As a Pitt Public Health alum, you have access to all that career services has to offer:
Alumni & Student Network on Linkedin
The Pitt Public Health Alumni & Student Network on LinkedIn is the official online meeting place for students and alumni of the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health. Connect with fellow alumni and students to post and learn about job opportunities and to share career-related information and news.
All alumni are eligible for free personal advising, currently offered on the phone or via Zoom. Make an appointment with Kim Abraham, Career Services Specialist, by logging into Handshake (see directions below).
HAndshake Online Job Board
Handshake is an online job board and career management system that provides access to job, internship, fellowship, and postdoctoral opportunities from local, national, and international employers. Handshake replaced Pitt Bridges beginning on July 1, 2020.
Alumni who graduated in 2017 or later already have an account in Handshake. Log in at pitt.joinhandshake.com using your Pitt username and password. You do not need to create a new account.
Alumni who graduated in 2016 or earlier can contact Career Services to sign up for an account.
Job Search Tool Kit
Tips, tools, and templates to help you find your next job.
Hiring a Student or Graduate
Pitt Public Health actively encourages students to participate in internships that provide valuable opportunities to confront real-time public health situations, discover the array of career niches that are available to public health professionals, and hone in on specializations that are the right fit for them.
Alumni hire many of our students to fill their employment needs. If you are an alum who is interested in hiring a Pitt Public Health student or graduate, please contact Kim Abraham directly for guidance on how to post your position.
The Pitt Public Health Mentor Network on Pitt Commons is a group of graduate students, alumni, postdocs, and colleagues affiliated with the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health. Mentoring relationships established through this network are meant to provide valuable support and guidance to mentees as they navigate their careers, explore new career paths, and/or consider further education and training. The network also provides a platform for Pitt Public Health alumni to safely connect with each other and with other professionals in public health and related fields from across the country and around the world.
Workshops are offered on campus throughout the year. All workshops are open and free-of-charge to alumni. Our fall calendar will be available in August.