WEBINAR - Insight into behavioral health careers in 2019
Have a passion for helping people? Interested in a career in behavioral health? Learn what it takes to succeed in a career in behavioral health with Jeffrey Oxendine, MPH, MBA, and Kimberly Mayer, MSSW.
Jeffrey Oxendine is the founder of My Health Career Navigator and Health Career Connection. He has been a health executive, educator and consultant for 27 years. He also is a leader in California Health Workforce and Diversity efforts as Co-Director of the California Health Professions Consortium and The California Health Workforce Alliance. Kimberly Mayer is the Director of Workforce Development for the California Institute for Behavioral Health Solutions (CIBHS). During the past several years at CIBHS, Kimberly has led several workforce development projects promoting collaboration between public mental health, education, and providers, including peers. For the past 20 years, Kimberly has worked in a variety of human services leadership positions, including county government, a private consulting firm, and nonprofit management settings."
Webinar - Careers in Behavioral health
This webinar will explore ways college graduates can start their careers in behavioral health. Hosted by the California Institute for Behavioral Health Solutions.
Webinar - Exploring Careers in Primary Care
Part of our monthly Webinar Series exploring careers and education needed to become a Primary Care provider.
WEBINAR - Top Tips for Strengthening Your Public Health Graduate School Application
On November 1, 2017, MyHealth Career Navigator founder and Associate Dean at UC Berkeley School of Public Health hosted a webinar on how to strengthen your applications to public health graduate school program.
WEBINAR - Demystifying Grad School: Health Administration, Management, and More
Do I need to go to grad school? What graduate programs are out there? How do I get in and how do I know which degree and school is right for me? What exactly is Health Administration and Management?
In the first of an 8-webinar series facilitated by MyHCN Founder and Associate Dean of Public Health at UC Berkeley, Jeff Oxendine, we will demystify the many graduate school options out there in health administration and management.
We will discuss: - Differences between common programs such as the Master of Health Administration (MHA), Master of Public Health in Health Policy and Management (MPH), Master of Health Services Administration (MHSA), Master of Public Policy (MPP), and Master of Business (MBA) - How these programs and degrees overlap, and what dual degree options exist--such as joint MPH and MBA programs, for example.
WEBINAR - Improving Your Packaging for Jobs or Grad School
How do you present yourself to an employer or a grad school in a way that shows off the best you? In this webinar, Jeff Oxendine, Sonny Vernard, and Alivia Shorter will describe packaging strategies that go beyond a good resume and cover letter.
Watch the webinar to find out how to package yourself in a way that will show employers and grad schools why you're the perfect fit.
WEBINAR - Careers in Public Health & Medicine
More and more students and professionals encounter this very question: should I be a doctor or go into Public Health? Is an MPH right for me, or do I need to go to medical school? The good news is that you don't necessarily have to choose between these two fields.
Public Health and Medicine are increasingly intersecting with a growing focus on prevention, community health, and team-based care delivery. And there is more and more opportunity to combine your passion for public health and medicine, if that is what you want to do.
In this webinar we will discuss opportunities to craft a career in public health and medicine, and present some frameworks and strategies for determining if this is the right path for you.
WEBINAR - Informational Interviews for Grad School and Your Job Search
Informational interviews are one of the most important things you can do both when applying to grad school and when searching for your authentic health career. Unfortunately, not many people take advantage of this great networking and job-finding tool because they don't know how or where to start.
My Health Career Navigator invites you to join our webinar with Jeff Oxendine to learn how to best approach informational interviews. Though we've talked about informational interviews before, this webinar will delve deep into the process involved: how to get informational interviews with the right people, how many you can and should be doing, what questions you should be asking, how to follow up, and much more.
WEBINAR - How to Write a Resume and Cover Letter That Gets You a Job Interview
Your resume and cover letter is the first impression you're going to make on a hiring manager. Crafting an effective, engaging, and eye-catching resume and cover letter can be stressful.
So how do you make them stand out while remaining professional? How do you make them really demonstrate your skills and value?
How can you sum up why you deserve the position in a terse yet formal way? In this webinar, President and Founder of My Health Career Navigator and Health Career Connection, Jeff Oxendine will address these common questions and help you craft your cover letter and resume to best represent YOU.
WEBINAR - Public Health and Clinical Careers : A Conversation with Professionals in the Field
Why would I want to combine an MPH with an MD? What are the benefits of including public health in primary care?
How do I pursue this option and how do I know that it’s right for me?
Bridging public health and primary care is essential to improving the health of the population, and as this knowledge is spread, more and more clinical careers are demanding a combined focus on public health and medicine.
This leads, as you can imagine, to an increase in graduate programs offering an MD/MPH dual degree. In our fourth webinar of this fall’s series, MyHCN invites you to join us in another conversation with professionals in the field; this time, with professionals who have dual degrees in public health and direct patient care.