Noted. Building on the Legacy of HBCUs in Public Health Virtual Recruitment Event





Recognized as the hallmark of extended matriculation for Black Americans, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are a source of achievement, pride, and pivotal impact for all Americans. CDC is committed to improving outreach to HBCUs to highlight our agency’s programs, fellowships, and initiatives, so that we remain a pinnacle in public health. The talent afforded specifically from HBCU graduates in our workforce is imperative to ensuring health equity in our science and interventions.

Join us on November 9th for a special event for HBCU students and recent graduates to engage with HBCU alumni leaders at CDC in our event: Noted. Building on the Legacy of HBCUs in Public Health. As the premier public health agency in the federal government, CDC offers unique opportunities to pursue public service and address the nation’s most pressing issues affecting communities across the country. Attendees will hear from HBCU alumni leaders at CDC about their own experiences within the fellowship programs and their professional paths. Fellowship representatives will also provide an overview of their respective programs, key considerations for applying, and the importance of having HBCU students and alumni within the CDC workforce.

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