CDC/ATSDR Public Health Internships & Fellowships

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Pathways for Students and Recent Graduates to Federal Careers

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The Pathways Program offers federal internship and employment opportunities for current students, recent graduates and those with an advanced degree.

CDC Internships

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The Internships Program is for current students enrolled in a wide variety of educational institutions from high school to graduate level, with paid opportunities to work in agencies and explore Federal careers while still in school.

CDC Recent Graduates Program

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The Recent Graduates Program is for individuals who have recently graduated from qualifying educational institutions or programs and seek a dynamic, career development program with training and mentorship. To be eligible, applicants must apply within two years of degree or certificate completion (except for veterans precluded from doing so due to their military service obligation, who will have up to six years to apply).

High School Seniors Internships & Summer Jobs Biomedical Internships International Study Abroad
Hispanics, Latinos Nationally Coveted Teachers College & Graduate School
Minorities Engineers & Computer Sci. Medical School Ethnic Groups & Studies
Minority Health High School Students Public Health Library Studies & History
Women Biology & Environmental Sci. Cancer Research Media Communications
African Americans Physical Sciences & Math Nurses Free Scholarships
Native Americans Social Sciences Arts & Humanities Updates

Public Health Associate Program (PHAP)

The Public Health Associate Program (PHAP) is a competitive, two-year, paid training program with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. PHAP associates are assigned to public health agencies and nongovernmental organizations in the United States and US territories, and work alongside other professionals across a variety of public health settings. College graduation within the past 2 years. US military veterans who are unable to apply within 2 years due to military service obligation have up to 6 years after graduation to apply. Currently enrolled students must graduate by July 1 of the application year to be eligible

Biochemical Markers Fellowship Opportunity at CDC

Jan 10

Current undergraduate and graduate students majoring in Chemistry or Biochemistry. Participants will join laboratory-based teams to develop and apply analytical methods to characterize and quantify biochemical markers, including those in biologic specimens (such as serum or urine), that are relevant to disease and harmful exposures. Must be a U.S. Citizen.

 

CDC Undergraduate Public Health Scholars (CUPS) Program

Jan 31

CDC's Office of Minority Health and Health Equity (OMHHE) supports internship opportunities for eligible undergraduate and graduate students to gain meaningful experiences in public health settings. The CUPS program prepares a diverse body of students to consider public health as a career to ensure a future where the American public benefits from a more diverse and better trained public health workforce.

 

Columbia University Summer Public Health Scholars

Jan 31

The program is designed for undergraduates in their Sophomore or Junior year and recent baccalaureate degree students who are undecided about their career goals and who have a minimum GPA of 2.7. This is a rigorous program which includes Public Health course work at Columbia University; hands-on field experience and immersion in a diverse, economically disadvantaged urban environment; seminars and lectures with public health leaders; and mentoring by faculty members, ensuring students' exposure to the breadth and importance of public health as a career option.

 

Future Public Health Leaders Program (University of Michigan School of Public Health)

Jan 31

The Future Public Health Leaders Program (FPHLP) is a 10-week residential program at the University of Michigan School of Public Health (UM-SPH) designed to encourage underrepresented college students to consider careers in public health. The program is intended for college students in their Sophomore, Junior or Senior year who are undecided about their career goals and are in good academic standing in their area of study. The program includes public health and career mentorship, hands-on and practical field experience, seminars, lectures and workshops with public health leaders.

 

CDC Public Health Leader Fellowship Program (Morehouse College – Public Health Institute)

Jan 31

A rigorous 10-week summer program designed to prepare underrepresented, culturally sensitive, undergraduate students for leadership roles in the field of public health. A principal aim of the program is reducing health disparities.

 

Project IMHOTEP Summer Research (Morehouse College – Public Health Institute) Internships

Jan 31

Project IMHOTEP is an eleven-week internship designed to increase the knowledge and skills of rising juniors and seniors and recent graduates of an undergraduate institution in biostatistics, epidemiology, and occupational safety and health. Applicants must be current juniors, seniors, or recent graduates (within one year) of an undergraduate institution.

 

Maternal Child Health Careers/Research Initiatives for Student Enhancement – Undergraduate Program (MCHC/RISE-UP)

Jan 31

The Maternal and Child Health Careers/Research Initiatives for Student Enhancement (MCHC/RISE-UP) Program provides opportunities for enhanced public health and related training to eliminate health disparities and promote health equity. This program's ultimate goal is to promote a more diversified and equal health system by introducing highly qualified undergraduate students (juniors and, seniors with a GPA 2.5 or better on a 4.0 scale; and students who received their baccalaureate degree within 12 months of MCHC/RISE-UP program orientation) from underrepresented groups to the field of public health. All students interested in addressing health disparities are encouraged to apply.

