As a Pitt Public Health alum, you have access to many free career services resources.
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 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.
Tips, tools, and templates to help you find your next job.
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.
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.
Joan Anson, director
G009 Public Health
130 DeSoto Street
Pittsburgh PA 15261
Praekunatham promoted to chief of Epidemiology and Public Health Emergency Response
Chiu elected to Pitt Board of Trustees
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Martin-Mack provides health assessments to Pitt Public Health staff
Stout appointed trustee of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry