triangle global health career day
Friday, February 7, 2020
triangle global health career day 2020!
Register now to attend the fifth annual Triangle Global Health Career Day on Friday, February 7th to explore a wide range of health careers, cultivate your network with local health leaders, and learn how to prepare for your job search from our expert speakers.
Triangle Global Health Career Day provides an excellent opportunity for students and professionals interested in careers in global health to learn more about the field, make connections with influential individuals and institutions, and sharpen and develop marketable skills. Attendees will have opportunities to speak one-on-one with representatives from global health organizations to learn more about their work, hiring practices, and current opportunities.
The day’s activities will also include skill-building sessions, time for networking with local leaders in global health, and information and advice on entering into the field.
PLEASE NOTE - REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AT 5:00 PM ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4TH.
Friday, February 7
9:15 AM - 4:00 PM
3040 E Cornwallis Road
(REGISTRATION CLOSES AT 5PM
ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4)
Member: Full-time student: $10
Non-member: Full-time student: $20
Member: Professional: $15
Non-member: Professional: $25
Thank you to our 2020 host
Doors Open - Attendee Check-in and Exhibitor Floor Open
Join our panelists to explore a range of global health careers across various sectors. Panelists will share their experiences and discuss important aspects of global health career paths.
Lunch: Networking, Exhibit Space Open
Attendees may bring lunch, pre-order a boxed lunch or purchase food from the RTI cafeteria.
How will advances in health research, technology, public policy, and other drivers impact health workers in the US and around the world? Local health leaders will share their perspectives on the future health workforce and trends shaping global health careers.
Break: Networking, Exhibit Space Open
Join our panelists to gain insights on frequently asked questions related to the hiring process including "do's" and "don't's" for cover letters and CVs, how to get a first interview, how to frame your experience and skills to catch a recruiter's eye, and more!
Wrap Up and Networking
Panel: Careers in Global Health
Roundtable: Leadership Perspectives on the Future Health Workforce
Paul Domanico, PhDSenior Director of Global Health Sciences, Clinton Global Health Access Initiative
Panel: Career Development and Talent Sourcing
Sarah Martin, M.Ed.Assistant Director for Graduate Admissions and Special Projects,
Duke Global Health Institute