Career and Training Opportunities
CDC medical and science health professionals serve on the front-line as public health pioneers. Positions typically include behavioral and health scientists, biologists, epidemiologists, health informatics specialists, medical officers, microbiologists.
Our mission support personnel are critical to mission success. Positions typically include administrative and management support personnel, accountants, business services analysts, communication officers, contract and grant specialists, engineers, financial analysts, and information technology professionals.
No matter who you are – college student, recent college graduate, or veteran public health professional – our training and fellowship programs are designed to enhance your public health skills, knowledge, and contributions in public health research, studies, training, investigations, and leadership.
From Angola to Zimbabwe, CDC’s presence is felt in over 40 countries worldwide through partnerships with international and multinational public health agencies and non-governmental organizations.
Are you currently a student looking to gain valuable paid or non-paid work experience? Are you a college graduate eager to make a contribution to the health and well being of the American public? If yes, we invite you to explore developmental opportunities at CDC.
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