Career and Professional Development Opportunities, Week of 8/5/2013

Take a look at what’s happening in the next few weeks. Find the latest job and internship openings on the SPHHS Jobs Database.

Career Development Opportunities

GW Alumni Association LinkedIn Group Virtual Networking Hour, August 15, 12-1pm EDT, Register.

Epidemic Intelligence Service, applications due September 1, 2013.

GW Career Fair, September 12, 1-5pm, Charles E. Smith Center.

National Hispanic Health Foundation Scholarship Program, applications due September 30 and October 28.

Professional Development Opportunities

Film Screening: The Invisible War, August 5, 6-9pm EDT, Media and Public Affairs Building (805 21st St, NW) Room B07. Admission is free, all are welcome to attend. RSVPs to hcburton@gwu.edu are appreciated but not required.

Preparedness and Emergency Response Learning Center Webinar: “Focused Continuity of Operations Planning: A Management Approach,” August 13, 2-3pm EDT.

2nd Annual New Heights Summit, DC Department of Human Services (DHS), DC Public Schools (DCPS), and the Student Support Center (SSC) invite you to a Summit highlighting the New Heights program and their collaborative efforts to support expectant and parenting students. August 16, 8:30am-2:00pm. Register.

Obesity Prevention at the State and Local Levels: Lessons Learned and New Opportunities, August 21, Noon-1:30pm EDT, Sheldon Hall W1214, Wolfe Street Building. Live webcast available here.

National Minority AIDS Council Leadership Workshop: “Building Leadership for Organizational Change and Sustainability,” August 21-22, Washington, DC.

Call for Abstracts, Fourth International Conference on Families with Parental Mental Health Challenges, April 25-27, 2014, Berkeley, CA. Abstract submissions due September 30, 2013.

NIH Grant Training Seminar: “How to Obtain Peer-Reviewed NIH Research Grants,” August 27, 8:30am-5:00pm EDT, Johns Hopkins University, Rockville Campus.

AcademyHealth Health Policy Orientation, October 28-31, 2013, Washington, DC. Registration is limited to 50 participants.

Second Century Symposium: Transforming Public Health Education, November 1, 2013, 8:30am-6:00pm, Harvard University Longwood Campus.

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