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CDC Fellowships

by Carolina on July 5, 2010

Here are some opportunities for career development of public health training for students and public health professionals at the Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Student Internships and Fellowships

CDC offers a variety of internships and fellowships for students in areas of interest such as environmental health, epidemiology, general public health, global health, and laboratory research.


Environmental health

Collegiate Leaders in Environmental Health (CLEH)

Summer Program in Environmental Health


Epidemiology Elective Program

The CDC Experience Fellowship in Applied Epidemiology

General public health

ASPH/CDC Public Health Internship Program

Global health

CDC-Hubert Global Health Fellowship

Laboratory research

James A. Ferguson Emerging Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program

Career Training Fellowships

There are a variety of career trainings for graduates with bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degrees, medical and other public health professionals in different areas of interest on Computer science and information systems, epidemiology, general public health, global public health, health economics and quantitative policy analysis, laboratory research, management and leadership, preventive medicine, and public health management.


Computer Science and Information Systems

Public Health Informatics Fellowship Program


Epidemic Intelligence Service

General Public Health

ASPH/CDC Public Health Fellowship Program

Global Public Health

ASPH/CDC Allan Rosenfield Global Health Fellowship Program

Health Economics and Quantitative Policy Analysis

Prevention Effectiveness Fellowship Program

Laboratory Research

Emerging Infectious Diseases (EID) Advanced Laboratory Training Fellowship

Management and Leadership

Emerging Leaders Program at CDC

Presidential Management Fellows at CDC

Preventive Medicine

Preventive Medicine Residency and Fellowship

Public Health Management

Public Health Apprentice Program

For more information you can access CDC website.

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