Prospective Host Sites
Mentors play a crucial role in the success of the fellowship program. Their expertise and skills provide the backbone to the fellows’ successes as they are trained to become future leaders in applied public health epidemiology.
Host site applications must include two designated mentors: a doctoral-level primary mentor and a secondary mentor. It is preferred that the secondary mentor have doctoral-level training as well. If there is not a doctoral-level epidemiologist at the health department available to mentor in the subject area of the host site application, an exception can be requested to propose a masters-level mentor. Please email email@example.com for more information regarding the approval of masters-level primary mentor applications.
Mentors are required to fulfill specific responsibilities to ensure the integrity and success of the program and provide guidance and support to the fellows. Mentors are required to:
Host Site Selection
Complete applications will be reviewed by the CSTE National Office and are evaluated on the following criteria: