The Overlooked Areas of Being a Camp Counselor


Aside from the great time you’ll have, you gain an array of soft skills that will benefit you in your career search.

This experience is a great way to enhance your resume and prepare you for your future employer!

You …

By School of Public Health Office of Career Services
School of Public Health Office of Career Services
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The Right to Move: A Doctoral Student’s Non-traditional Perspective of Physical Activity


As an undergraduate student, Jac Hadfield learned her love for physical activity was not shared by everyone.  “I grew up always moving my body and thought everyone did. And then I realized no, not everyone approaches movement the same as …

By Mackenzie Jones
Mackenzie Jones Ambassador
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What Is Your Personal Brand? Five Strategies to Leverage Your Most Powerful Professional Tool


Just over two decades ago in August 1997, professionals were hit with a revolutionary concept when business guru Tom Peters wrote an article for Fast Company titled “The Brand Called You.” In this seminal piece, Peters introduced the idea that …

By Lindsey Pollak
Lindsey Pollak Chair of the Millenial Advisory Board
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Conference Musings

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Winter. Cilantro. Los Angeles. Conferences. You either love them, or you hate them. While I absolutely cannot stand temperatures below 60 degrees, I am quite fond of the other three—particularly conferences.

I was introduced to professional conferences two years ago …

By Derek Herrmann
Derek Herrmann Graduate Student, Visiting Research Associate
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How to find jobs in China?


China is the world’s most populous nation and ‘queuing up’ or ‘queue-jumping” is almost a national sport.

The most logical step to finding internships and non-teaching jobs in China is to sift through online job boards or connect with HR …

By Yan Qi
Yan Qi Student Ambassador
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Internships and Research Abroad


We are frequently asked about internships – what we want to do, where we want to go – and sometimes finding the perfect internship can be challenging. The biggest challenge is knowing where to start! Some people do several internships …

By Georgina Nicholos
Georgina Nicholos
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Figuring Out What’s Next

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Not all of us have all of our steps figured out and honestly, we are reassured everyday that we do not need to have everything figured out right now, but a little help never hurts anyone. There are tons of …

By Nik Roseau
Nik Roseau
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Learn more about the Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) program!

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Learn more about the Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) program!

The EIS program is a two-year, on-the-job training and service fellowship which recruits and trains health professionals to be ready responders in areas including infectious and noninfectious diseases, global health, injury …

By Trishnee Bhurosy
Trishnee Bhurosy Student Ambassador - Blog Editor Trishnee Bhurosy
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Tips for making an impactful resume

By Tapati Dutta
Tapati Dutta Student Ambassador: Blogger Tapati Dutta
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Faculty Research Highlight: Dr. Barbara Hocevar


In the School of Public Health, we have many talented and accomplished faculty that conduct research in addition to teaching courses! I asked my Introduction to Public Health Biology instructor, Dr. Barbara Hocevar, a few questions about her research …

By Megan Lisch
Megan Lisch
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