Associates Talk About PHAP
Associates are excited about their work and the impact they make on public health. Each associate has a distinct PHAP experience. In the videos below, hear straight from recent associates about their one-of-a-kind experiences, challenges they overcame, and how PHAP guided their career goals.Play all ►
Jamila chose PHAP because working for the CDC is a “once in a lifetime opportunity” that she couldn’t pass up.
Through PHAP, Klaudia received great mentoring—and was pleasantly surprise to become a mentor, herself.
What Adrick liked most about relocating to New Orleans for PHAP was immersing herself in a new culture.
As a social science major, Haley chose PHAP so she could explore public health through direct experience.
Kerry is very grateful for the environmental health experience she’s gained through PHAP—in the field and the lab.
Jonathan Chang understands how geography can affect the public’s health in unanticipated ways.
PHAP provides Maddy LaFerla Jenni with mentors who are helping her envision her future career.
Through PHAP, Brittany Anderson discovers unique health challenges of life above the Arctic Circle.
Rudith enjoys being able to affect change through public service for her host site in Indiana.
Samantha is a budding leader, connecting people to achieve a common goal, thanks to PHAP.
Shannon learned that if you have drive and are given opportunities, your possibilities are limitless.
Anthony educated others and worked with local jurisdictions on the 2014 Ebola Response.