Career Development

The School of Public Health (SPH) Internships and Career Services Office is steadfast in its commitment to guide and prepare students for their career in public health by offering programs and resources designed to assist our future graduates with their career development.

Our MPH Internship Program remains a national model for practice and research based public health education and offers a variety of placements for students in each concentration and degree. It is the cornerstone of our MPH program, providing our students with the opportunity to work alongside seasoned public health professionals in order to gain practical experience and develop skills while exploring their career interests in a supervised setting. It also creates a platform for students to apply their rigorous academic coursework to meaningful, challenging projects that tackle public issues on local, regional, national and global levels, putting them on the road to obtaining valuable career skills and building their professional networks.

In addition, we provide a wide array of programs and activities geared towards assisting and supporting students in the career development phase of their professional journey. As a result, 93% of our graduates seeking employment are working in public health jobs after graduation.

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