Resources from previous careers events can be found lower down the page. They include recordings of a number of talks, workshops and larger events, slides from careers workshops and notes from some of the talks given by guest speakers.
Forthcoming events(no booking required except where specified)
Global and Public Health Careers panel discussion - 3 March
Student and Alumni networking event - 10 March
Our lunchtime workshops take place from 12.45-13.40 - do bring your lunch (except for the LinkedIn sessions, which are in computer rooms). The next workshops will be:
CV Writing, Tues 25 Feb in LG81
Interviews, Wed 26 Feb in LG81
Securing your first fieldwork experience, Tues 3 Mar in LG81
LinkedIn - Why use it and how to get the most from it, Wed 4 Mar in LG2
How to choose a career, Tues 10 Mar in LG81
Careers options following your master's, Wed 11 Mar in LG81
How to build contacts to develop your career, Tues 17 Mar in LG81
CV Writing, Wed 18 Mar in LG81
Further titles to follow.
The next student seminar will be on Friday 6 March and will have a focus on work relating to the environment and sustainability. Further details to follow.
Resources from previous events
If you couldn't attend an event use the links below to access:
- slides and resources from workshops by careers consultants
- recordings and notes from alumni, employer, guest speaker and panel event
- recordings from 2020 Student Seminars
Some previous alumni talks:
- Komal Gill, DTM&H alumna speaking about her work as a GP and with MSF in South Sudan
- Clyde (Lanny) Lanford Smith, founder of Doctors for Global Health
- Molly Martell, speaking about options in Biotech for MSc graduate
- Dr Alex Kumar, Global Health Physician James Cherry MD, Distinguished Research Professor of Pediatrics, UCLA
- Charles Ebikeme, Science Officer, International Council for Science
- Ben Marshall, respiratory specialist
- Anne Stevenson, HPPF alumna and the Program Director for the Neuropsychiatric Genetics of African Populations (NeuroGAP) - Psychosis study at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the Broad Institute. Read her blog
- Sarah Wookey, DTM&H alumna speaking about her work with MSF in Chad
Recordings of alumni talks are available under 'Resources from previous events'