Friday Resume Rush Hours in March

In preparation for the 2015 Public Health and Health Services Career Fair, Milken Institute SPH Career Services will be offering Friday Resume Rush Hours beginning on March 6th. For assistance with your resume, cover letter or other career development strategies, Make a Career Services Appointment today! In addition, please send all documents in need of review to Catherine Gilmore, student career consultant, at catherineg@gwu.edu at least 24 hours prior to your appointment. We look forward to working with you!

2015 Public Health & Health Sciences Career Fair

Milken Institute School of Public Health will be sponsoring the annual Public Health & Health Sciences Career Fair on Tuesday, March 24 from 3:00 pm-6:00 pm. Students and alumni across all disciplines are invited to participate. More than 200 students, alumni and community members joined us last year to network with employers representing a variety of Public Health and Health Services organizations. Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity! Register today. 

Saha Global Leadership Program Info Session

On Wednesday, February 25, Saha Global will come to Milken Institute SPH for an information session. Sam Reilley, Saha’s Director or Operations, will discuss how you can make a sustainable impact during your winter, fall or summer break by participating in their three-week Global Leadership Program in Ghana. Check out this video for more information.

Saha Global is looking for students and young professional who are passionate about international social justice, environmental sustainability and public health; are peer leaders looking to build project management skills; are looking for a unique experience Northern Region, Ghana; can help a rural community solve its water or electricity needs by starting a small business.

Feb. 25 | 5pm
950 New Hampshire Ave, Washington, DC 20037
6th floor Conference Room  

 

Alumni Career Profile: Lori Moore-Merrell, MPH ’96, DrPH ’02

We interviewed Lori Moore-Merrell, MPH ’96, DrPH ’02, Assistant to the General President at the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF), in Washington, DC. In her interview, Ms. Moore-Merrell describes her role as manager of the Technical Assistance and Information Resources (Research) Division of the IAFF and shares her experience as a member of the first group of students admitted into the DrPH program at GW. Read the interview.