Welcome to SPH Career Services
Career Services offers key resources to help students and graduates develop and fulfill their career goals. Our mission is to provide the tools to empower students in their career development, foster confidence, and create competitive Public Health professionals in today’s job market.Elizabeth Herrera,Assistant Director of Career Services
Individualized career development sessions that cover: job search strategies, career decision-making, interviewing, salary negotiation, networking, etc.
Resume/CV and cover letter reviews
Video-taped mock interviews
Career-related Workshops (resume and cover letter writing, interview essentials, how to work a career fair, job search strategies)
Information on post-graduate and employment-based fellowships
Schedule an Appointment
Please call (312)413-9126 to schedule an appointment with Elizabeth Herrera, Assistant Director of Career Services. Appointments can be scheduled Monday – Friday 9:00am – 4:00pm.
Request a Presentation
Career Services is available to facilitate career related workshops for classroom presentations and student organizations. Please contact Elizabeth Herrera to schedule a time and date for your presentation.
SPH Quick Links
- UIC Careers
- University of Illinois at Chicago's Office of Career Services
- Public Health Career Websites
- MPH Field Practicum Resources
SPHcareers also actively works with both Alumni and prospective employers to aid students in finding the best match for their skills.
- Alumni looking to reconnect with the school, network with fellow alumni, or needing career assistance, please click here.
- Employers seeking public health interns or job candidates, please click here for more information.
Location & Contact InformationUIC School of Public Health (SPH-PI)1603 W. Taylor Street, (MC 923) Chicago, IL 60612-4394Room 190B firstname.lastname@example.org
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