From the moment you join NYU’s MPH program, you’ll start on the road to a career that will help fill the growing skills gap between traditional academic approaches and the innovations needed to revolutionize the global public health system.
With the guidance of faculty advisors, the public health practice office, and professional public health mentors, you’ll have access to a wide range of skill-building activities, opportunities to advance your experiential training, leadership opportunities, and ways to get involved in the global public health community.
Whether you’re an experienced professional, in the midst of a mid-career transition, or just graduating from an undergraduate degree, the NYU MPH Program helps you enhance your classroom learning with experiential training through internships, practicums, fellowships, leadership opportunities and more.
We’ll help you identify the strongest skills and experience you already possess, as well as which skills you hope to grow. We’re here to help you tailor your coursework, perfect a class presentation, work on an interpersonal team, or learn how to network with public health practitioners, we offer an extensive array of skill-building activities including workshops, seminars, and one-on-one meetings.
Our in-house career support extends beyond the School of Global Pubic Health and includes the opportunities available to students throughout NYU’s other professional schools. We also foster multifaceted relationships with leading agencies throughout the city and around the world to help you identify job, internship, practicum, fellowship, and volunteer opportunities.
Plus, through our resources, workshops, events, and panels, you can become experiences in everything you need to launch your ambitions, including resume and cover letter-writing, interviewing and salary negotiations, and more.
From student groups to professional associations, you have many ways to stay engaged with the local, regional, and global public health community.