 

UCLA Public Health Scholars Training Program

Jan 31

The UCLA Public Health Scholars Training Program provides undergraduate students the opportunity to explore the field of public health through hands-on training, structured workshops, group excursions, and leadership and professional development. Located in Los Angeles, the program offers scholars the opportunity to train at UCLA, to explore public health in one of the most diverse counties in the US, and to experience the city's vibrant culture.

 

Dr. James A. Ferguson Emerging Infectious Diseases Research Initiatives for Student Enhancement (RISE) Fellowship Program

Jan 31

A nine week summer program providing educational and professional development opportunities for students from underrepresented populations and those interested in addressing health disparities related to infectious diseases. Students must be currently enrolled as a full-time student in a medical, dental, pharmacy, veterinary, or public health graduate program.

Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) National Internship Program

Nov 15

The HACU National Internship Program is open to all students, regardless of race, ethnicity, disability, color, creed, religion, sex, gender, age, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, or veteran status. As long as you meet the listed requirements and are eager for a challenge, we welcome you to apply

ASPHN Health Equity Internship

Oct 30

ASPHN offers internships for the fall and spring. Applicants must be currently enrolled in an institution of higher education at the undergraduate or masters level and be in good academic standing at their institution. Students attending minority-serving institutions are encouraged to apply. International students may participate in the internship program if they submit a student visa with the application materials.

Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF)/CDC Student Ambassador Program

The TMCF Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Internship Program is designed to not only increase interest in public health as a career, but also to increase interest in the CDC among students who do not have a science background and thus, may not have ever considered the CDC as a great place to work. Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate, or Professional Student

Federal Work-Study Program

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The CDC Federal Work-Study (FWS) Program offers students work experience in various occupations during the academic year and/or summer months. FWS at CDC exposes students to a wide arrange of opportunities, including public health careers. Students may also be allowed to earn academic credit for their work assignments (at the school's discretion). To be eligible for the work study program, students must be enrolled in an accredited college and must have received the federally-sponsored college work-study award through their academic institution.

National Environmental Public Health Leader Fellowship Program

Jan 15

Students who apply must be from National Environmental Health Science and Protection Accreditation Council (EHAC) accredited environmental health academic programs. Selected students will receive a base stipend of $6,000 ($600 per week) for undergraduate and $8000 ($800 per week) for graduate students to complete a 10-week internship.

 

Collegiate Leaders in Environmental Health

This is a paid 9-week summer environmental internship for current undergraduate students (rising junior or senior) who are passionate about the environment, interested in human health, and curious about how they are linked.

 

Summer Program in Environmental Health (SUPEH)

This is a paid 9-week internship for current students majoring in environmental health in a program accredited by the National Environmental Health Science and Protection Accreditation Council (EHAC)External. Interns participate in activities with the Environmental Health Services (EHS) of CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH).

 

CDC Summer Graduate Environmental Health (GEH) Internship

This is a paid 9-week summer internship available for current graduate students with majors or interests deemed to be in support of Environmental Health missions at the National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH) and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Diseases Registry (ATSDR).

Student Worksite Experience Program

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If you are a student interested in finding a volunteer opportunity, you may be eligible for a voluntary position through the Student Work Experience Program (SWEP) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The Student Worksite Experience Program (SWEP) offers volunteer opportunities at CDC for current high school, undergraduate, and graduate students.

Junior Commissioned Officer Student Training and Extern Program (JRCOSTEP)

Aug 3

JRCOSTEP training and extern positions are available to students who have completed at least 1 year of study in a master's or doctoral program or at least 2 years of study in a professionally accredited baccalaureate program in specific health disciplines and meet other program requirements.

Senior Commissioned Officer Student Training and Extern Program (SRCOSTEP)

Aug 3

SRCOSTEP training and extern positions are available to individuals who are enrolled as full-time students in certain health professions programs with at least 8 months of educational commitment remaining in the final year.

