Sisters in Public Health is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a vision to connect all women in public health. Their mission is to create a safe space to empower, educate, and evolve the next generation of women in public health. They do this by hosting professional development events, quarterly socials, and offering two $1,000 scholarships. The Frazier Fund is for Master level students, and The Lockett Award is for Doctorate level students.
They will be hosting scholarship informational sessions on February 21st and February 22nd and the application opens on March 6th. Learn more about our scholarships here.
To learn more about Sisters in Public Health and register for the scholarship informational sessions, click here. This is the best way to stay up to speed on announcements, events, scholarship opportunities, job postings, merchandise, and connecting with other women in public health. They have an engaged Facebook Group with over 4K members who support one another on theirpublic health journey. As well as their Membership Program, is available to individuals studying for a public health-related degree, working in public health, the wider health sector, or allies of public health. Learn more about membership here.