Recruitment Tools

CDC Fellowship Programs Slide Deck: These slides provide a snapshot of CDC fellowships and are intended to be a resource for alumni, internal and external partners, and others to pull slides from and incorporate into other slide presentations. The slides are organized by primary intended audience and include a web page link for up-to-date information on application dates, how to apply, and more. Please contact fellowships@cdc.gov with any questions about the use of these resources.

CDC Steven M. Teutsch Prevention Effectiveness (PE) Fellowship

PE fellows (CDC data detectives) fill a critical public health need for demonstrating the value of prevention

Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS)

Recruitment tools designed for use by current officers, alumni, supervisors, mentors, and other friends of EIS to speak about the EIS opportunity, the caliber of professionals we seek, and how their public health work protects Americans and the global community.

Epidemiology Elective Program (EEP)

Epidemiology Elective Program Recruitment Flyer [844 KB, 1 page, 508]

Laboratory Leadership Service (LLS)

In these videos, LLS fellows share their experiences about applying public health laboratory competencies—particularly those focused on biosafety, quality management systems, and management and leadership—as they approach real world public health scenarios.

Public Health Informatics Fellowship Program (PHIFP)

Digital resources for sharing on communication platforms and with colleagues. PHIFP fellows (CDC Data Detectives) use their skills in data science, computer science, and information technology to help solve public health problems.

Public Health Career Spotlights

Overview of 7 Public Health Careers

Seven CDC STEM professionals introduce their careers and briefly describe what they do. This trailer is a preview of the full career spotlight videos.

Watch the video series to learn about some of the public health STEM careers offered at CDC. Hear from real CDC employees serving in these professions, as they describe what they do, who they work with, where they work, what skills they use, and what qualifications they need.

Behavioral Scientist

Hear from Laura, a real CDC behavioral scientist.

Biostatistician
Epidemiologist
Health Communication Specialist

Hear from Federico, a real health communication specialist at CDC.

Infection Prevention Specialist

Hear from Davina, a real CDC infection prevention specialist.

Laboratory Scientist

Hear from Rebekah, a real CDC laboratory scientist.

Public Health Nurse

Hear from Augustina, a real CDC nurse consultant.