AACN/CDC Public Health Fellowship Program

Eligible applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Fellows need to be graduates of an accredited nursing program in order to be eligible for fellowships, and must meet the specific educational qualifications stipulated for each individual fellowship. Program accreditation can be granted by CCNE, ACEN, or both. Fellowship positions are full-time opportunities for the duration of 12 months. Fellowships may be extended for an additional year, pending available funding and mutual agreement by the fellow and AACN. Most fellowship positions will be located at the CDC headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. Selected fellows are required to relocate to the fellowship location.

CDC's Public Health Law Program (PHLP) - Public Health Law Internships and Externships

Jan 31

These internships and externships create formalized entry-level experience for rising and current third-year law students interested in exploring careers in public health law. This opportunity might be particularly appealing to law students who have conducted public health or other scientific research and/or worked with datasets and coding processes. These internships/externships are unpaid. Internships are not tied to academic credit. Externship and practicum opportunities are available for students seeking academic credit as authorized by law schools or schools of public health.

CDC's Public Health Law Program (PHLP) - Tribal Public Health Law Internships and Externships

Jan 31

PHLP offers unpaid internships and externships in tribal public health law for current and rising third-year law students. PHLP maintains a core project track on tribal public health law, developing resources on both tribal and Indian law to support the use of law as a public health tool for tribes and American Indian and Alaska Native communities. These internships/externships are unpaid. Internships are not tied to academic credit. Externship and practicum opportunities are available for students seeking academic credit as authorized by law schools or schools of public health.

 

CDC's Public Health Law Program (PHLP) - Administrative and Communication Internships and Externships

Jan 31

PHLP is offering the Administrative and Communication Internship/Externship for students enrolled in masters-level programs earning degrees in public health, public policy, public administration, communication, business, or similar disciplines. This internship/externship is an unpaid academic learning experience that offers an in-depth understanding of government agency operations and the role of law and policy in advancing public health.

APHL-CDC Bioinformatics Fellowship

Feb 29

The APHL-CDC Bioinformatics Fellowship aims to train and prepare bioinformaticians to apply their expertise within public health and design tools to aid existing public health personnel in the use of bioinformatics. The Bioinformatics Fellowships provide post-master's and post-doctoral level professionals the opportunity to apply their skills to a range of important and emerging public health problems, while gaining experience in their fields. Whether your specialty is metagenomics, algorithm/software development, microbial genomics or another research area, we have a place for you

APHL-CDC Antimicrobial Resistance Fellowship

Feb 28

The APHL-CDC Antimicrobial Resistance (AR) Fellowship Program provides scientists with the opportunity to collaborate on a range of antimicrobial resistance issues. The fellowship's mission is to introduce scientists to public health laboratory science while building the workforce needed to detect and respond to existing and emerging forms of AR. The AR Fellowship is a full-time working fellowship program for master's- and doctoral-degree level scientists. Fellows will be placed in one of seven public health laboratories for a 12-month term.

APHL-CDC Newborn Screening Bioinformatics Fellowship

APHL, in collaboration with the CDC​ Newborn Screening and Molecular Biology Branch​, is offering exciting fellowship opportunities for graduates of bioinformatics programs. This fellowship aims to train and prepare bioinformaticians to apply their expertise within public health and design tools to aid existing public health personnel in the use of bioinformatics. Its mission is to provide a high quality training experience for fellows while providing workforce capacity to the public health laboratory community. The program is a full-time working fellowship for post-masters or post-doctoral level professionals.

APHL-CDC Environmental Public Health Lab Fellowship

The Environmental Health Laboratory Fellowship Program, sponsored by APHL and CDC, trains and prepares scientists for careers in public health laboratories and supports public health initiatives related to human chemical exposures through targeted biomonitoring or environmental health surveillance. The fellowship's mission is to provide a high quality training experience for the fellow while providing workforce capacity to the public health laboratory community. The program is a one-year full-time working fellowship for bachelor's- or master's-degree level scientists, with the option for a second year providing available funding

APHL-CDC Infectious Diseases Laboratory Fellowship

The Infectious Diseases Laboratory Fellowship Program, sponsored by APHL and CDC, trains and prepares scientists for careers in public health laboratories and supports public health initiatives related to infectious disease research. The fellowship's mission is to provide a high quality training experience for the fellow while providing workforce capacity to the public health laboratory community. The program is a one-year full-time working fellowship for master's-degree level scientists. Fellows are placed in local and state public health laboratories throughout the US to receive training in bench-level laboratory skills and methods, and assist with high-priority infectious disease testing, surveillance, and control measures.

