Applying to Host an EIS Officer
EIS is a competency-based training and experiential service fellowship in applied epidemiology. The EIS fellowship provides the opportunity for clinical and doctoral-level science professionals to learn in a structured two-year service and learning fellowship. By becoming a host site, your team will benefit from the service provided by an EIS officer with valuable clinical and scientific skills.
During the two-year fellowship, host sites are responsible for providing supervision, mentorship, and day-to-day experiential training in applied epidemiology. The EIS program provides multiple structured trainings for the officers and guidance and operational support for supervisors. The supervision and mentorship you provide as a host site prepares the officers to be applied epidemiologists and public health leaders, fosters long-term partnerships, and ultimately shapes the public health workforce.
EIS officers benefit from training and support provided by the EIS program and host sites. Benefits to host sites include:
- Valuable clinical and scientific skills of EIS officer at minimal or no financial cost to the site
- Opportunities to participate in the EIS program’s trainings for supervisors
- Opportunity to cultivate future public health leaders with a mutual appreciation for and skills needed to successfully navigate complex challenges of interagency networks/collaborations
Click on the following buttons to learn more about the application and match processes. Be sure to note the key dates listed below.
|September 29, 2023||Deadline to express interest in becoming a new host site by emailing EISOSupport@cdc.gov|
|December 4, 2023||Host site application portal opens|
|January 26, 2024||Online application submission deadline; host site application portal closes|
|Week of February 26, 2024||EIS program notifies host site applicants if they are approved to participate in match|
|April 2024||Recruitment and match process takes place during EIS conference in Atlanta, GA; supervisors expected to attend|
|Early August 2024||EIS officers arrive at their host site assignments|