Recruit Students and Engage with the NYU Public Health Network

Recruit Students and Engage with the NYU Public Health Network

Get involved in a variety of ways, from hosting an information session about your organization to reserving a table at our annual Public Health Career Expo... or more! If you have any questions or concerns, contact us at gph.careerservices@nyu.edu.


What are you interested in?* (Select all that apply)
Hosting an employer information session allows students to learn more about your company, and the application and hiring process. Network with students and alumni to share more about your company/organization, its goals and projects, and any potential employment opportunities available.
The Research Expo is an annual exposition of research conducted by faculty and affiliated members at the College of Global Public Health. Share the research you conduct or the focus of your organization. This is an exceptional opportunity to showcase your work with posters and interactive booths and engage with students.
The Research Expo is an annual exposition of research conducted by faculty and affiliated members at the College of Global Public Health. Share the research you conduct or the focus of your organization. This is an exceptional opportunity to showcase your work with posters and interactive booths and engage with over 200 students.
Bring a dynamic professional development workshop to our campus! This is a great opportunity to present your knowledge, research, and thought leadership on health topics across the field and discuss a wide range of issues and trends in public health with students, alumni and faculty.
Share your expertise and offer a glimpse into your professional life by offering tips and advice to our students and alumni. This will give students a chance to learn more about various careers paths from experts like you and lessons learned along your journey.
What information would you present? Who is your target audience? Do you have preferred dates?
What topics would be discussed? What would the event format look like? Who is your target audience?