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All students are invited to an informal gathering to kick off the semester with a New Orleans summertime treat, Snoballs, from local favorite, Plum Street Snoballs. No RSVP required. Bring a friend and stop in! 

The David A. Gee Administrative Fellowship is a two-year paid position that provides graduates from MHA, MBA, MPH, or other healthcare related professional programs with unique exposure to the operation and governance of Barnes-Jewish Hospital, affiliated with the Washington University School of Medicine. Barnes-Jewish Hospital is an industry leader for academic medicine and has been on U.S. News & World Report Honor Roll for the last 23 years, and ranked #11 of Best Hospitals in America by U.S. News & World Report in 2016-2017.


All SPHTM Students are welcome to attend this event and learn more about Fullbright Programs as well as different research tools to make the most of your job/internship search!

Dr. Jennifer Beers and Dr. Charlotte Maheu Vail from Tulane University Honors Program will review resources available to you to be the best applicant for Fulbright programs and other nationally competitive scholarships. 

Isha Varma, MPH '14, Manager of Monitoring and Evaluation at Americares will discuss her career path and experiences working in international health, and how students can best utilize their experiences now as students to develop a future in international health industries. 


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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Health Scientist, Stephanie Dopson, MSW, MPH, will speak about distinguishing yourself in a practicum or internship, and how to best utilize these opportunities for your career. 

She will also speak on her experience working at the CDC.


Career Services event: The Two Hour Job Search: Using Technology to Get the Right Job Faster, with Steve Dalton. 2:00-5:00pm, McKeever Conference Room, LBC (Uptown). 

Are you feeling stressed out about finding a job? Could you use a little help motivating yourself to keep searching for that dream position?

All Graduate Students are welcome to attend and learn about effective goal setting and removing barriers to success in the job search. Led by Margie Cartwright, SPHTM Senior Director of Career Services and Dr. Donna Bender, Counseling and Psychological Services ("CAPS") Director, this event will allow students to connect with peers for both encouragement and accountability in their job search. 

Are you looking for a life changing career event?

Tulane University's Career Guru in Residence, best-selling author of 12 books on career development, and internationally renowned speaker, Donald Asher, will lead a workshop that will be well worth your time.

Learn life-long professional skills you will use throughout your career

Learn how to:
* Never leave money on the table
* Find meaning in a job without compromising your ideals
* Gain confidence in any job market


This is the second in a two-part series for graduate SPHTM students. Participants will be expected to have read The 2-Hour Job Search and come prepared to discuss the results of their outreach using the 3-B-7 method.


Please see RSVP and other event information for Part 1 of the 2 Hour Job Search Workshop Series:

This is the first in a two-part, intensive, interactive program suited to students looking for a summer position, post-graduation job, or to expand their professional network. Over the course of the workshop series, students will implement a precise method of outreach with guidance and support.