Job Outlook

Graduates work to promote social and environmental conditions that contribute to the health of women, children, youth and families. Much of their work is focused on socially and economically vulnerable populations in the US and abroad.

What Do Graduates Do?

Our graduates work in city, county, and state health departments and other government agencies; non-profit organizations, clinics, and agencies; universities; and research institutes. They are public health program and department managers, epidemiologists, clinicians, survey researchers/analysts, health educators, and policy aides.

Examples of Positions Held by Recent Graduates of the Maternal & Child Health MPH Program

Minnesota Department of Health 
Health Educator, Newborn Screening Program

Allina Health 
Senior Clinical Data Analyst

Denver Public Health 
HPV Program Coordinator

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) 
Project Officer – HIV/AIDS Bureau

Comprehensive Abortion Care Initiative
International Planned Parenthood Manager

Save the Children US 
Senior Specialist – Food Security Monitoring and Evaluation

Washington State Department of Health 
CDC/CSTE Applied Epidemiology Fellow

Novu, LLC
Health Engagement Marketing Manager

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