Maricopa County Department of Public Health Fellowship Recruitment Beginning Soon

Maricopa County Department of Public Health Fellowship program will begin recruiting their second cohort soon! This two-year program will connect recent graduates of advanced degrees with practical, hands-on learning experience. Fellows will:

  • Get full pay and benefits
  • Work with internal projects to execute initiatives aimed at current public health issues in our communities
  • Get continuous support and mentorship from Fellowship Coordinator and Project Point of Contact
  • Be a part of a Fellowship cohort
  • Transition to Senior status when a new cohort of Fellows join the program

Positions are expected to post in mid-April at Internships and Volunteer Opportunities | Maricopa County, AZ.

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