Recruitment and Outreach Opportunities

In an effort to promote diversity and strengthen the educational pipeline, the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health is dedicated to recruiting and mentoring individuals from diverse backgrounds at various career stages.


Emerging Researchers National Conference in STEM

To provide access and exposure to public health, there are several opportunities for engagement included on the subsequent pages, which range from undergraduate to postdoctoral level training.

*NEW* Graduate Application Counseling

The 2015 – 2016 admissions season is here!

Do you need assistance with your personal statement? Would you like someone to review the pieces of your application prior to applying? Do you have questions about how to make your application as competitive as possible?

Schedule a personal session with Ms. Nobles, who will be in the exhibit hall at several conferences.  If you are unable to meet at the venues listed below, please feel free to schedule a call, SKYPE session, or in person meeting.

Date Location Event
September 19, 2014 New York, NY Equal Opportunity Publication’s
STEM diversity Career Expo
October 16-18, 2014 Los Angeles, CA 2014 SACNAS National Conference
October 25, 2014 Bowling Green, OH 2014 Midwest Pre-Health Conference
November 12, 2014 Washington, DC Thurgood Marshall 14th Annual Leadership Institute
November 12-15, 2014 San Antonio, TX Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students

To meet with a Harvard Chan School representative at a location near you, please review our  recruitment calendar.

Shermaine Hutchins, an attendee at the annual outreach conference to increase diversity, hosted by the Center for Communicable Disease Dynamics creates this video providing an inside look into the May 2014 conference.

The School is dedicated to developing programs and opportunities for enrichment.  If you have any questions or suggestions related to recruitment programs, you are encouraged to contact Felisa Nobles, Director of Recruitment Programs and Special Assistant to the Associate Dean of Diversity at