Alumni Career Profiles

Community Health alumni career profiles

Trying to choose the best career path may be difficult when you have not had real experience in the public health field. There are countless opportunities and paths to pursue, which is why we strive to equip our students with the tools and support they need to choose the public health career best for them.

Alumni from our Bachelor of Science in Public Health - Community Health program who are working in the field were once prospective students too. Several of them have agreed to share their success stories in hopes of helping you discover a career in community health that you will love. 

Mark Daiuto, BSPH-CH 2017

Mark believes the BSPH-Community Health program has set him up for success in many ways. It not only made him a more competitive applicant for medical school, but also allowed him to join a few quality-improvement programs at Riley Children’s Hospital. He also feels it is a wonderful base for any graduate program, as he has used this degree as a platform to pursue his MD-MPH.

Read Mark's story

Luz Machuca, BSPH-CH 2019

After graduating, Luz started a paid summer internship at the Youth Diabetes Prevention Clinic where she assists with recruiting, planning, implementation, and evaluation of a new community diabetes prevention program. She also does data entry for participants and facilitates health education sessions.

 Read Luz's story

Kacie McGill, BSPH-CH 2017

Before graduating, Kacie completed a summer internship at Healthy Communities of Clinton County Coalition, a local nonprofit that works to improve the overall well-being of Clinton County and other surrounding areas. Having grown up in Clinton County, she is excited to now to be involved in improving the wellbeing of its members by helping to reduce the county's tobacco burden.

Read Kacie's story

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