The PHAP is a competitive, two-year, paid training program with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Associates gain hands-on experience in public health agencies and nongovernmental organizations. Apply by Friday, 2/8.
Presented by the Center for Doctoral and Postdoctoral Career Development, these seminars invite doctoral students to take ownership of their career planning and professional development in the same way they are responsible for their scholarly development. Sessions are customized for first and second-year doctoral students (2/15 or 2/21) and advanced doctoral students (2/27).
On Friday, February 22, meet with alumni to practice your networking skills and learn first-hand about the diverse career paths available within the field of public health. Advanced registration required. RSVP on Pitt Bridges by February 15.
Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens seeks graduate students and other professionals in science-related fields to participate in this learning opportunity designed to help you develop tools for communicating scientific concepts to the public. Apply by Monday, March 18.
Log in to Pitt Bridges to view and RSVP for upcoming workshops and events from Pitt Public Health Career Services. Our spring schedule kicks off with an information session about the Pittsburgh Schweitzer Fellows Program, a one-year direct service, interdisciplinary fellowship that addresses the needs of citizens in southwest PA. Thurs, Jan 10, 11am-12pm, 1154 Public Health.
Students planning to apply for the ASPPH CDC Fellowship, NHTSA Public Health Fellowship, EPA Environmental Health Fellowship Program, Public Health Philanthropy Fellowship Program, or the Public Health Internship are encouraged to attend this webinar to learn more about the application process and hear from former ASPPH fellows and interns. Wed, Jan 9, 2-3pm.
Students from all disciplines are encouraged to take advantage of seminars, workshops, and events hosted by the Center for Doctoral and Postdoctoral Career Development. Become acquainted with DPCD by attending an upcoming Introduction to Professional Development Seminar, customized for 1st & 2nd year doctoral students (2/15 or 2/21) and advanced doctoral students (2/27).
Current students may consider applying for the ASPPH Public Health Internship Program focused on health education and data analysis (due 1/25). Recent graduates are eligible to apply for the ASPPH/CDC Public Health Fellowship Program (due 1/31). Details about specific opportunities within each program and eligibility requirements are available on the website.
This exciting event aims to empower international students in their job and internship search, as well as provide helpful career advice from speakers, alumni and employers. The conference will take place on Friday, February 1st from 9:30am-2pm. Early registration is strongly encouraged, as space is limited.
This yearlong, direct service, interdisciplinary program addresses the needs of citizens in southwest PA. Fellows experience the benefits and challenges of working with disadvantaged populations while interacting with future professionals from a variety of disciplines. Attend an on-campus information session to learn more. Apply by February 8, 2019.