Career Resources

The Office of Alumni Relations and the Career & Professional Development Center at the School of Public Health partner to provide career services to our alumni free of charge.

Access Job Search and Interview Resources

Post and Search Open Positions

View open positions

One-on-One Coaching

Appointments are available on a limited basis for individualized coaching for SPH alumni. We can help you with:

  • Resumes, cover letters and curriculum vitae assistance
  • Networking
  • Job Searching
  • Interviewing
  • Salary Negotiation

To inquire about an appointment, contact the Career & Professional Development Center:

Phone: 612-626-3500
Office Hours: Monday – Friday
8:00 am – 4:30 pm CST

Develop Your Leadership Skills

Access the Alumni Network

SPH Career Transitions Network

Your public health journey will lead you through multiple stages of your career and many transitions. The University of Minnesota School of Public Health (SPH) believes in supporting our graduates through these transitions so they can continue to improve public health for all.

Facilitated by the professionals of the SPH Career and Professional Development Center, we offer a monthly opportunity for networking, questions, and advice. Each session is confidential and minimally structured to provide time for conversations about your specific transition needs. Possible topics include how to conduct a successful job search, networking strategies, negotiation, and more.

Our Career Transitions Network is free and only open to SPH graduates (any degree or certificate program) who are considering a current or future career transition. All conversations are confidential. For space and hospitality planning purposes, please let us know each time you plan to attend.

Meeting time: Second Wednesday of each month, 12:00-1:00 p.m.
Meeting Location: Meet virtually via Zoom
Questions: or 612-625-0333

Take Classes at Summer Public Health Institute

The SPH Summer Public Health Institute is a great way for SPH alumni to build or refine expertise, broaden career options, and network with other public health professionals and students. Classes are taught by faculty or experts in the field, are roughly a week in length, and all courses are eligible for CPH recertification.

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