Dave Theno Food Safety Fellowship

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Start Date: August 23, 2021 The Dave Theno Food Safety Fellowship is a partnership between Stop Foodborne Illness and Michigan State University Online Food Safety Program. The Fellow will work with Stop Foodborne Illness in Chicago, IL and complete a 12-credit Online Food Safety Certificate with Michigan State University. Salary for the Fellowship is $25,000. The Fellowship will be offered to one recent graduate (2017-2021) with a food science, animal science, political science, or public health undergraduate or graduate degree from an accredited college or university with a grade point average of 3.0 or higher. Preference will be given to those seeking a career in food industry or food regulation. The Fellow will: 1. Work in the Stop Foodborne Illness office 35 hours a week (Option to work in a remote capacity as well) 2. Complete two projects defined by the Stop and MSU Online Food Safety Directors. 3. Familiarize themselves with stories on the Honor Wall at . 4. Participate in weekly Safe Food Coalition calls; with possible travel to Washington, DC. 5. Assist Community Coordinator in identified initiatives. 6. Staff Stop s booth (with others) at conferences, including the 2022 International Association for Food Protection conference in Pittsburgh, PA. 7. Attend Creating a Food Safety Culture Executive Education at MSU in June 2022. 8. Weekly check-in Stop CEO and the MSU OFS Director regarding progress of the Fellowship. 9. Participate in a bi-weekly journal club with MSU OFS Staff to learn ore about 10. Complete the MSU Food Safety Certificate (12 credits). Stop Foodborne Illness and Michigan State University will: 1. Provide a comprehensive understanding of the roles of each party participating and expectations. 2. Provide a supportive work environment. 3. Provide guidance to support Fellow s success. Application 1. A completed application. 2. Minimum of 3.0 GPA. 3. Completed at least one university-level microbiology course. 4. Official transcripts from their degree granting university. 5. A Statement of Intent outlining their background, professional interests, their reason for wanting this fellowship, and how they believe it will help their future career. 6. Three letters of recommendation (2 academic, 1 personal) Application and all supplemental materials must be received by Wednesday, March 31, 2021. Email: Snail Mail: Stop Foodborne Illness, 4809 N Ravenswood Ave, #214 Chicago, IL 60640 Attn: Dave Theno Fellowship Stop Foodborne Illness is an equal opportunity employer. We respect and seek to empower each individual and support the diverse cultures, perspective, skills and experiences within our workforce. Show moreShow less
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