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Partnerships are essential to the equity plan for public health. Through partnerships, we aim to promote and support the recruitment and retention efforts for the public health laboratory workforce.​

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HOSA’s International Leadership Conference 20246/26/20246/29/2024HOSA Future Health Professionals Website In Person

​HOSA-Future Health Professionals! It’s time for a new wave. This next year of HOSA leaders will change the game with innovations in education and in the health industry. It’s a new year, a time for new traditions and ways to do things. Change your perspective, adjust your goals and get ready to Dare to Create! Conference Location: Houston, TX.​​​

In-Person Public Health Improvement Training (PHIT) and NNPHI National Network of Public Health Institutes Annual Conference5/20/20245/21/2024National Network of Public Health Institutes Website Hybrid

The Public Health Improvement Training (PHIT) will feature a series of hands-on, skill-building workshops and purposeful networking on public health performance improvement. This event will feature a one-and-a-half-day in-person convening on May 20th & 21st, 2024, in New Orleans, Louisiana, and a virtual event on June 3-5, 2024.​​​​

APHL Annual Conference5/6/20245/9/2024APHL WebsiteIn Person

The APHL 2024 Annual Conference will be held May 6-9, 2024, in Milwaukee, WI. The conference is an in-person only event for the public health​ laboratory community, bringing together leaders, scientists, influencers and partners to share issues, trends and best practices driving laboratory science and public health today. Select sessions will be recorded and available for on-demand access after the conference. We’re excited to connect in Milwaukee and share the experience with our members and partners!​​​

2024 ASPPH Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health Annual Meeting3/21/20243/23/2024ASPPH WebsiteIn Person

The 2024 ASPPH Annual Meeting for Academic Public Health is March 21-23, 2024, at the Crystal Gateway Marriott in Arlington, VA. The Annual Meeting convenes graduate and undergraduate academic public health leaders, faculty, students, and members of the public health community from around the world to engage in discussions and share new strategies and tools to strengthen education, practice, and research in public health. 



AIHEC 2024 American Indian Higher Education Consortium3/9/20243/12/2024AIHEC WebsiteIn Person

Join us for the AIHEC American Indian Higher Education Consortium Student Conference on March 9-12 in Minneapolis, MN. The theme is Honoring Our Traditions and Adapting to Our Future. ​​​​

Sonoma Career Fair (Career Fest) 20243/8/20243/8/2024Sonoma State University WebsiteIn Person

​Local public health laboratory professionals will be available to promote career pathways in public health laboratory science at the career fair. Attendees are encouraged to stop by and learn about fellowship and internship opportunities!

UCA Spring Job Fair 20243/6/20243/6/2024University of Central Arkansas WebsiteIn Person

APHL representatives will be available to promote career pathways in public health laboratory science at the career fair. ​Attendees are encouraged to stop by and learn about fellowship and internship opportunities!​​​​​

LEAP into Career Pathways in Public Health Laboratory Science2/29/20242/29/2024Handshake Online

The Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) welcomes students and alumni from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Predominantly Black Institutions (PBIs) to learn more about APHL-CDC Public Health Laboratory Fellowship and Internship opportunities. Join this webinar to learn how you can jumpstart your career in public health laboratory science. 

APHL-ASCP BOC Webinar2/27/20242/27/2024APHL Learning Center WebsiteOnline

The ASCP Board of Certification (BOC) is patient-centric and elevates peer laboratory professionals through rigorous examinations, tailored to today’s laboratory medicine and pathology practice models. ASCP BOC’s core mission is to uphold the highest standards of certification for laboratory professionals, benefiting patients worldwide. Since its establishment in 1928, the ASCP BOC has successfully credentialed over 625,000 laboratory professionals. We invite you to join this webinar hosted by The Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL), where you will delve deeper into the ways ASCP BOC credentials can elevate your career in public health laboratory science, offering invaluable opportunities for professional advancement. Registration information to come soon!

JSU Spring 2024 Career Expo2/22/20242/22/2024Jackson State University WebsiteIn Person

​APHL representatives will be available to promote career pathways in public health ​laboratory science at the career fair. ​​Attendees are encouraged to stop by and learn about fellowship and internship opportunities!​​​​

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