ASA/NCHS Research Fellowship Program

May 17

The ASA/NCHS Research Fellowship Program bridges the gap between academic scholars and government health research programs. Fellows work to solve methodological problems and study analytical issues. Applicants should have a recognized research record and considerable expertise in their area of proposed research. Applicants must be US citizens or have valid visas.

ASPPH/CDC Public Health Fellowship Program

The Program's purpose is to enable early career professionals with graduate degrees in public health (Masters and Doctoral level) an opportunity to round out their academic training and gain practical public health experience. Fellows will benefit from: exposure to state-of-the-art technology and databases; acquisition of skills and knowledge to enhance their careers; and interaction with technical experts in their chosen fields. The fellowship program is sponsored cooperatively by ASPPH and CDC, to provide leadership training in public health, prevention practice, and policy.

CDC Dental Public Health Residency

The aim of the CDC Dental Public Health Residency Program is to produce skilled specialists in dental public health who can work collaboratively with their public health and dental colleagues in an array of health settings to achieve improved oral health for populations. Applicants must have completed the following: A dental degree (DDS or DMD) from a U.S. dental school accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation or a Canadian school accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation of Canada and a Master of Public Health (MPH) or comparable degree from an institution accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

CDC Evaluation Fellowship

Nov 27

Fellows are PhD or master's degree professionals with backgrounds in evaluation, behavioral and social sciences, public health, and other disciplines relevant to CDC's work. They are early-career professionals, having received their qualifying degrees no more than five years ago. Successful applicants bring varied experiences, having worked on several applied program evaluation projects in non-profit, governmental, and/or academic settings. Non-U.S. citizens are eligible to apply.

 

CDC HIV Prevention in Communities of Color Postdoctoral Fellowship Program

Oct 30

The mission of this fellowship program is to recruit, mentor, and train participants to conduct domestic HIV and AIDS prevention research in communities of color. Ph.D. is required.

 

CDC Hubert Global Health Fellowship

The Epidemiology Elective Program (EEP) introduces medical and veterinary students to applied epidemiology, public health, and global health through hands-on experience and mentorship by CDC subject matter experts. This program offers 6- or 8-week rotations largely based at CDC in Atlanta, Georgia. Global health opportunities previously offered through the Hubert Global Health Fellowship are paused at this time, and will continue in the future in a different format. Similar experiences are available through the Epidemiology Elective Program (EEP). Most EEP projects are based at CDC in Atlanta, GA.

 

CDC Museum Disease Detective Camp

Admission is open to high-school students during the summer before their junior or senior years. Over the course of five days, campers are immersed in the diverse field of public health.

CDC Pharmacy Student Experiential Program

Jan 1

The CDC Pharmacy Student Experiential Program provides an opportunity to learn about the CDC multidisciplinary processes for addressing a wide variety of public health issues, such as disease prevention and control, designed to improve the health of the people of the United States. At this time, we are only able to accept students who are entering their PY4, Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE).

 

CDC Steven M. Teutsch Prevention Effectiveness Fellowship

Jan 17

The CDC Steven M. Teutsch Prevention Effectiveness (PE) Fellowship, a post-doctoral research fellowship, addresses public health demand for quantitative policy analysis, health economics-based inquiry, and integrative health services research. You must hold a PhD/ScD in decision science with all requirements completed before the start of the PE Fellowship.

CDC-Tuskegee University Public Health

Undergraduate and graduate students enrolled at Tuskegee University. Eligible students are selected by the Tuskegee Center for Bioethics. Interns work with mentors from across the agency to develop projects applying public health ethics principles.

CDC/CSTE Applied Epidemiology Fellowship Program

Jan 17

The CSTE Applied Epidemiology Fellowship is designed for recent master's or doctoral level graduates in epidemiology or a related field who are interested in public health practice at the state or local level. The goal of the Fellowship is to provide a high quality training experience and to secure long-term career placement for Fellows at the state or local level. Participating fellows will receive two years of on-the-job training at a state or local health agency under the guidance of an experienced mentor.

Division of Laboratory Sciences (DLS) ORISE Fellowships

Open

The Research Participation Program for CDC, National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH) and the Division of Laboratory Sciences (DLS) provides opportunities for members of the academic community (i.e., postgraduates, students, and faculty) to participate in DLS programs, projects, and activities. Postgraduate participants must have received a college degree within five years of the date of appointment; student participants must be enrolled in an accredited U.S. college or university; and Faculty participants must be a full-time faculty member at an accredited U.S. college or university.

