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Career Services 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 Crabtree Hall
130 DeSoto Street
Pittsburgh PA 15261

Alumni connect with current students at networking breakfast

Career news

Inefficient HIV-1 trans infection of CD4+ T cells by macrophages from HIV-1 nonprogressors is associated with altered membrane cholesterol and DC-SIGN 

Inefficient HIV-1 trans infection of CD4+ T cells by macrophages from HIV-1 nonprogressors is associated with altered membrane cholesterol and DC-SIGN

JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY - Delucia, Rinaldo, Rappocciolo demonstrate that the use of SIMV to decrease macrophage-mediated virus transfer should be considered for future HIV therapeutic development.  (05/18/2018)
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Zaccard appointed chair of the Chicago Women in STEM Initiative 

Zaccard appointed chair of the Chicago Women in STEM Initiative

To ensure the continuity of the Chicago Women in STEM and Academia Initiative, and represent postdoctoral women, Northwestern University welcomed IDM's COLLEEN ZACCARD to the Northwestern University Postdoctoral Forum (NUPF) Executive Board as the Chair of the Chicago Women in STEM Initiative.  (05/15/2018)
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Buzzeli teaching global health at Northhampton Community College 

Buzzeli teaching global health at Northhampton Community College

Alumna MICHELE M. BUZZELI (BCHS ’15) is teaching about global health at Northampton Community College’s Monroe Campus in Tannersville, Pennsylvania, using her coursework at Pitt Public Health to cover the syllabus. She will also teach a section of College Success, a required first semester course fo... (01/05/2018)
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Alumna Shirlene Tolbert-Moten appointed medical director in NJ 

Alumna Shirlene Tolbert-Moten appointed medical director in NJ

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD — SHIRLENE TOLBERT MOTEN, MD, MPH ('93), has been appointed  medical  director for outpatient physician practice at Cape Regional Physicians Associates, a medical group of primary care physicians and specialists serving 13 locations in southern New Jersey. Dr. Moten earne... (11/07/2017)
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Bulger named as a 2017 40-Under40 standout 

Bulger named as a 2017 40-Under40 standout

PITTSBURGH MAGAZINE - Alumna NATALIE BULGER (HPM ’12) left Pittsburgh for college, but she wasn’t away from home for long. “My mom likes to make a joke that Pittsburgh makes this big sucking noise—that when you leave, it sucks you back in so quickly.” Pittsburgh, she adds, is a good place for someon... (10/18/2017)
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