Information for Employers


The Graduate Program in Public Health offers employers an opportunity to connect with our MPH students and graduates.

Our students graduate with an innovative and exceptional education in public health, hands-on practical experience in the field, and intensive research training at one of the nation’s top research institutions within the largest health care system in New York City.

We offer employers the opportunity to recruit job candidates that meet your organization’s specific goals and objectives. Learn more about ways to connect directly with our students and graduates:

Coffee Chats are approximately 1-1.5 hours and allow you to share information about your company/organization, the positions you are hiring for, and the qualifications you look for when hiring. These sessions also provide an opportunity for students and recruiters to network.

We will reserve space and take care of marketing/advertising. 

Interview Days provide an opportunity for you to recruit for specific positions on campus. We can be involved as little or as much as you would like. We will reserve space for you to interview our MPH students, advertise to students/alumni, pre-screen candidate resumes, and create the interview schedule based on your specifications. This is a great way to find high-quality job candidates for your open positions.

Complete this form if you’re interested in On-Campus Recruitment

Industry Career Panels are an opportunity for students to hear an insider perspective about different careers in public health. Professionals can share information about their company, specific job functions, and their advice for getting into the field. Career Panels are usually 1.5-2 hours in the evening and are followed by a networking reception for students and panelists.

Some examples of past Industry Career Panels:

  • Emerging Careers in Public Health – Consulting
  • DrPH vs PhD

Complete this form if you’re interested in being a part of an Industry Career Panel

If you are an employer interested in hiring Mount Sinai Public Health students please complete this form or contact:

Kelly Gentry, MA, LAC