Undergraduate-focused "What's Next" series office guidance, advice for next steps

March 28, 2019

The Bloustein School recently held a panel discussion for undergraduate students considering careers in public health, global health, health administration and related fields, “What’s Next? Finding Your Pathway.” The well-attended program began with an engaging panel discussion featuring Bloustein alumni in the workforce.

Participating in the panel were Jacob Persily ’16 (Health Administration)/(MHA ’19), Decision Support Analyst in the Nursing Division, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital; Kamila Pavezzi ’12 (Public Health), MPH, CHES, Assistant Professor of Professional Practice at the Bloustein School; Tiara Owens ’17 (Health Administration)/(MHA Candidate); Derrick Web ’11 (Public Health)/HO, REHS, MPH, CPS, Deputy Director of Health/Assistant Health Officer, Township of Mount Olive; and Ryan Jeter (MPP candidate), Peace Corps Recruiter for Rutgers Global-Partnerships. Anita Franzione, DrPH, Assistant Teaching Professor at the Bloustein School, moderated the program.

The discussion provided general advice, tips when considering grad school or other opportunities, and how to find a mentor. It was followed by a ‘Coffee and Conversation’ hour, which gave students additional opportunities to talk with the panelists as well as faculty teaching in the Bloustein School.  The event was co-sponsored by the Bloustein School Undergraduate Program and the Office of Student and Academic Services.

To view the recording of the panel, click here.

For more information about this event or future What’s Next events, please contact Amy Abruzzi.

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