Meet Public Health Career Advisor Caitlin Wilson
Caitlin A. Wilson, MPH has joined the Graduate Public Health Program as a Career Advisor. In this role, in addition to her faculty teaching responsibilities in the MPH program, Caitlin will provide graduate MPH students and alumni an opportunity to participate in career guidance and coaching opportunities to enhance their futures, broaden their network, and achieve professional goals.
Professor Wilson holds a Master of Public Health from the University of Vermont Master of Public Health Program and a BS in Biological Sciences from the University of Vermont. Caitlin’s focus in public health surrounds health equity for vulnerable populations. Caitlin is passionate in public health advocacy, rural healthcare, gerontology, and migrant health. Caitlin has worked for numerous organizations throughout rural Vermont and New Hampshire to promote health and wellness for vulnerable individuals.
Schedule an Appointment with Professor Wilson
Public Health Career Resource Center
It’s true — looking for the right job can often feel like a full-time job unto itself. We’re here to help you look in the right places.
We’ve collected an incredible array of career resources that are geared specifically to starting or growing your career in public health.
In our new Public Health Career Resource Center, you’ll find:
- Internship and Volunteering Resources
- Fellowship Resources
- Job Search Resources
- Resume and CV Resources
- Cover Letter Resources
- LinkedIn and WordPress Resources
- Interview Preparation
- Job and Salary Negotiation Resources
Access the Public Health Career Resource Center Today
Current students can access the Public Health Career Resource Center with a UVM NetID through Blackboard.
Public Health alumni can access career resources in our new Public Health Career Resource Center. No UVM NetID required; you can use an email to create an account.
Connecting the community to UVM Public Health students and graduates
Are you a public health organization that is looking for top talent? We’d love to meet you. Many of our Public Health students are required to complete an Applied Learning Experience (APE) that includes putting their education into action by working at a public health organizations. Students are also interested in paid and unpaid volunteer and research opportunities.
Reach out here If your organization would like to work with our students.