Do you want to give your students an opportunity to virtually engage with CDC scientists and analysts to complete small tasks that produces real societal impact? Explore CDCology that allows students to produce meaningful national and international public health work.
- CDCology: CDC staff post unclassified, short tasks on a website that can be performed by registered college student solvers. In return, university students gain insight into CDC's mission and specific projects.
Do you want to learn more about how you can pursue a career in public health? Explore the following websites to discover education, training, and career opportunities in public health.
- Undergraduate Public Health Education (ASPPH): Learn about undergraduate academic preparation, core competencies and learning outcomes in public health education to guide your career path.
- CDC Training Fellowships: Are you a student, graduate, or health professional looking for an exciting public health training program? Explore this page to learn more about various public health training fellowships.
CDC Undergraduate Public Health Scholars (CUPS) Program
The CDC Undergraduate Public Health Scholars (CUPS) program consists of six internship opportunities creating a public health workplace experience to increase student interest in minority health. See the Intern and Fellowships page for more information on the CUPS Program, including links to apply, and for information on other Student Opportunities.
Do you want to learn more about different career possibilities in public health? Explore the following websites for different related jobs types.
- ExploreHealthCareers.org: A free, multi-disciplinary, interactive, health careers website for to students who are seeking information about health careers.
- Top Jobs at CDC: An employment information site where you can learn about CDC's most common positions for talented and committed people to help CDC carry out its mission. Learn about job qualifications, duties, and responsibilities.
- LifeWorks (National Institutes of Health/Office of Science and Education): Explore health and medical science careers based on your interests and skills.
- Page last reviewed: April 7, 2016
- Page last updated: April 7, 2016
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