practices to integrate equity and anti-racism into the ongoing operations and work of our organization, and
    4. Tools to measure our progress toward improving health equity in Oregon over time and becoming an anti-racist organization.

  • View full RPF for more details.

  • Please submit proposal to by April 1st.

PERC leads discussion at 2016 ORPRN Convocation

Working alongside rural communities to find answers to important questions – and turn that evidence into action – are important aspects of my work at ORPRN. 

- Rose Gunn, M.A., Project Manager