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Conferences & Events

Outbreak: Plagues that changed History
September 27 – January 30, 2009
Organized by the Global Health Odyssey Museum; come see Byrn Barnard’s images of the symptoms and paths of the world’s deadliest diseases – and how the epidemics they spawned have changed history forever.

Opportunities at CDC

CDC Careers in Action

CDC Careers in Action

Have you seen us in action? Read about real CDC people who work in your field of interest and how they contribute to CDC´s mission.
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Employment Opportunities

Why Work at CDC?
The answer is because CDC employees make a real difference in the health and well-being of people here and around the world. Learn how to join our team.
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Safer, healthier, people.
Are you trained to make a difference in Public Health? The world depends on us to solve its health problems; we depend on you to make that happen. Learn more about our training programs.
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Ready to put that hard earned education to use? Whether you are a high school student, in your freshman year in college, working on your doctorate, or somewhere in between, we have an opportunity for you.
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Student Opportunities

Ready to put that hard earned education to use? Our student employment programs, internships, and career development programs guarantee valuable paid and non-paid work experience.
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Science Ambassador Program

The Science Ambassador Program is a unique opportunity for current and future science teachers to partner with the Coordinating Center for Health Promotion.
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Volunteer Opportunities

Get Active: Volunteer!
Get Active: Volunteer! The goal of CDC Volunteer programs is to promote physical activity through environmental improvement projects such as trail building; which in turn provide better access to recreational facilities for the community.
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Emerging Leaders Program

CDC participates in the Department of Health and Human Services´ (HHS) Emerging Leaders Program (ELP). This program enables CDC to recruit high potential employees and send them through a two-year leadership development program.
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Page last reviewed: April 18, 2008
Page last updated: April 18, 2008
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