Pathways to Governmental Public Health.
Are you considering working for a local or state health department following graduation? Each year, the Activist Lab invites officials from the Boston Public Health Commission, MA Department of Public Health, and local health departments from around the state to come to campus and network with students. You’ll have the opportunity to engage with seasoned public health practitioners, and learn more about what working for a state or local government entails. These professionals deal with the fundamental, complex and occasionally bizarre public health issues that crop up in major metropolitan cities and states.Register
Previous panelists include:
- Mary E. Clark, JD, MPH, Director of the Emergency Preparedness Bureau, MDPH
- Tom Carbone, CHO, RS, Director of Public Health, Andover Health Dept & President, Mass. Health Officers Association
- Nicole Daley, MPH, Project Manager, Division of Violence Prevention, Boston Public Health Commission
- Vivian Pun, MPH, Epidemiologist, Occupational Health and Surveillance Program, MDPH
When: Wednesday, September 12th from 11:15 AM – 12:30 PM
Where: Hiebert Lounge
What: Networking Event
This event will be followed by the Dean’s Seminar – Transgender Rights Ballot Battle: What’s At Stake. All attendees of the Pathways Networking Event are encouraged to register and attend.
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