High School Students
Interested in Public Health?
We have several hands-on, short-term programs for high school students which offer unique experiences in public health.
|Topic||Description||Open To||Length/Salary||Application Period|
|Public Health Science||CDC Museum Disease Detective Camp
Participants take on the role of disease detectives, use epidemiologic and laboratory skills to probe a disease outbreak, and learn first-hand how CDC safeguards the nation’s health.
|High school juniors or seniors||Summer 2020 we will have two identical 5-day sessions and four identical 2-day sessions.
2020 5-day sessions: June 15-19 & July 20-24
2020 2-day sessions: June 22-23, June 25-26, July 6-7, & July 9-10
|February to March|
|General Interest||Student Worksite Experience Program (SWEP)
A volunteer program offering opportunities to gain practical experience by engaging in projects and tasks that contribute to professional development. Student volunteers are an important part of recruiting and developing skilled workers, and preparing the workforce of the future.Click here for full details pdf icon[429 KB, 3 Pages, 508]
|High school students;
|6 Months (180 days) maximum, unpaid||For additional information, contact the HR Customer Service Center: 770-488-1725|
*Denotes fellowships offered in partnership with CDC