Public Health Career Services
Where passion and profession come together!​
Serving Our Students
The Public Health degree opens the world of opportunities but sometimes choosing the right path might be difficult. We are here to support our students in exploring, discovering and identifying their individual career pathways.
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The Goal of Public Health Career Services
To provide resources that can be shared with students, alumni and employers. Our student services will focus on rendering career advising via one on one sessions, workshops, career fairs, networking opportunities and most importantly through public health job postings.

Career Fair (students)

USC’s PUBLIC HEALTH CAREER FAIR 2019 PUBLIC HEALTH CAREER FAIR STUDENT REGISTRATION On behalf of the USC Preventive Medicine department, we are excited to announce

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Jobs on PHConnection

The employment opportunities posted in our online MPHConnection were specifically selected with our students and recent alumni in mind. These are opportunities we are aware

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Jobs on PHConnection

The employment opportunities posted in our online MPHConnection were specifically selected with our students and recent alumni in mind. These are opportunities we are aware of through our research, outreach, and networking. Additionally, now employers can submit their employment opportunities by completing this Employment Opportunity Form.

Employers

Employers can post jobs or internships under the "Employers" tab and view events they can attend to network with students.

Book Appointment

Both students and Alumni can book appointments with our Career Advisor to discuss any topic regarding career-building skills, opportunities, and revision of cover letter or resumes.

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  • Congratulations to the preventive medicine graduating class of 2019! For more commencement pictures check out our @uscphs Flickr album—link in bio! #uscgrad #uscalumni #preventivemedicine #publichealth #bachelorsdegree #mph #phd #ms #healthbehavior #fighton
  • Memories, lessons learned and thoughts on the future: Meet 2019 USC preventive medicine graduates 
Congratulations, USC grads! 🎓✌️ #USCGrad #USCAlumni #Trojans #USC #preventivemedicine #ClassOf2019 #publichealth #BachelorsDegree #MPH #PhD #healthbehavior
  • Decades of airborne lead emissions from the now-closed #Exide battery recycling plant settled into #LosAngeles soil. Now, @USCedu #research, in a study coined the "Truth Fairy Project," has revealed lead contamination ended up in the baby teeth of children living in five LA communities and reinforced the need to test for #leadexposure before and during #pregnancy. Visit @USCEHC and see link in our bio for more information. (Illustration/Diana Molleda)

#environmentalhealth #research #toxicmetals
  • "How Scientists Discovered What Dirty Air Does to Kids’ Health" — @theatlantic’s @citylab recently featured our @USCedu @uscehc researchers' work on the Children's Health Study in #LosAngeles. Over 20 years, they recorded breathing habits of thousands of Southern California children to determine the long-term health impacts of #airpollution exposure. They found that children breathing the dirtiest air were nearly five times as likely to have lungs that are 20 percent weaker than normal — for every 100 children who grew up with the worst #pollution at least six would be burdened as a result with a lifelong health problem. 
Read more; link in bio 👍

#environmentalhealth #research #publichealth #preventivemedicine
  • The largest coordinated #research effort to study biological and non-biological factors associated with aggressive #prostatecancer in #AfricanAmericans is led by one of our professors, Christopher Haiman, here at @USCedu. The $26.5 million #RESPONDstudy will examine not only biological features of participants’ cancers, but also characteristics of their neighborhoods and the social stressors — such as #discrimination — they have experienced. Learn more about this and other efforts to address #ethnicbias in #cancer #research in the latest issue of @nature (link in bio).
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