Your Alumni Community
Our community of more than 18,000 graduates is making an impact in California, nationally and across the globe.
The professional network available to Berkeley Public Health alumni is one of the school’s greatest assets.
Our graduates hold major positions in health departments, hospitals, national and international organizations, in local, state, and federal government, in voluntary health organizations, in the corporate sector, and in health care and health promotion organizations.
Keep in touch with your BPH classmates by attending an alumni event.
LinkedIn Group for Alumni
Join the discussion in the School of Public Health’s LinkedIn alumni group. All UC Berkeley School of Public Health alumni are welcome to join.
Alumni: Seeking a new career opportunity? Our jobsite includes full-time and part-time positions for alumni with bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees; it lists opportunities for entry- through senior-level public health professionals.
Employers: Join our jobsite to recruit current students and alumni for bachelors, masters or doctoral-level positions. You can post full-time or part-time jobs, internships, fellowships and volunteer opportunities on our site to find your ideal candidate.
Public Health Alumni Association Webinars
The UC Berkeley Public Health Alumni Association board of directors is hosting a series of webinars to provide professional development opportunities for alumni and students.
@cal Alumni Network
@cal is the official online community for the University of California, Berkeley.
The benefits of joining @cal include:
- A free Cal email forwarding address. Recent grads can convert their student address to a forwarding address.
- The ability to search and contact other UC Berkeley alumni.
- A free public profile—an easy way to start or improve your online presence.
As one of our career champions, you can help Berkeley Public Health students in meaningful ways, including:
- Sharing your knowledge and offering networking opportunities.
- Providing ways for students to explore work in various public health fields.
- Inspiring new professionals to discover public health careers with meaning and purpose.
New alumni association co-presidents hope to boost networking opportunities, diversity and inclusion
Op-Ed: Only states can stop antiabortion ‘crisis pregnancy centers’ from deceiving consumers
The Los Angeles Times; by Jessica Hamilton and Joint Medical Program graduate Christine Henneberg
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