The National Public Health Week fellowship is designed to provide experience in program management, including outreach and graphic design, through the 2020 celebration of NPHW. The fellow will work in Washington, D.C., to provide support to staff leading NPHW efforts, lead outreach efforts in the Billion Steps Challenge and participate in all aspects of planning and execution of the week’s events, both in-person and online.
This is a temporary grant funded position, not to exceed 6 months.
The American Public Health Association (APHA) and the Bloomberg American Health Initiative at the John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH) are partnering to promote actionable research to advance health equity and improve health outcomes. The Policy Fellow will lead the coordination of key activities across content areas such as environmental health, obesity and food systems, adolescent health, violence, and addiction and overdose.
WHO MAY APPLY: Graduates of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health only. The position is grant funded and guaranteed for 9 months.
Create and implement communications and media relations strategies for major Association initiatives and announcements; initiate and manage contacts with the news media; co-edit news blog; and write and develop materials to support communications program to advance the mission, policies and priorities of the Association.