Employer Career Resources

As an employer working with the Colorado School of Public Health (ColoradoSPH), you have access to a talented and growing pool of public health professionals. Our students graduate from a CEPH-accredited institution and train with nationally-recognized faculty from three leading schools—the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, the Colorado State University, and the University of Northern Colorado.

Our students learn about a wide-range of public health topics and graduate with skills and competencies across all five core public health disciplines—biostatistics and informatics; community and behavioral health; environmental and occupational health; epidemiology; and health systems, management and policy. Students also spend time honing their professional skills through hands-on learning experiences such as practicum and capstone projects, volunteer initiatives, and research activities. 

Hire students and alumni

Make ColoradoSPH your first source for hiring and talent sourcing. .Our students bring a diverse blend of experience, knowledge, and skills that can provide long-term value to your organization. Post your job and practicum, capstone, interns​hip, and volunteer opportunities on our career platform—Handshake.

Network and stay connected

Are you interested in creating future hiring pipelines or growing your organization's brand? Here are a few ways you can stay engaged with our school community:

  • Join the Colorado School of Public Health group on LinkedIn. Post discussions, promote your events, and connect with students, faculty, staff, alumni and other public health community members.
  • Host information sessions, panels, or brown bag luncheons to educate students about your organization.
  • Connect with ColoradoSPH faculty from different departments and centers by serving as a guest speaker, engaging in collaborative research, or connecting with our specialized centers.
  • Contribute through giving, endowments, pledges, and more.

If you need more information or would like to schedule a consultation meeting to further engage with us, please contact us at ColoradoSPH.Careers@cuanschutz.edu.

Host a practicum student

Nearly all ColoradoSPH students are required to participate in a practicum project, an opportunity for students to developp professional skills and lead projects in a public health setting. In turn, our community preceptors not only receive tangible deliverables from students but can screen for future hiring opportunities as well.

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