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ASPH, APHL Announce Funded Proposals for Pathways Career, Internship Events

ASPH and the Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) are pleased to announce ten CDC-funded proposals for career day events and undergraduate internship programs. In December 2008, proposals were accepted for events focused on undergraduate/graduate education and careers in public health and internship programs, which encourage undergraduate students to explore careers in public health and public health laboratory science.  The funded proposals were selected through an objective review process. To view a map of the ten funded projects, click here. Funded programs will be highlighted online at Pathways to Public Health.

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