POSITION: Wisconsin Population Health Service Fellowship Program
ORGANIZATION: University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute, School of Medicine and Public Health
The Wisconsin Population Health Service Fellowship Program is a two-year service and training program designed for early career individuals in public health and allied sciences. Fellows are placed in practice-based settings in community, non-profit, governmental, and/or health service organizations around Wisconsin. Through a curriculum focused on health equity and collaborative leadership, Fellows leave the program with a health equity lens applied to their practice as well as tangible skills in public health programming and management. The Wisconsin Population Health Service Fellowship is a program of the UW Population Health Institute’s Mobilizing Action Toward Community Health (MATCH) Group. Funding for the Fellowship Program is provided by the Wisconsin Partnership Program of the UW School of Medicine and Public Health.
For further information & to apply: Application Deadline: January 6, 2020. Visit the Fellowship website for more information about the Fellowship, including the application process, timeline, and requirements: https://uwphi.pophealth.wisc.edu/. There are several upcoming opportunities to learn more about the WI Population Health Service Fellowship program. For details about upcoming virtual information sessions as well as opportunities at the American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting this November in Philadelphia, visit: http://wiphfellowship.org/info-sessions.
POSITION: City Internships (multiple)
ORGANIZATION: City Internships (domestic, global)
CI creates globally engaged, career-ready graduates. Since 2011, our immersive, structured “bridge” programs have equipped graduates with the in-demand skills, experience and links to employers necessary to launch meaningful careers in today’s competitive and evolving employment landscape.
We are a “career accelerator” with a strong track-record in protecting and amplifying the value of students’ post-secondary education. Upon college graduation, CI alumni secure graduate-level employment 3 times more quickly and starting salaries 30 percent higher than their peers.Our overarching mission is to serve as a bridge between traditional education providers and leading companies.
By rigorously enhancing the career preparedness of students via outcomes-focused experiential education, we too serve the dual and mutual interests of employers and traditional educators; enabling companies to build suitably skilled and high-performing teams and colleges to demonstrate quality, relevance and value through favorable education-to-employment outcomes.
3 program formats. 9 career fields. 20 cities.
For 2020, CI offers programs in three formats.
Our Global Accelerator Program (GAP) is our flagship experience. It is an 8-week summer-only program delivered in London and New York. All students attend an 8-week placement with a leading employer in their chosen career field. And students may participate in the GAP program on a resident or non-resident (“commuter”) attendee.
All GAP students undertake a cohort-based “Career Navigator” and “Business Leaders” course of seminars and workshops developed, respectively, to maximize students’ career-readiness and commercial awareness. Our on-the-ground coaches and mentors use productive struggle to challenge and support students in equal measure, facilitating the self-discovery of career preferences, strengths and potential.
Our Global Explorer Program (GEP) offers a more customizable experience. Students may undertake a 6 to 12 week program (with corresponding-length internship placement in their chosen career field), in one of 20 cities, and at at any time of year (programs commence on a rolling monthly basis). All GEP students undertake a personalized, online version of our prized Career Navigator and Business leaders courses. All GEP students also enjoy regular access to career coaches and ongoing guidance.
Our Remote Program (RP) is new for 2020 and offers an experience yielding the benefits of a structured and well-managed remote internship placement, without the logistical and financial overhead associated with relocating elsewhere. Like the GEP, students may undertake a 6 to 12 week program (with corresponding-length internship placement in their chosen career field), in one of 20 cities, and at at any time of year (programs commence on a rolling monthly basis). All RP students undertake an personalized, online version of our prized Career Navigator and Business leaders courses. All RP also students enjoy regular access to career coaches and ongoing guidance.
All programs are open to undergraduate and graduate students from any year and any major. Students may apply directly. Alternatively, students attending partnering colleges may apply via designated portals available through their Career and/or Study Abroad Centers.
- London, Dublin, Paris, Madrid, Barcelona, Shanghai, Tokyo, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Melbourne, Toronto, New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Washington D.C., Boston, Chicago, Miami, San Francisco, Medellin, and Santiago.
Internship placement career fields:
- Banking & financial services, Consulting & Professional services, Marketing, Advertising & PR, Law & Politics, Media, Entertainment & Journalism, Art, Fashion & Design, Start-ups & Entrepreneurship, Technology & Engineering, and Charities, Non-profits & NGOs.
- Program seasons/dates:
- GAP: Summer only. (London and New York only)
- GEP & RP: Year-round, rolling start. (All locations.)
For further information & to apply: To receive a detailed prospectus, please complete this form: https://cityinternships.typeform.com/to/pCywfJ