Externship - Approved Placements
Center for Disease Control & Prevention
The Public Health Law Program of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention welcomes applications for its internship program from graduate students in law, public health, and related academic fields. Interns generally serve in the offices of the Public Health Law Program in Atlanta, Georgia, although other locations may be considered. The mission of the CDC Public Health Law Program is to improve the health of the public through law. The objectives of the internship program are: • To encourage graduate students to learn about, and possibly consider careers in public health law • To offer a rewarding professional experience at CDC, the Nation's prevention agency • To contribute to the fulfillment of CDC objectives Generally, only one or two interns participate at any given time. Interns work with Program staff on projects of mutual interest and are given opportunities to learn about other areas of CDC. To learn more about the developmental assignments and opportunities offered to interns, visit http://www2.cdc.gov/phlp/internship.asp.
Ms. Heather H. Horton ,
Dept:Public Health Division
Center for Disease Control and Prevention
1600 Clifton Rd., M/S D53
Atlanta, Georgia 30333