We interviewed Reginald J. Richards, DrPH ’10, who works at the Mine Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor, as the Chief, Division of Health, Metal/NonMetal Mine Safety and Health. In his interview, Reginald shares his path from the U.S. Army as an environmental health sciences officer to his current position, the responsibilities of his department, and his thoughts about the importance of continued learning. Read the interview here.
This month we have a wide array of activities for SPHHS students and alumni. From tips on writing federal resumes, an alumni panel focused on consulting, and a webinar that will teach you how to use LinkedIn, there should be something for everyone. Read on to see a full list of events.
A few weeks ago I wrote about the importance of tailoring your resume and cover letter for a specific opportunity. A student shared with me a little trick that can help with this. Continue reading
We’ve scoured the web to collect the latest helpful career-related articles. Read about how to find the name of a hiring manger, ways to cut your job search time in half, 16 things you should do at the end of every work day to be more productive, and much more.
The Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration invites the SPHHS community to participate in an International Career Forum on September 13th from 3:30-6:00 pm.
What’s the most important document of a job application? (Hint: it’s not the resume or the cover letter).