Featured Services

Career Fairs

The Office of Career Development hosts two annual career fairs where public health and healthcare organizations converge to network with bright and promising Rollins students and alumni. The event provides an exciting atmosphere to learn of opportunities, hiring practices, desired skill sets, and future needs. Learn More >>


The Rollins School of Public Health (RSPH) Mentoring Program, MentorRollins, is an annual program that matches public health professionals with students to enhance professional development, promote conversation and communication, and increase knowledge of public health as practiced in the community. Learn More >>

Mock Interview Night

The Mock Interview Event occurs once per semester and allows students to practice their interviewing and networking skills in a supportive environment to gain feedback on a skill of critical importance to their future public health careers. Public health professionals, alumni, and Rollins School of Public Health staff and faculty serve as mock interviewers by conducting two 30-minute interviews and provide valuable feedback upon the conclusion of the interviews. A networking reception follows the mock interviews providing an opportunity to connect students with public health professionals, RSPH alumni and staff, and other public health professionals. Learn More >>


The Office of Career Development offers numerous educational workshops and day-long seminars for students and alumni throughout the year to help advance professional development. In addition, the Office of Career Development coordinates informational panel sessions on careers in diverse areas of public health as well as general student professional development. Learn More >>

Networking Events

The Office of Career Development organizes several networking receptions to provide a convenient and comfortable avenue for students to network with alumni and public health professionals. Some of these networking nights are centered on different sectors within public health, including government, healthcare, consulting and international work experience. Learn More >>

Career Development Ambassadors

Career Development Ambassadors (CDA) is a volunteer, student-led organization at Rollins that gains programmatic experience assisting the Office of Career Development in large events and preparing students in networking, career development and professionalism. Learn More >>

Community Advisory Board

Community Advisory Board (CAB) assists the Office of Career Development in understanding how the needs of employers can be met by the talent, skills, and knowledge of RSPH graduates. This group is composed of representatives from institutions that are the employers, potential employers and practicum preceptors of RSPH students. The board meets at RSPH to discuss the performance of current students and graduates and how training programs can be adjusted to help students better develop competencies that the work environment requires or desires. The CAB shares this information with programs and administrators who use this information in periodic evaluations of their training programs and the revision of its competencies. Learn More >>

Faculty Advisory Board

The Office of Career Development's Faculty Advisory Board (FAB) is a collaboration between faculty, Career Development, and other Rollins staff to increase communication between the Office of Career Development, RSPH departments, and faculty. The board creates a forum for Career Development to receive feedback from faculty and share information about the activities and events of Career Development. The Board also strengthens the Career Development program through the delivery of consistent messages about employment to students. Learn More >>

Public Health In Action: A Celebration

At the end of the academic year, the Office of Career Development hosts a reception called Public Health in Action. The event includes the presentation of several awards for exceptional adjunct faculty. In addition, the event recognizes superior students, whose practica are displayed with impressive poster presentations. Overall, the night recognizes great achievement in the field of public health and putting theory into practice. It rounds out the year with a convivial atmosphere that strengthens ties both within the Rollins School of Public Health and with community partners. Learn More >>