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The Career Advisor and Alumni Services
Coordinators Office

Mrs. Arangelis Meléndez Rodríguez, M.Ed.

The Career Advisor and Alumni Services Coordinator

In August 2020, the Public Health Program created the Career Advisor and Alumni Services Coordinator’s Office (CAASC). Mrs. Arangelis Meléndez Rodríguez , M.Ed., was appointed as Coordinator of the CAASC. Mrs. Meléndez works with alumni and current students’ tasks in the Public Health Department. The Career Advisory & Alumni Services Office maintains and provides resources containing materials for preparing professional resumes, drafting cover letters, researching job opportunities, and identifying professional networking strategies. Additionally, workshops and individualized counseling sessions allow students to learn about career options, identify career interests, areas of personal strength and develop networking among their fields.

Tel 787-840-2575 ext. 5632

Welcome!

Greetings from Career and Promotion Services Office, from the Ponce Health Sciences University, Public Health Program. Our mission is to support and advance the career and professional development of Public Health students and alumni. Accomplished public health professionals are in great demand in today’s job market; therefore, developing effective job search skills and professional networking contacts will be crucial to your career success as a public health professional.

We encourage you visit the Career and Promotion Services Office, Monday to Friday at 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. 

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