Looking for an entry level job or internship in public health? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
Because Public Health is interdisciplinary you can enter a number of fields depending on your interests; some possibilities for new and recent grads include health education, policy, communications, and research (including biostatistics and epidemiology). What you do in a typical day depends on which area of public health you enter, but you might analyze data, write a report, contact media about a health initiative, or teach a health class. Some of the top employers include public health departments, government agencies, research institutions, nonprofits, and medical facilities.
A bachelor’s degree in a field related to your interests is necessary for most jobs in public health. A master’s degree will help, but practical experience is more helpful.
American Medical Staffing Germantown, MD
|AP Economics Teacher (Part-Time)|
C2Educate Germantown, MD
|COS Communications Integration SME-ACS|
ManTech International Corporation Sterling, VA
|Risk Advisory Partner|
Cherry Bekaert LLP Vienna, VA
|At Your Service Center Associate, Dulles Town Center - Variable Hours|
Macys Sterling, VA
|Entry Level Insurance Sales Agent|
Bankers Life Chantilly, VA
|Talent Acquisition Partner- Enabling Functions|
AstraZeneca Gaithersburg, MD
|Real Estate Agent -- No Experience Necessary|
Century 21 Redwood Realty Ashburn, VA
|Corporate Compensation Coordinator - Corporate Trainer|
Rosenthal Automotive Reston, VA
|Asset Protection Detective, Fair Oaks - Part Time|
Macys Fairfax, VA
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