The education internship is tailored to the individual needs of the intern. The start and end date can be changed to match the need of the applicant or the spring semester of their school. Interns are welcomed onto the health education team as a peer. Interns are trained to independently give presentations, assist with community education, plan and prepare curriculum, gain administrative and program development experience. This position will strengthen public speaking skills, behavior management, personal discipline, and provide experience working with young people, parents, and other health-care professionals. This role has changed due to covid-19. Most of the presentations for youth are virtual, a mix of synchronous and asynchronous. More community outreach opportunities are being explored such as family and parent education, social media, partnering with local coalitions, and more. Currently, the education team works part-time from home and part-time in the office, the future intern is welcome to utilize this schedule. As mandates and regulations change due to safety precautions the role of health educators (and the intern) will as well. We have done a great job adapting to this new environment since spring 2020 and will continue to do so.