Upcoming Site Visits with Ernst & Young, Chemonics and University Research Company

Feb. 3 | 2 – 4 pm
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Ernst & Young (EY) Federal Health Advisory Division
Feb. 5, 2015 | 3 – 4 pm | Milken Institute SPH, Room 500A
Learn about careers in Federal Health Advisory Services, which helps clients redefine how they deliver health services to military service members, veterans and their families. RSVP in GWork>Events>Information Session>Ernst Young

EY Representatives Include:

  • Aloha McBride, Partner
  • Katie L Kramer , Senior Manager
  • Joanna N Giordano, Manager
  • Ammara S Szuflita , Senior (GW Alum)
  • Sahar Z Dagra, Senior (GW Alum)

University Research Company (URC)
Feb. 6 | 8 am – 1:30 pm
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This Week: Biomedical Engineering and Health Sciences Career Week

GW’s Center for Career Services is hosting a number of event during Biomedical Engineering and Health Sciences Career Week, January 26 – 30, 2015. For example, students can hear from a representative from the Department of Health and Human Services on January 27, and the Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health on January 28. To view the full list of activities and to register log in to GWork.

Mentorship Opportunity with Current Students

The GW Health Policy Student Association invites alumni to volunteer to mentor current students through the Health Policy Mentorship Program, a year-long program matching health policy graduate students seeking their MPH in one-on-one relationships with leading health policy professionals. The mentor-mentee experience is a professional learning opportunity to help students channel their interests and career goals. Mentors with experience in health policy from a wide range of sectors, including government, non-profit, private, and academia, are encouraged to participate. Read more and submit your information. Please sign up by January 23.

Alumni Career Profile: Kaitlin Christenson, MPH ’05

We interviewed Kaitlin Christenson, MPH ’05, Strategy Advisor for the international nonprofit organization PATH in Washington, DC. In her interview, Christenson discusses her current role as strategy advisor and previous work with PATH, which began with an internship in their Kenya country office. She shares her thoughts on the importance of networking and being open to unexpected opportunities. Read the interview.