For Alumni

The Rollins School of Public Health has a continued interest in your success after graduation. The Office of Career Development is happy to assist you in your career development process. Our office can help you:

  • Refresh your interviewing skills
  • Edit a cover letter or resume
  • Manage career transitions
  • Advise you in exploring continued education and training opportunities, and more

Alumni Access to Career Development Platforms

Rollins Alumni receive lifetime access to Career Development platforms! If you would like access to any of the systems, please complete the Alumni Systems Access Request Form. Once the form has been submitted, you will receive an email invitation, in your email, to the platform(s) with log in instructions within 24-48 hours.

Although it is not required for alumni access to the systems, we are requesting that alumni to sign up for an alumni email address ( and use this for the platforms. You can register for an alumni email here.

Share Your Talents and Connect with the Office of Career Development

Rollins alumni are eligible for lifetime career services offered at the discretion of the Rollins Office of Career Development. Alumni are welcome to attend all career fairs, mock interview nights, and most workshops. You may also choose to attend these events as a prospective employer or professional volunteer. We value alumni input in all of our school-wide events and appreciate your willingness to participate and support the professional development of our future graduates. Please visit our Featured Services ;page for event details.

Consider serving as a vital resource for current Rollins students!

Sign up to receive updates about career opportunities and events by emailing us at Don't forget to visit the RSPH alumni page at

RSPH Career Connection is where you:

  • Request a Career Counseling Appointment
  • Apply to Jobs

Note: Appointments may require scheduling during non-peak (i.e. summer) periods of the academic year to allow us to provide timely services for current students.

VMock, a resume analyzing system, allows individuals to receive customized suggestions for their resume based on basic criteria gathered from employers and Rollins resume standards. We recommend you still have a friend or colleague review your resume for additional feedback (through the Feedback Module). To make an appointment with a career coach, you may do so through RSPH Career Connection.

MentorRollins matches public health professionals with students and alumni to enhance professional development, promote conversation and communication, and increase knowledge of public health as practiced in the community. It provides seasoned professionals in the field of public health a unique opportunity to make a personal contribution to the professional development of RSPH students and alumni.

Career Resources for Alumni

For direct access to EagleNet - Emory's Online Community, Alumni Directory, and Career Contact Database, please visit

Additional alumni career resources, including Coach Chat webinars, online networking, EAA job postings, and a one-time complimentary career appointment are available through the Emory Alumni Association.