Alumni Career Resources

We are pleased to offer a suite of personalized career resources to our alumni to help you to navigate your next steps. If you have any questions during your journey, please email [email protected].


    SPH's Opportunities Database Updated weekly, Brown Public Health curates a database of public health jobs, internships and fellowships
    Brunonia Career-focused resources from the Brown Alumni Association
    Postgraduate Jobs at Brown Staff via Workday
    Faculty via HERC

    Participate in:

    Webinars/Workshops View upcoming career-focused events with the School of Public Health and CareerLAB
    Advising Sessions Personalized advising sessions to discuss your career advising needs (SPH students and alumni)
    Campus Programming Nelson Center (business and entrepreneurship)
    Sheridan Center (teaching and learning)
    Swearer Center (community engagement)
    Watson Institute (international and public affairs)

    Subscribe to:

    Brown Public Health's Career and Community Engagement Newsletter Subscribe
    Brown Public Health Careers LinkedIn Group Request to Join
    CareerLAB's Recruiting Newsletter Subscribe

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    In addition to Brown's career-focused resources above, we encourage you to maximize your search using all available resources, including:

    Public Health Databases

    General Databases

    Audience-Specific Databases

    Additional Career Resources

    LinkedIn offers a suite of tools to help you present yourself professionally, learn new skills, network, and more. We encourage all alumni to consider:

    In addition to LinkedIn, you might also consider creating/updating your ResearchGate profile to maximize exposure to potential employers.

    You bring the resources, expertise, and connections of your fellow Brown alumni with you. For a general overview of our graduates' next steps, explore our undergraduate post-graduate data and graduate career outcomes. To support your outreach, we encourage you to take advantage of the opportunities below: