Apply to be a Fellow
The LLS program is a one-of-a-kind fellowship opportunity that bridges lab science and public health and delivers expert training in the competences required to lead a public health laboratory or program. It provides unparalleled opportunities for career growth and progression.
LLS fellows are selected from among highly qualified, eligible applicants drawn to public health service and interested in practical application of laboratory methods to a wide range of contemporary public health problems. To apply for LLS, you must:
- Be willing to commit to a 2-year, full-time program that begins in July with a month-long training in Atlanta, Georgia
- Be willing to relocate to your assignment. Most assignments are at CDC in Atlanta, Georgia, although some may occur in other CDC or state/local public health laboratories.
- Meet the specified eligibility requirements
|April 8, 2020||Application period opens at 9:00 a.m. (ET).|
|June 28, 2020||Application period closes at 11:59 p.m. (ET).
All applications and supporting materials must be received by the deadline.
Late applications will not be considered.
|July–September 2020||LLS program reviews applications and selects applicants for interviews. Invitations to interview will be sent by email.|
|October–November 2020||LLS program and potential host laboratories interview applicants via telephone and successful candidates are matched with an LLS assignment.|
|November 2020||LLS program notifies applicants of their status (accepted, rejected, or wait-listed).|
|April 26-30, 2021 (tentative)||Accepted candidates attend EIS Conference in Atlanta.|
|July 7, 2021||Two-year fellowship begins. New LLS fellows attend orientation (summer course) in Atlanta.|