How Do I Apply?
PHAP candidates must register and apply through USAJobs.gov.
Note: to submit your application, we recommend creating a USA Jobs profile early, and have the following documents available:
- Proof of US citizenship or legal permanent residency (i.e., birth certificate, US passport, permanent resident card or naturalization document)
- Academic transcript showing at least a 2.95 grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) from the most recent degree completed within the last two years (6 years for veterans). Official college transcripts are required during the USAjobs.gov application period, January 18-25, 2022.
- Veterans’ preference document, if applicable
Due to the large volume of applications, CDC is unable to respond to status inquiries.
After all submissions are reviewed, a select number of candidates will be contacted by email and asked to provide additional information through the Enterprise Fellowship Management System (eFMS). Please refer to the timeline below for a detailed description of the application process.
Please note: the dates below are subject to change.
|January||The PHAP Associate application cycle opens January 18, 2022, and closes at 11:59 pm (ET), January 25, 2022, on USAjobs.gov. Candidates have eight days to complete and submit their initial applications (have a current resume and transcript ready for submission).|
|April||Qualified candidates must provide a personal statement and additional documentation as requested. Instructions are forwarded from PHAP@cdc.gov. If a notification is not received, please check your spam or junk email.|
|May||CDC interviews are scheduled with qualified candidates by video conference or teleconference.|
|Mid-June to Late-August||CDC makes job offers to selected candidates. Offers include the host agency and the assigned geographic area. Associates are placed in program areas with the greatest need. Host site assignments are non-negotiable.|
|Mid-October||Associates begin work at host sites.|
|November||Associates attend PHAP orientation virtually or at CDC Headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia.|