Sign up to receive the bi-annual Alumni Newsletter and learn about ways to continue your engagement with OOMPH.
Check out the Catalog of Online Courses for opportunities to refresh or expand your knowledge of current public health trends.
When “seats” are available, OOMPH invites Alumni to enroll in courses as non-degree students.
Or try some free BPH courses designed for clinical professionals and public health practitioners, and available to students and professionals in other fields as well.
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Your gift helps with important program goals such as providing fellowships to address the financial needs of a diverse and highly qualified group of mid-career MPH candidates from around the world, and instructional innovation to continue providing the highest quality education to our students. With your generosity, we can train the next generation of global public health change makers to improve health locally and globally in real time and ensure that they can continue their studies while working in their home communities.
Berkeley Public Health Career Services offers BPH alumni several resources:
Stay involved by volunteering! Host an OOMPH Practicum or become an Ambassador.
MPH practicum opportunities are invited year-round, ideally with advance notice to provide time for an application, selection, and orientation process.
We welcome all submissions via PHLEX, and invite you to reach out to team members Kandis Rodgers firstname.lastname@example.org Schedule an appointment, or Caitlyn Green email@example.com, Schedule an appointment to discuss your practicums, summer internships, and other professional opportunities.
UC Berkeley Online MPH Ambassadors are part of an official UC Berkeley alumni group of senior public health professionals who support OOMPH, a fast-growing public health online graduate program for future change-makers.
For one or more semesters, ambassadors are paired with mid-level professionals who are considering advancing or switching their careers in the public health sector and inform prospective students about their student experiences, choosing online formats, and career routes after graduation.
You will leave a lasting impression and your perspective is one that that will shape OOMPH students’ introductions to our program.
As a Course Facilitator, you will be part of an instructional team led by the Faculty Instructor. Course enrollment numbers determine the size of the instructional team. There is one Course Facilitator for every 35-40 students enrolled in the course. Course Facilitator is a working title for a UC Berkeley graduate student, or GSI; or a non-UCB student/public health professional, or Lecturer. Contact Lucas Carlton firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.