Food & Nutrition Policy

Many Friedman students and alumni seek to address the most pressing public health and nutrition challenges facing our communities and people around the globe. This could be through preventative health program creation, evaluation, and analysis, healthcare management and policy, and more. Sample job titles include Director of Health & Wellness, Nutrition Policy Advocate, and Program and Policy Director, just to name a few.

Interested in Internationally-Focused Work?

Visit our International Development, Food Security & Humanitarian Response Career Direction for more articles, resources, sample employers & career paths, and more.

View the Career Direction

Career Quick Tip: Execution

As with most plans, execution is critical to success. Beware of how perfectionism or thinking you have to do it all in one sitting can keep you from getting started. The truth is –small, consistent steps make a difference! Go …

By Susannah Krenn
Susannah Krenn Assistant Director, Communications & Marketing / Career Advisor
Read more

Resource of the Week: Devex

Devex is an independent news organization with offices are in Barcelona, London, Manila, and Washington, D.C. As a media source for the global development community, they offer news articles as well as a series of subscription newsletters; a Career Hub …

By Susannah Krenn
Susannah Krenn Assistant Director, Communications & Marketing / Career Advisor
Read more

Featured Employer: Mathematica

Welcome to our Featured Employer series where we feature different companies/organizations in the food, nutrition, and public health field! At the end of last month, the Block Career Center hosted an Employer Information Session with Mathematica.

What does Mathematica do?

By Fangruo (Ingrid) Zhou
Fangruo (Ingrid) Zhou Student Ambassador
Read more

Insider Tips: Applying to Federal Government Jobs

Are you interested in working for the federal government? Or perhaps you are exploring government vs private sectors jobs. Federal agencies hire the best and brightest, and getting a federal job is often very competitive. Some agencies do not advertise, …

By Susannah Krenn
Susannah Krenn Assistant Director, Communications & Marketing / Career Advisor
Read more

Top 15 Informational Interview Questions to Ask (and Why)

Informational interviews put you in the driver’s seat. They are phenomenal opportunities to find out more about a job, career path, industry, or company you’re interested in. But any interview is often only as good as the questions the interviewer …

Read more

Sidebar

Labor Market InsightsIn partnership withLightcast logo

Use the tool below to research career paths, job titles, and organizations. You’ll find core tasks involved in different jobs, employment trends, top employers by geographic area, desired education levels, salary data, necessary technical and transferable skills, and more!

  • Example keywords: Sustainability Specialist, Dietitian, Data Scientist, Health Education Specialist, Epidemiologist, and more
  • Example industries: Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources; Business, Management & Administration; Government & Public Administration; Health Science; Human Services, and more

*Pro tip: If you’re not sure which keywords or job titles to use, try reviewing our job and internship listings to get ideas!

First, choose an industry of interest, then filter for occupation. (If you'd like to see data for a specific location only, filter by state.)

Access all Labor Market Insights here!

Featured Resources

Need a Resume Review or Career Advising Appointment?

Prior to your appointment, we strongly encourage you to utilize VMock and …

Schedule a Conversation with an Alumni Volunteer Today!

Featured Alumni engage in career conversations with current Friedman School students, i.e., …

Have you ever questioned the value of networking or informational interviewing? If so, you’re not alone.

Because we love analogies, …