[row][column][box type = “card” title=”Stay on top of Career Opportunities” id=”5391″ attachment_id=”4777″]And sign up for a weekly email blast with the latest in who is hiring.[/box][/column][/row]
[accordion] [item title=”Career Planning Handbook”]Download the SPH Career Planning Handbook or pick up a copy in the Office of Academic Assistance and Career Services.[/item][item title=”Calendar of Career Events”]Get involved! Take a look at our current School of Public Health 2015 Spring Career Calendar for opportunities to develop your professional skills and network.[/item] [item title=”Resumes & Cover Letters”]There is an abundance of information, tips, templates, and examples to guide you in drafting a successful resume and cover letter. The key is to always have an updated resume available that can be tailored to specific opportunities as they arise. Ask friends and colleagues to review your resume to correct errors and ensure your descriptions are understood.
[item title=”Networking & LinkedIn”]Follow the 80/20 rule in your job search efforts – spend 80% of your time developing your professional network and 20% of your time applying to jobs. The best way to expand network and nurture professional relationships is through informational interviews.
Join the Public Health Student & Alumni LinkedIn Page
Create your LinkedIn profile and join the private LinkedIn group for GSU public health students and alumni. Begin networking with other GSU-trained public health professionals and expand your opportunities, as well as your efforts to help others make connections.
Request to join our LinkedIn Group. Your profile should indicate that you are a graduate or current student of public health at GSU – or include a message that explains your connection to the school of public health.
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- American Public Health Association, Career Mart
- American Public Health Association, Public Health Links
- American Public Health Association, Public Health Fellowships
- CDC Professional Development Opportunities
- Indeed.One Search. All Jobs
- Public Health Employment Connection
- Public Health Jobs Worldwide
- United States Department of Health and Human Services: HHS Careers
- Public Health Resources on the Internet, UC Berkeley
- USAJOBS. gov
- NIH Jobs
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- APHA Public Health Fellowship in Government
- Association for Prevention Teaching and Research
- Association of Public Health Laboratories
- Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH)
- CDC Public Health Fellowships
- CPRIT-UT Health-Fellowship in Innovation for Cancer Prevention Research (ICPR)
- Emory Health Care Administrative Fellowship
- FDA Tobacco Regulatory Science Fellowship
- Health Communications Internship Program
- Institute of Medicine Health Policy Educational Programs and Fellowships
- Kaiser Database of Fellowships and Internships in Health Policy and Related Fields
- Maternal and Child Health Bureau – Graduate Student Internship Program (GSIP)
- MD Anderson Cancer Prevention Research Training Program
- NCHS/Academy Health Policy Fellowship
- NIH Research Training & Research Career Development
- Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE)
- Occupational Health Internship Program
- The Occupational Health Summer Internship Program (OHIP)
- Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) Internships
- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Health Policy Fellows Program
- Rutgers′ Environmental and Public Health Summer Career-Prep Classroom/Internship Program
- U.S. Department of Labor’s Internship Program
[item title=”Professional Development Resources”]
- SAS Customer Resources
- OpenCourseWare at the John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
- The Pfizer Guide to Careers in Public Health
[item title=”GSU University Career Services”]Georgia State University Career Services is a full service center for all GSU students. Drop-in resume review, mock interviewing, workshops, and self-assessments are just a few of the services provided by professionals in the center. Learn more by visiting their website or visiting on campus.
260 University Center
Monday – Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 5:15 p.m.
Walk-in Résumé Reviews:
(No appointment necessary)
Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Main Reception Line: 404-413-1820
Main Fax Line: 404-413-1825
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