Careers at CDC
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention works 24/7 to provide the American public with timely and accurate health information, responding to public health emergencies and natural disasters, and monitoring the spread of dangerous and life-threatening diseases.
Are you a scientist engaged in public health research, studies, training or investigations? You may qualify for a fellowship. Explore our programs below to find one that is right for you.
From Angola to Zimbabwe, CDC’s presence is felt in over 40 countries worldwide through partnerships with international and multinational public health agencies and nongovernmental organizations.
CDC mission support jobs play an integral role in supporting CDC's front line. Whether the duties are negotiating and procuring contracts or typing memorandums for the CDC director, each job is essential and contributes greatly to the success of meeting the agency's mission.