LinkedIn is a great research tool. That’s right: it is not just for networking, but also for researching. One way to use LinkedIn as a research tool is to explore the career paths of SPHHS alumni. Sound difficult? It’s not. In fact, LinkedIn has a handy tool that makes it very simple. Keep reading to learn more about this tool Continue reading
Take a look at what’s happening in the coming weeks.
All GW students and alumni are invited to attend an information session presented by Health Solutions on Monday March 4th from 6-7pm in Marvin Center 413-414.
We interviewed alumna Christina L. Benjamin, MPH ’07 who works as the Special Liaison to the Office of Head Start, ZERO TO THREE in Washington, DC. In her interview, Christina discusses her path from ASPH Public Health Fellow at HRSA to her current role at ZERO TO THREE. Read the interview here.
Meet Julia Melamed, our first SPHHS student guest blogger. In this article Julia shares her reflections on last week’s Discover a Career at NIH event. Continue reading
Although the term “fellowship” can be used quite loosely, technically speaking, a fellowship is a short-term career opportunity with a focus on professional development, generally offered after the completion of a degree program. What does that mean for you? If you are looking for a full-time post-graduation career opportunity, a fellowship might be the perfect way to jump start your career. Continue reading
We interviewed alumna Michelle Glaser, MPH ’08 who is working as an Epidemiologist at the New York City Fire Department. In her interview, Michelle explains how she transitioned from SPHHS graduate to CSTE fellowship to the FDNY. Read the interview here.