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Information for Organizations

Thank you for your interest in the NYU MPH Program. Students in the program are required to complete varying levels and types of fieldwork, and are encouraged to develop themselves professionally. We seek to connect practitioners and employers working in the field of public health with our accomplished MPH graduate students in multiple ways. Our goal is to cultivate opportunities where academia meets public health practice.

We invite you to join us. 



Hire an
Intern

Interested in having a student do an internship or practicum with your organization? 

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Submit a
Capstone Project

Work with a team of MPH students dedicated to addressing the needs of your organization.

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Post a
Position

Would you like to post a job, internship/practicum or fellowship opportunity to our students and alumni?

Click here

Student network

On November 7th, we are holding the 2014 NYU Public Health Career Fair. This FREE event is an excellent opportunity to meet promising NYU candidates from diverse professional and academic backgrounds who are interested in global and domestic public health practice, management, policy, and research.

If your organization is interested in participating, please click here to register in our system. Once you register, you will receive an email from nyu-mph@csm.symplicity.com regarding your username and password. However, if you are already in our system and have forgotten your password, simply click on "Forgot password". Once logged in, you will see on the bottom right "Attend Events". Under that is the "2014 Public Health Career Fair is currently active". Click there and please follow the instructions.  


Contact Us


NYU MPH Office of Public Health Practice and Career Services
41 East 11th Street, 7th Floor
New  York, NY 10003

mph.practice@nyu.edu
212-992-MPH1 (6741)

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