Careers

HELPING YOU REACH your CAREER DESTINATION

Whether you are seeking an internship, fellowship, or job, looking for tips on resume/CV writing or interviewing, or just trying to get started on your job search, Pitt Public Health career services can help point you in the right direction and advise you on exploring your future as a public health professional.

How to make an appointment

To make an appointment with career services, log into Handshake using your Pitt username and password. Go to Career Center > Appointments > Schedule a New Appointment > Pitt Public Health Career Advising. You can also contact Kim Abraham directly to schedule a time to meet.

Read more on what to expect from a career counselor...

Overview of Career Services

As a Pitt Public Health student, you have access to both school-wide and university-wide career resources.

Pitt Public Health Career Services

University of PITTsburgh CAREER SERVICES

Our students also have access to programming and events hosted by the University of Pittsburgh Career Center and resources and events available through the Office of Academic Career Development (OACD) for the Health Sciences. Visit our resources page for a full list of offerings.

HOW Else can I connect with Career Services?

Read the Career Services section of Things to Know  and The Week Ahead to stay up-to-date on workshops, announcements, and events.

Get helpful tips and advice on job hunting, interviewing, and more by following us on Facebook.

Pitt Public Health has a LinkedIn group for connecting students and alumni. Join the Pitt Public Health Alumni & Student Network and start networking today!

 

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Contact Career Services

Kim Abraham

Career Services Specialist
412-648-5987

G009 Public Health
130 DeSoto Street
Pittsburgh PA 15261

 

     

Recent Career News

Job, Fellowship, and Internship Opportunities 

Job, Fellowship, and Internship Opportunities

This section appears in every edition of Things to Know and summarizes opportunities from alumni/faculty/staff/employers, jobs recently posted in Handshake, and upcoming fellowship and internship deadlines. (07/30/2021)
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Hartman Selected as Fellow for New Scialog: Mitigating Zoonotic Threats 

Hartman Selected as Fellow for New Scialog: Mitigating Zoonotic Threats

RESCORP - Research Corporation for Science Advancement will bring together a multidisciplinary group of early-career researchers to address the global threat to human health from animal-borne infectious diseases as part of its new Scialog initiative, Mitigating Zoonotic Threats. IDM's Amy Hartman w... (07/23/2021)
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Documet receives Pitt 2021 Momentum Funds, research grant from CLAS 

Documet receives Pitt 2021 Momentum Funds, research grant from CLAS

Teaming grants through the University's Momentum Funds are utilized for early-stage planning of large multidisciplinary projects. BCHS' Patricia Documet (BCHS '95, '02) along with a group of Pitt researchers for a project entitled "Developing a Latinx Youth Research Advisory Board to Address and Di... (05/20/2021)
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Hallen and BCHS wish Albert 'Congratulations'  

Hallen and BCHS wish Albert 'Congratulations'

"Congratulations as you step down from your successful tenure as chair of BCHS, and on your 2021 Fulbright!" said Phil Hallen, president emeritus of the Falk Foundation. "As the third holder of the Hallen Chair in Community Health and Social Justice, you have honored the chair's intent in your work... (05/13/2021)
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Sundermann named APIC Fellow 

Sundermann named APIC Fellow

Alexander Sundermann (IDM '14, EPI '22), was named a 2021 fellow of the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology. The status is "a distinction of honor for infection preventionists who are not only advanced practitioners of infection prevention practice, but also leaders ... (05/13/2021)
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Feingold selected for American Council on Education Fellowship 

Feingold selected for American Council on Education Fellowship

PITT WIRE - Congratulations to HUGEN and BIOST's Eleanor Feingold, recently promoted to vice dean, who was named to the 2021-22 class of the longest-running, cohort-based higher education leadership development progam in the U.S. Many of its alumni are now university presidents and provosts and acc... (05/09/2021)