Health Educator

Duties and Responsibilities:
Health educators provide information on health and health related issues. They can access health training needs and plan health education programs. They may specialize according to specific health concerns, illness, or work or training setting. Health educators may work as independent consultants or in health departments, community organizations, business, hospitals, schools, or government agencies. Health Educators often:
• Perform health training needs assessments
• Design and develop health education programs
• Publish health education materials, information papers, and great proposals
• Develop health education curriculum
• Teach health in public and private schools

Average Salary: $20,000-35,000

Educational Requirements:

Students should take college preparatory courses during high school

Health educators have, as a minimum, a bachelor’s degree in health education. Many have master’s degrees. To be certified or licensed to teach

health in public schools requires a master’s degree and successful completion of a written exam in many states.



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