Meet Lizzy Belz, our SPHHS student guest blogger. In this post, Lizzy shares her reflections on last week’s event, How Do I Become A Public Health PR Professional?, featuring alumnus Steven Immergut, MPH ’95, Assistant Commissioner for Public Affairs at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
We interviewed alumna Sophia Raff Newcomer, MPH ’07 who works as a Biostatistician at Kaiser Permanente Colorado Institute for Health Research in Denver, Colorado. In her interview, Sophia shares her typical day on the job and discusses the importance of leaving graduate school with some tools in your “public health toolbox.” Read the interview here.
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Receiving a job offer is an event worthy of celebration, but your work is not finished with the offer itself. Salary negotiations are an important part of starting your job or career off in the best possible position. Cherelle Boyce, SPHHS HR Client Partner, offers her expert advice on conducting a salary negotiation.
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The U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM), Recruitment and Hiring Division is hosting a webcast on April 25, from 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm EDT. This informational session is intended for students, recent graduates and college career experts to discuss Federal career options and the Pathways Programs.
Looking for the inside scoop on applying to medical school? Diane McQuail, Assistant Dean of Admissions at The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, offers some advice to medical school applicants.
Recent graduate Celeste Brown offers advice on networking and finding a great job.
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