 

Emory Rollins Earn and Learn Program (REAL)

Rollins Earn and Learn (REAL) is a signature program funded by Rollins that offers full-time MPH/MSPH students valuable opportunities to earn while they learn through applied public health experiences in real-world settings. Beyond the direct work experience, it is an opportunity for students to be mentored by public health professionals.

Environmental Health Traineeship and Fellowship Program

The Environmental Health Laboratory Fellowship Program, sponsored by APHL and CDC, trains and prepares scientists for careers in public health laboratories and supports public health initiatives related to human chemical exposures through targeted biomonitoring or environmental health surveillance. The fellowship's mission is to provide a high quality training experience for the fellow while providing workforce capacity to the public health laboratory community. Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents. Applicants must hold (or expect to complete by the program start date) a recent bachelor's or master's-level degree (for example, MS, MPH, or MSPH) in biology, microbiology, virology, chemistry, public health or a related discipline.

Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS)

EIS officers serve on the front lines of public health, protecting Americans and the global community, while training under the guidance of seasoned mentors. When disease outbreaks or other public health threats emerge, EIS officers investigate, identify the cause, rapidly implement control measures, and collect evidence to recommend preventive actions. Physicians (e.g., MD, DO, MBBS), Veterinarians (e.g., DVM, VMD), Nurses (e.g., BSN, MSN), Allied healthcare professions (e.g., DDS, DMD, PA, PharmD), Doctoral-level scientists (e.g., PhD, DrPH, ScD), Non-U.S. Citizens and Non-U.S. Permanent Residents

Epidemiology Elective Program (EEP) (for Senior Medical and Veterinary Students)

The Epidemiology Elective Program (EEP) introduces medical and veterinary students to applied epidemiology, public health, and global health through hands-on experience and mentorship by CDC subject matter experts. This program offers 6- or 8-week rotations largely based at CDC in Atlanta, Georgia. Global health opportunities previously offered through the Hubert Global Health Fellowship are paused at this time, and will continue in the future in a different format. Similar experiences are available through the Epidemiology Elective Program (EEP). Most EEP projects are based at CDC in Atlanta, GA.

Field Epidemiology Training Program (FETP)

Our efforts to more rapidly and effectively respond to health threats currently reach over 60 countries. We train field epidemiologists around the world, giving them the necessary skills to collect, analyze and interpret data and contribute to evidence-based decisions.

Laboratory Animal Medicine Residency Program (LAMRP)

The CDC Laboratory Animal Medicine Residency Program is designed to provide comprehensive training in laboratory animal medicine to residents through a combination of academic training, assigned mentorship, and hands-on research experience. The first two years of the program consist of clinical training within the veterinary services program of CDC's Comparative Medicine Branch, followed by a two-year service obligation to CDC. At the conclusion of this program, residents will be trained in high containment laboratory animal medicine and be better prepared for certification by the American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine (ACLAM).

Medical Toxicology Fellowship Program

This two-year program offers fellows affiliations with Emory University Medical School, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and more. Fellows also work with world-class Medical Toxicology experts at the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), five Atlanta-area hospitals, and the Georgia Poison Center - one of the busiest poison call centers in the country.

Morehouse School of Medicine/MPH Applied Practice Experience

The APE is comprised of two components- (1) Fieldwork: 120-hour blocks at multiple sites or 360 hours at a single site. (2) Community service: 120 hours of engagement with MSM MPH Community-Academic Partners

 

National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) Academy Health Policy Fellowship

Jan 1

The program is geared toward senior researchers with at least 5 years of post-doctorate research experience. Applicants must have a doctoral degree and a demonstrated record of research independence and accomplishments in health services research in disciplines such as public health, public administration, health care administration, sociology, health economics, health statistics, anthropology, and behavioral sciences, or clinical care, including medicine, nursing, dentistry, and pharmacology.

 

National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) Postdoctoral Research Program

Awardees must hold a Ph.D. or other earned research degree recognized in the United States as equivalent to the Ph.D., or they must present acceptable evidence of having completed all the formal academic requirements for the degree before appointment. Applicants must have demonstrated ability for creative research.

ORISE Research Fellowship

Open

The ORISE Research Participation Programs at the CDC are educational and training programs designed to provide college students, recent graduates, and university faculty opportunities to participate in project-specific CDC research, current public health research, and developmental activities. Because of the educational nature of these programs, participants must fall into one of the following categories: Be currently enrolled in an accredited college or have received such a degree within five years of the start date of the appointment; or currently serve as a full-time faculty member at an accredited college or university.

