Professional Development Series: Job Search Strategy

There are four key steps to creating a successful job search strategy: setting goals, developing application materials, utilizing job search tools, and networking. In this workshop, you’ll learn techniques for developing a job search strategy to increase your chances to success.

This workshop is open to all students and a part of the Professional Development Series and meets the requirement for the success completion of PBHL 500.

Cast your Vote for Coffee & Convos

The Office of Student Affairs needs your help! We are seeking the best evening to hold Coffee & Convos. Cast your vote for the evening that generally works best for your schedule:

Coffee & Convos is the Dornsife School of Public Health’s networking event series. Public health professionals and alumni are invited to share information about their Organization, reflect on professional experiences, or discuss employment opportunities with students. Students benefit from this opportunity to network with alumni and public health professionals, and explore work environments, industries, and public health career paths over coffee.

DSPH Human Rights Pin

The Office of Student Affairs is distributing the DSPH Human Rights Pin to any incoming, face-to-face DSPH students who were absent from the Welcome and Pinning Ceremony on Friday, September 16, 2022. Students may pick up pins in person from Rory Schonning beginning Wednesday, September 21 from 9:00AM and 4:00PM in the Dean’s Office suite (Nesbitt Hall, 2nd floor, 3215 Market Street Philadelphia, PA, 19104).

Online students will receive their pin via mail in several weeks.

If you have any questions, please contact Michelle Quigley.

Professional Development Series: Job Search Strategy

There are four key steps to creating a successful job search strategy: setting goals, developing application materials, utilizing job search tools, and networking. In this workshop, you’ll learn techniques for developing a job search strategy to increase your chances to success.

This workshop is open to all students and a part of the Professional Development Series and meets the requirement for the success completion of PBHL 500.