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For Alumni

As a Pitt Public Health alum, you have access to many free career services resources.

Personal Advising

All alumni are eligible for free personal advising, offered on the phone or in-person. Make an appointment with Joan Anson, director of career services, by logging into Pitt Bridges (see directions below).

Pitt Bridges Online Job Matching Database

Pitt Bridges lists jobs, internships, fellowships, workshops, and career fairs. Login today to upload your resume, connect with employers, and register for events!*

*Alumni who graduated before April 2015: Please contact Career Services for new login credentials.

*Alumni who graduated after April 2015: Login using your existing Pitt username and password.

Job Search Tool Kit

Tips, tools, and templates to help you find your next job.

Hiring a Student or Graduate

Pitt Public Health actively encourages students to participate in internships that provide valuable opportunities to confront real-time public health situations, discover the array of career niches that are available to public health professionals, and hone in on specializations that are the right fit for them.

Alumni hire many of our students to fill their employment needs. If you are an alum who is interested in hiring a Pitt Public Health student or graduate, please contact Joan Anson directly for guidance on how to post your position.

Career Workshops

Workshops are offered on campus throughout the year. All workshops are open, free-of-charge, to alumni. Advance registration is required. Contact us for upcoming events.

Career Services Team

Joan Anson, director
412-624-3806
A519 Public Health
130 DeSoto Street
Pittsburgh PA 15261

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Career news

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Rister opens book store, continues making the public healthier 

Rister opens book store, continues making the public healthier

PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE - On the surface, Adriene Rister (IDM) may seem to have made a dramatic career change, from dealing with infectious diseases for the state of Maine to running a children's book store. She sees the mission of both as bettering the community. "In a way, I like to think of this... (02/11/2019)
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Marsh, Buchanich, multiple alums publish first study of workers involved in aerospace materials manufacturing 

Marsh, Buchanich, multiple alums publish first study of workers involved in aerospace materials manufacturing

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE - This is the first ever epidemiological study of workers involved in aerospace materials manufacturing. Authored by BIOST's Gary Marsh and Jeanine Buchanich and featuring work from Jessica Graves (BIOST '18, EPID '22), Yimeng (Alice) Lu (BIOST '17), and Sara... (02/11/2019)
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Sevco named COO of UPMC Pinnacle 

Sevco named COO of UPMC Pinnacle

Congratulations to Mark Sevco (HPM '91) who will be the COO of UPMC Pinnacle in Harrisburg. Sevco was formerly president of UPMC McKeesport in McKeesport, PA and UPMC East in Monroeville, PA.  Read the announcement from Becker's Hospital Review.   (01/14/2019)
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Dougherty named deputy commissioner of alcohol and drug abuse programs in Vermont 

Dougherty named deputy commissioner of alcohol and drug abuse programs in Vermont

VERMONT BUSINESS MAGAZINE - "I am eager to join the health department in its work to strengthen prevention efforts and to ensure that every Vermonter has access to effective treatment and recovery services," said Kelly Dougherty (BCHS '00). (01/09/2019)
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Christopher Gessner will be the next president and CEO of University of Colorado Hospital 

Christopher Gessner will be the next president and CEO of University of Colorado Hospital

KDKA RADIO - The University of Colorado Hospital announced Christopher A. Gessner (HPM '91), the current president of UPMC Children's Hospital and UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital, will be their next president and CEO, overseeing the Anschuntz Medical Campus, Broomfield Hospital, Highlands Ranch H... (12/13/2018)
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