CDC Museum Public Health Academy

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The David J. Sencer CDC Museum Public Health Academy (CDCM PHA) is a STEM-based educational program that offers both in-person and online learning experiences. CDCM PHA mirrors CDC museum’s goal of teaching the public about the importance of CDC’s work in the field of public health. Content focuses on CDC’s work in the interdisciplinary field of public health, and can include history, science, epidemiology, prevention-based public health, and communication. Career-related content can be found throughout CDCM PHA programming.

The application for the 2022 summer programing is now available online! The 2022 CDCM PHA Application allows students to apply to the CDC Museum Disease Detective Camp and/or the Public Health Academy Online Summer Course. Please read the FAQs for the CDC Museum Disease Detective Camp and the FAQs for the Online Summer Course, then submit your application. Application can be found in the FAQs.

Page last reviewed: December 14, 2021