Trying to figure out where to start your job search can be hard! It's important to realize that the process should begin long before graduation. Be proactive, and start preparing for the career you want today. The College of Public Health's Office of Admissions and Student Affairs (OASA) provides career services in an effort to support students and alumni at all points along the employment path. It is our goal to bring together employers, students, and alumni to create a more collaborative and connected public health workforce!
Want to discuss career decision making and job search strategies, have your resume and cover letter critiqued, conduct a mock interview, or learn more about the career resources available to you? Career coaching appointments are available Monday-Friday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. To make an appointment, e-mail Scot McIntosh, Director of Student Success, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you need help, let us know.
Workshops, Programs, and Special Events
Student development integrates both in and out-of-class experiences of our students. We provide educational opportunities that are directed at developing both intellect and character of students.
To accomplish this, the University makes available a wide range of educational experiences through programs and activities that complement and support the academic experience in the classroom. Although the primary focus of these activities is to advance student learning, they also provide needed services, support, and recreational opportunities to help students meet the challenges of college and to enhance the quality of student life.
The College of Public Health offers the following workshops throughout the year to assist students with career development:
In addition, the UK Graduate also offers workshops throughout the year. Please check their website for upcoming events: http://www.gradschool.uky.edu/StudentDevelopment/development.html.