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Recruiting: How You Can Help

Be an EIS Ambassador

Are you an EIS officer, alumnus, mentor, supervisor, or friend of EIS? If so, you know the role EIS plays in building careers and protecting public health. Be an ambassador for EIS and help us recruit the next world-class team of disease detectives.

  • Spread the word
  • Share your experiences
  • Encourage talented individuals to apply to EIS

Resources for You

We developed a set of resources to help you recruit outstanding candidates for EIS.

Handouts, Flyers, and Fact Sheets

You Can Be a Public Health Hero

Highlights of EIS benefits such as making a difference and building an exciting career

Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to questions about EIS
EIS Officers Around the Country
U.S. map of EIS officer locations in 2014–2015
Tips and Talking Points
Tips and messages for your EIS recruitment efforts
Importance of Epidemiology
Overview of epidemiologic investigation

Slides for Presentations

EIS Slide Set
Comprehensive overview of EIS
PowerPoint Slides
PDF Document
Overview of EIS
Single-slide overview to use with a general audience
PowerPoint Slide
PDF Document
Apply to EIS
Single-slide overview to use with an audience of potential applicants
PowerPoint Slide
PDF Document

Videos

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  • EIS: Gateway to an Exciting Career

    EIS: Gateway to an Exciting Career

  • Public Health Career Paths: EIS

    A Public Health Career For A Lifetime

  • Public Health Career Paths: EIS — The Physician

    Public Health Career Paths: EIS — The Physician

  • Public Health Career Paths: EIS — The Nurse

    Public Health Career Paths: EIS — The Nurse

  • Public Health Career Paths: EIS — The Scientist

    Public Health Career Paths: EIS — The Scientist

Other Videos

 

Questions? 

To learn more, ask to speak to an EIS alumnus, or invite an EIS officer or alumnus to speak at your organization, email EIS@cdc.gov.

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