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ASPH/CDC Allan Rosenfield Global Health Fellowship Program

This is a not a Stanford fellowship. It is included in a database of paid fellowship, internship and service program opportunities offered by external organizations as a resource for all college and university students. A FISP listing does not mean that Haas Center staff have direct experience with or professionally endorse the program.

Deadline Month: 
January
Description: 

The ASPPH/CDC Public Health Fellowship Program was established in 1995. Its goal is to address emerging needs of public health, and to provide leadership and professional opportunities at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for students and graduate students of ASPPH member graduate schools and programs of public health. The fellowships are from one to two years in duration, depending on the needs of CDC and the fellow. The Fellowship Program was established to strengthen the relationship between the academic public health community and public health practice agencies. The types of fellowships will vary according to specific areas of research or training within CDC´s Centers/Institutes/Offices (CIOs).

The fellowship program is sponsored cooperatively by ASPPH and CDC, to provide leadership training in public health and prevention practice, informatics and policy. Selected fellows will have the opportunity to:
  • Apply graduate education in the field
  • Develop professional experience and expertise
  • Contribute to public health research and practice

Opportunities are full-time assignments for the duration of twelve (12) months. Fellowship opportunities will be located either at CDC headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, or a CDC regional office.  Locations are specified in the project descriptions.  Selected fellows are required to relocate to the fellowship location; relocation expenses will not be reimbursed.

 

Requirements: 

To be eligible, students must have received an MPH or Doctorate degree prior to the beginning of the fellowship. Early career professionals with Masters or Doctorate degrees (within 5 years of graduation) may also apply for the fellowship program. Applicants must have received their degree(s) from a CEPH-accredited, ASPPH-member school or program of public health, as well as be a U.S. citizen or hold a visa permitting permanent residence in the U.S., to be eligible for the fellowship program.

Sponsored by: 
Association of Schools of Public Health / Centers for Disease Control
Location: 
U.S.
External or Stanford Fellowship: 
External
Open to: 
Graduate students