Bachelor's Degree

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We have a variety of fellowship opportunities for individuals who have, or will soon have, a college degree. These programs can help jump-start a career in protecting the public’s health.
Topic Description Open To Length/Salary Application Period
Laboratory Environmental Health Fellowship Program
Fellows are assigned to APHL-member state public health laboratories where they will receive training based on the customized needs of the host laboratory.
Bachelor’s degree by the beginning of the program. However, the host laboratory may require an advanced degree (or other specific education, skills, or experience) 2 Years, paid The Environmental Health Fellowship Program is at capacity for the 2019 cycle and is not currently accepting applications.
General Interest *ORISE CDC Research Opportunitiesexternal icon
Education experience to create expertise, information, and tools that people and communities need to protect their health.
Undergraduates;graduate; post-master’s; doctoral; postdoctoral Varies, paid Varies
General Interest Public Health Associate Program (PHAP)
Two year, field-based training program for early career public health professionals with little or no public health work experience who are interested in frontline public health practice.
Graduates with a minimum of a four-year degree, within 2 years of graduation. U.S. citizen, permanent resident, or U.S. national. 2 Years, paid Five-day period every January

*Denotes fellowships offered in partnership with CDC

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