The University of Pittsburgh Career Center will be hosting a virtual alumni networking night on Wednesday, May 12 from 5:30-7pm open to all current students and recent grads. Companies represented include Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Pfizer, UNICEF, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and more!
Making decisions about your career can be an overwhelming process. Many of us engage in hasty decision making or get caught in a state of decision paralysis. On May 3 at 1pm, join the NIH Office of Intramural Training & Education to explore factors that influence our career decisions and discuss decision-making models that focus on process and prioritization. This is a one-hour webinar followed by optional group discussions.
Join program staff from the National Cancer Institute's Cancer Prevention Fellowship Program (CPFP) to learn more about this multidisciplinary postdoctoral program that trains future leaders in the field of cancer prevention and control.
The Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH) will be hosting a national public health career fair on Friday, April 30th. The event is open to graduate and undergraduate students and alumni seeking full-time jobs, internships, fellowships, and postdoctoral opportunities. Register today!
Considering nonacademic career options? This conference from Beyond the Professoriate will include topics such as exploring your career options and finding the best fit, translating academic skills & experience, mentorship, networking, negotiating, transitioning into a nonacademic job, and job searching during COVID-19. The conference is FREE for Pitt students and postdocs.
Have you thought to yourself in a panic over the past few weeks: “I graduate in less than a month - now what!?” Join career services professionals from graduate schools across the university to talk about strategies for getting engaged with your career search, building your brand and communicating it through storytelling, and developing a networking plan.
Experienced professionals, recent graduates and students with disabilities are invited to meet online with employers across the nation to discuss competitive career opportunities. Employers include the CDC, NIH, Scripps Research, Mathematica, and more. Access opportunities within a wide range of careers and industry sectors- public and private. Candidates are invited to interact with employers via chat sessions. March 23rd from 9am-6pm EST
On Thursday, March 18th, meet virtually with representatives from government agencies recruiting for full- and part-time employment and internship opportunities in western Pennsylvania. The fair is hosted by the University of Pittsburgh's Career Center in partnership with the Pittsburgh Government-to-University (G2U) Initiative and is sponsored by the Volcker Alliance.
This four-part series hosted by the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning (CIRTL) helps mid/later-stage graduate students and postdoctoral researchers to articulate and build on professional skills acquired outside of classroom-related skills. The first three sessions will emphasize strengths and skill development, and the fourth will be an opportunity for reflection and integration as part of a career plan.
Interested in working abroad or in a global context? This virtual, week-long event is filled with engaging career sessions featuring Pitt alumni working in internationally-focused careers, including many directly related to public health. Hosted by the University Center for International Studies (UCIS).