Yale Public Health Fellowship Program

The Public Health Fellowship Program provides opportunities for university and college students across Connecticut to gain experience in public health careers. Directed by the Department of Public Health Office of Public Health Workforce Development and administered by the Yale School of Public Health and the Office of Public Health Practice, the Public Health Fellowship Program (PHFP) will offer 70 fellowship stipends ($3,500 each) to students for 200 hours of work with an eligible public health agency in 2023. These positions can also be applied to internship and experiential learning requirements.

Fellowship proposals from public health agencies in Connecticut will be reviewed on a rolling basis beginning in January 2023. Once a student has a confirmed placement they may apply for funding. We are excited to bring this program to students across Connecticut to build their public health competencies and understanding of health equity in the State.

Please visit https://sph.yale.edu/ctphfp to learn more or register for an upcoming information session

o    Friday, January 13th 9am

o    Wednesday, January 18th 12pm

o    Friday, January 20th 9am

o    Wednesday, January 25th 12pm

o    Friday, January 27th 9am


By Rick DelVecchio
Rick DelVecchio Director of Career Development