The ASPPH/CDC Public Health Fellowship program is now accepting applications for a February 1 start date. There are currently four positions available. Students who completed the CEESP program should take a look at the position with the Global Cancer program.
Please utilize COPH Career Services if you decide to apply.
View all of program information, position descriptions and application instructions here.
The National Network of Public Health Institutes, and several of the individual health institutes have a number of positions currently available, ranging from early career to senior level, in New Orleans, Kansas, Wisconsin, DC and Atlanta. These are great, applied research opportunities.
View them all online here.
Application period: April 8-10, 2015
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is pleased to announce their 2015 Summer Intern Program. This is a 12-week internship program for current students with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale. The purpose of the Summer Intern Program is to enhance students’ knowledge about CMS programs, mission, vision and goals. Additionally, the program seeks to familiarize participants about Federal, State, and local health care programs serving under-served and uninsured populations. Continue reading “CMS Summer Internship Program”
There are a number of new Fellowship opportunities at the CDC and other federal agencies, being administered via ORAU. Some of the fellowships are for current students for this summer, and others are for recent (within the past 5yrs) graduates.
Take a look at all of the current opportunities here. These would be a great way to get your foot in the door at a federal agency.
Deadline: until filled
A fellowship opportunity is currently available with the Surveillance and Special Studies Team (SSST) in the Surveillance and Data Management Branch (SDMB), Division of STD Prevention within the National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Continue reading “STD Surveillance Fellowship”