The Alumni-Student Networking Breakfast is an opportunity for current masters and doctoral students to connect with Pitt Public Health alumni working within the field of public health.
This seminar, led by Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Career Development, Dr. Darlene F. Zellers, is designed to be a call to action for doctoral students to take ownership of their career planning and professional development. It is customized for students in the later stages of their graduate program. This program will provide an overview of career planning strategies modified for a shortened and more urgent timeline.
The APHL-CDC Bioinformatics Fellowship is a one-year full-time working fellowship for master's- and doctoral- level bioinformaticians to train and prepare them to apply their expertise within public health and design tools to aid existing public health personnel in the use of bioinformatics.
The Never a Spectator campus event is a unique opportunity for Pitt students to network with some of the region’s most prominent leaders, including leaders from government and politics, foundation executives, and nonprofit and business leaders. Students join these visionaries for an evening and dinner reception devoted to sharing a vision for public service, inspiring action, and developing the pipeline of leadership needed to foster sustainable growth and regional transformation as Pittsburgh continues to evolve as one of America’s premier cities.
We are very excited to host many regional leaders; therefore, we are looking for robust participation. It is requested that you do not register for the program unless you are committed to attending, as space is limited.
This workshop will cover all phases of the interview process: before, during, and after. RSVP on Pitt Bridges.
Learn more about the opportunities the National Health Corps Pittsburgh offers recent graduates to explore agencies throughout Pittsburgh that aim to decrease disparities in healthcare delivery.
Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens seeks graduate students and other professionals in all fields of science and engineering to participate in a program designed to help scientists communicate their research effectively with the public.
Registration for the Science Communication Fellowship is $25. Please complete the questions that follow to submit your application. Applications must be completed by Mon., March 18.
This one-day online career fair will offer PhD & Master’s students, postdocs, and alumni the opportunity to connect with employers recruiting nationally across a range of career fields, including STEM and the Social Sciences. Stay tuned for more details.
Gain the skills and confidence to successfully negotiate your salary. We will discuss how to determine a target salary and respond to offers. RSVP on Pitt Bridges.
This seminar, led by Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Career Development, Dr. Darlene F. Zellers, is designed to be a call to action for doctoral students to take ownership of their career planning and professional development and highlight the importance of early career planning and professional development to all career options.
The Environmental Health Fellowship Program provides professional training and opportunities for early career public health professionals by enabling them to work in EPA on current and emerging environmental public health needs.
The ASPPH/NHTSA Public Health Fellowship is a unique training opportunity to work with national experts in injury prevention and motor vehicle and highway safety issues to examine the causes and etiology of motor vehicle crashes and injuries
Open to all Pitt students. Hosted by the University of Pittsburgh Career Center. Learn more about the fair and register on Handshake.
The NCI Communications Fellowship (NCF) gives highly-qualified graduate students and recent graduate degree recipients the opportunity to participate in vital communications projects across the National Cancer Institute (NCI). NCF participants are offered one-year fellowships in various communications and science-focused offices at NCI. The NCF highly encourages individuals from underrepresented populations to apply.
Prepare for the Networking Breakfast by learning how to market yourself to potential employers and build meaningful relationships with alumni. Topics include conversation starters, developing a one-minute commercial, and how to follow up. RSVP on Pitt Bridges.
To get moving in the right direction, schedule an appointment online. Joan Anson, director of career services, can also be reached by phone at 412-624-3806.
For more workshops, visit Professional Development.
Consider taking the Student Certification in Teaching Fundamentals.