Employment & Other Resources for Grads

Exciting Program Specialist position at AARP Seattle!
Take a look at this position posting – a public health degree from CWU may provide the perfect background for this opportunity.

Bilingual? Interested in food and nutrition?
Have two years work experience with WIC? Want to live in New Mexico? This job may be for you!

New Health Educator position at Gonzaga University:
Have a master’s degree? Check out this posting

New Grant County Health Dept positions!
Thanks to an alum, Heather, at Grant County for sharing. Check out this listing on the GCHD site.

New Prevention Programs Manager position – HOPE Heart Institute
Closes April 30! Just received, take a look at the position description.

Global Health Corps Fellowship program; may be of interest. For 2016-17 year, you must have your undergraduate degree in hand by June 26, 2016. Interesting for those looking for 2017-18, too! Lots of steps and planning to this program.

Job Search Tools:
Looking for that first, or next, job in a public or community health setting? Check out the resources here, and feel free to contact us with resources and opportunities you hear about that you think current students and new grads should be aware of!

This one’s name says it all: Visit PublicHealthJobs now to see current job listings around the country and around the world! It’s a free resource, where you can search for postings by keyword, location, and other variables.

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  1. Pingback: Take a look at our new Employment Resources page! | Public Health at CWU

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