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EIS Recruitment Resources

Are you

An EIS officer, alumnus, mentor, supervisor or even a friend of EIS? If so, you are an ideal ambassador to share the EIS story and attract outstanding applicants to EIS.

 

Be an EIS ambassador

Help us recruit the next world-class team of disease detectives:

  • Spread the word
  • Share your experiences
  • Encourage talented individuals to make a difference

 

We're here to help!

Use the resources below to spread the word about EIS.

 

Handouts, Flyers, and Fact Sheets

You Can Be a Public Health Hero
Learn about the EIS program including making a global health difference and experiences of EIS alums.
Frequently Asked Questions
Find answers to questions about what EIS is and what EIS officers learn.
EIS Officers Around the Country
View a U.S. map of where EIS officers worked in 2014-2015.
Tips and Talking Points
Use these tips and messages in your EIS recruitment efforts.
Importance of Epidemiology
Follow the steps in an example outbreak investigation.

Slides for Presentations

EIS Slide Set
Comprehensive slide set about EIS.
PowerPoint Slides
PDF Document
Overview of EIS
A single slide with overview of EIS to use with a general audience.
PowerPoint Slide
PDF Document
Apply to EIS
A single slide with overview of EIS 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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