Authorization to Work in the US
- Verify that you are not a citizen of a country designated as a state sponsor of terrorism per this U.S. Department of State’s website: State Sponsors of Terrorism external icon.
- Non-U.S. citizens must be legal permanent residents or eligible for J1, TN, H-1B, or OPT-EAD (STEM Extension) visas prior to the program’s start date. CDC’s HRO/Immigration Office and the Prevention Effectiveness Fellowship Program will consult with all non-U.S. citizen candidates to identify the most appropriate visa type for the fellowship appointment.
You must hold a PhD/ScD in decision science with all requirements completed before the start of the PE Fellowship. See the Key Dates tab on our website for additional information. Examples of decision science include:
- Economics or applied economics
- Health services research or related health sciences
- Industrial engineering
- Operations research
- Public policy or policy analysis
- Related quantitatively-oriented fields
Relocation may be required. Most assignments are at CDC headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, however, some may occur in other states or public health agencies.
Notice of Non-Discrimination
All eligible applicants receive equal consideration without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, political affiliation, age, sexual orientation, or any other non-merit factors. Please see link to Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)external icon.