Service Fellowship for U.S. Citizens and Noncitizens
Fellowship programs covered by Title 42, Public Health Service Act are open to U.S. citizens and noncitizens. Contact the specific CDC organization for information about service fellowships
Senior Service Fellows
To qualify you’ll need a doctoral degree or foreign equivalent obtained from a recognized college or university and substantial postdoctoral experience in a scientific field related to CDC’s mission.
Associate Service Fellows
To qualify you’ll need a master’s degree or foreign equivalent obtained from a recognized college or university and related postgraduate experience.
Regular Fellows are classified as trainees and do not require a Full-time equivalent (FTE). They are appointed to study physical and mental diseases and impairments of humankind, as well as learn about the organization, provision and financing of health services and information communication.
Download this PDF for more information on the provisions of the fellowship programs and the benefits for individuals appointed to the Service Fellowship Program.
If you are in college, have recently graduated, or are currently working in the public health arena, please visit the CDC public health training and fellowship website to learn more about opportunities at CDC.
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