CDC Public Health Associate Program (PHAP) A two year PAID training program for those with a BA that places individuals in public health department and situates them for a career in public health. Each PHAP associate is assigned to a state, tribal, local, or territorial public health agency and works alongside public health professionals. After completing the program, PHAP graduates will be qualified for future jobs with government public health agencies and will be uniquely prepared to pursue an advanced degree in public health. Deadline is a progressive set with the first application deadline Feb 3.
Global Health Corps One Year Fellowship with Opportunities to Continue. GHC currently places fellows in Burundi, Malawi, Rwanda, Uganda, the United States, and Zambia in one-year fellowships. Application process is progressive, and begins in November and ends in May. Please contact Steven Houang, our alumni who has gone through this process. See the Alumni Biographies for his contact information.
Pasteur Institute Science Research Experience Summer for post grad or upperclassman
TheUniversity of Michigan Future Public Health Leaders Program Research Experience in PH for recent grads and upperclassman
AmeriCorps Health Corps at the Institute for Family Health in Manhattan; Note that this program is national and thus there are other centers that will have positions through the AmeriCorps website. This is a full time commitment for 9-11 months with a $12, 570 stipend , education credits, and student loan deferment. Mid April is the deadline.
- The Postbaccalaureate Intramural Research Training Award (IRTA)IRTA is a biomedical program that enables eligible recent college graduates who are planning to apply to graduate or professional school to spend one or two years working with investigators at the NIH
- The NIH Academy a year-long biomedical research program (renewable for a second year) at the NIH for eligible recent college graduates who (1) are planning to apply to graduate or professional school and (2) wish to pursue an interest in domestic health disparities.
- The Technical IRTA Program: Technical IRTAs are college graduates who come to the NIH withthe express interest of developing their skills as research support personnel
NYC Urban Health Fellows: nine month fellowship working with government agencies on policy, open to students who received their BA between 2014-2016. $30K stipend and job placement, seminars, and training.
Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellowship ( Deadline Jan 10) The Emerson Hunger Fellows Program is a leadership development program that trains, inspires, and sustains a network of leaders committed to social justice. The Emerson program bridges community-based efforts with national public policy to develop Hunger Fellows as effective leaders in the movement to end hunger and poverty. Open to students with a BA and provides $36K stipend.
Conferences to learn about more opportunities
- Mount Sinai Global Health Center Annual Conference Usually held in March.
- The International Conference on Urban Health Usually held in March.
- The International Health Conference Usually held in May.