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Overview

The CDC Science Ambassador Fellowship is the only program of its kind offered by CDC for teachers and educational leaders interested in bringing public health sciences into middle- and high- school classrooms. This competitive fellowship includes a 5-day summer course at CDC headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, and a 1-year distance-based professional development opportunity.

Prior to the summer course, fellows:

During the summer course, fellows:

After the summer course, fellows:

  • collaborate with CDC remotely for one year,
  • work with CDC scientists to finalize teaching materials,
  • pilot public health lesson plans in the classroom,
  • present public health lesson plans at local teacher conferences or meetings, and
  • consult on the development of public health-based resource materials for middle- and high- school teachers nationwide.

 

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