UTHealth School of Public Health Career and Alumni Services is available to assist students and alumni in successfully connecting and building long-term relationships with employers. To this end, it provides practical resources such as links to public health resources and job opportunities; it also offers information sessions on topics such as using Handshake, an online job board and career development platform, and completing a practicum.
Career and Alumni Services is located in the Houston campus, but it serves students and alumni at all campuses. For questions or more information about their resources and services, please contact them via e-mail (students: SPHCareerServices@uth.tmc.edu; alumni: SPHAlumni@uth.tmc.edu).
A PDF version of their "Resume and CV Guide" is provided below:
Lionel Santibáñez of Writing Support Services has developed a presentation on preparing CVs that is based on the UTHealth School of Public Health Faculty Guidelines for Tenure and Promotion. Because there are institutional preferences for CVs, some of the information presented may not apply or may apply differently at other academic institutions. However, the general principles for preparing CVs are applicable everywhere.
A PDF version of this presentation, "(De)constructing the CV," is provided below:
These resources are designed to help you succeed in public health beyond graduate school:
PDF versions of especially helpful guides, with plenty of samples, are provided below:
1. The Penn State Graduate Writing Center has developed several resources related to writing personal statements for applications.
PDF and PPT versions of relevant workshops are included below:
2. The Career and Professional Development Center at Carnegie Mellon University has developed several useful resources related to personal statements:
3. Purdue OWL offers a resource focused specifically on personal statement writing, "Writing the Personal Statement," which provides examples of effective personal statements, advice from admissions staff, and the top-10 rules and top-10 pitfalls.
In the following vidcast, Purdue OWL discusses how to create personal statements for academic purposes (i.e., school admissions and scholarships).