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Informational Session for Students and Alumni Interested in Global Health Career Opportunities Through USAID


Representatives of the Global Health Technical Professionals (GHTP), Global Health Technical Professionals (GHTP), a US Agency for International Development (USAID) program,   will present an informational  session on career opportunities for early to mid-career global health professionals.    This informational session is scheduled on Wednesday, March 3rd from 12:00 pm to 1:00pm and prior registration is required!  Interested students should register at  https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJctd-2gqzIpGt1tgJBlMM3HLIaQ1bodi0NB

The Global Health Technical Professionals (GHTP) program works with USAID to improve global health, international development, and humanitarian assistance outcomes in communities around the world by providing technical expertise to support current USAID programs.  To help build a pipeline of future global health professionals for USAID, global implementing partners, and bi- and multi-lateral organizations, GHTP works closely with universities with undergraduate and/or graduate programs around the country to identify students with a keen interest in global health.    Sessions provide detailed information on global health career pathways including paid internship opportunities for students and recent graduates.  In addition to sharing future full-time positions during our information sessions, GHTP can connect future global health professionals with one another through our virtual network while providing them with global health resources.

This presentation is sponsored by the Tulane Office of Global Health (https://ogh.tulane.edu/)

Stacy Terrell, Diversity & Inclusion Manager

Global Health Technical Professionals (GHTP)