Population Health Training in Place Program (PH-TIPP)

PH-TIPP is a professional development opportunity for full-time employees working in public, private, and academic organizations. Learners hone their skills in the CDC Preventive Medicine Residency and Fellowship Project Areas of program evaluation; policy analysis and development; project management; grant proposal evaluation and development; and population health improvement. Applicants to PH-TIPP must be willing to commit to a 12-month training program. To apply for PH-TIPP you must be a physician, veterinarian, or nurse with a Master of Public Health (MPH) or a doctoral-level scientist (PhD or equivalent) with coursework equivalent to a MPH.

Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program

The PMF Program is a flagship leadership development program at the entry level for advanced degree candidates. It provides a fast-paced opportunity to gain experience, develop your talents, and flourish into a problem solver, strategic thinker and future leader. PMF is a flagship leadership development program at the entry-level for graduates from various academic disciplines who are committed to excellence in federal service, leadership, and management.

Preventive Medicine Residency and Fellowship (PMR/F)

PMR/F has developed public health leaders skilled in program evaluation, management, policy, and population health improvement. The PMR/F experiences strengthen participants' abilities to bridge medicine and public health, preparing graduates for leadership roles at the domestic and global levels. It has 12- and 24-month tracks for physicians depending on whether a learner needs a MPH or two years of training to fulfill board exam requirements.

Public Health Emergency Management Fellowship (PHEM)

CDC’s Public Health Emergency Management (PHEM) Fellowship is conducted twice year at CDC in Atlanta, Georgia. The fellowship builds PHEM capacity among members of the international public health community through standardized training, mentorship, and technical assistance. It targets mid-career professionals who work in public health preparedness and response in countries who have signed on to International Health RegulationsExternal.

Public Health Informatics Fellowship Program

The Public Health Informatics Fellowship Program (PHIFP) provides on-the-job training for professionals to apply expertise in information science, computer science, and information technology to address current and future informatics needs. While working in CDC programs to enhance our agency’s informatics workforce, fellows help state and local health departments and international public health agencies solve complex public health informatics challenges. To be eligible for PHIFP, you must have a doctoral (PhD, MD, PharmD) or masters level degree from an accredited academic institution in public health, medicine, health care, health services research; or computer science, information science, information systems; or statistics;or epidemiology; or public health informatics or related discipline

Public Health Institute (PHI)/CDC Global Public Health Fellowship Program

Dec 16

The PHI/CDC Global Health Fellowship Program is a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention-funded program that offers recent global public health graduates from Council on Education in Public Health accredited schools and programs the opportunity to participate in yearlong fellowships with guidance from leading global health experts from the CDC. The minimum eligibility requirements to apply for the program are 1) MPH or PhD in Public Health from a CEPH-accredited school or program (qualifying degree received prior to June before the beginning of the fellowship or within the last five years), and 2) U.S. citizenship or U.S. permanent resident status, and authorized to work in the U.S.

Satcher Health Leadership Institute Health Policy Fellowship Program

The Health Policy Leadership Fellowship Program, established in 2009, is a 10-month multidisciplinary training program designed to provide physicians and postdoctoral professionals with the specific knowledge, skills, and experiences to prepare them for leadership roles promoting and implementing policies and practices to reduce disparities and advance health equity. Applicants to the fellowship program must have received a doctoral degree or medical degree with completed residency training prior to the start of the fellowship program.

 

SOPHE/CDC Student Fellowship in Injury Prevention

Sep 15

The fellowship recognizes, assists and trains students working on research or practice-based projects in unintentional injury prevention from the perspective of health education or the behavioral sciences. Applicants must be a full time student (9 credit hours or more) in a masters or doctoral degree program in health education, health promotion, behavioral sciences or a related field.

ASM/CDC Program in Infectious Disease and Public Health Microbiology

High School Seniors Internships & Summer Jobs Biomedical Internships International Study Abroad
Hispanics, Latinos Nationally Coveted Teachers College & Graduate School
Minorities Engineers & Computer Sci. Medical School Ethnic Groups & Studies
Minority Health High School Students Public Health Library Studies & History
Women Biology & Environmental Sci. Cancer Research Media Communications
African Americans Physical Sciences & Math Nurses Free Scholarships
Native Americans Social Sciences Arts & Humanities Updates

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