What is MySPH?

My Source for Public Health (MySPH) is a project of the Arnold School of Public Health and serves as a portal for Arnold School faculty, staff, and students to engage with the local and regional public health community. MySPH currently provides a matching tool (Opportunity Manager) to pair students and job seekers with practitioners and positions; resources for creating and managing a practicum within the Arnold School; an online virtual campus offering public health training and workforce development; and information about local and regional public health news, events, and activities.

 

What are the Training and Workforce Development services?

Housed on the MySPH website, Training and Workforce Development provides public health training and workforce development learning resources. We offer many resources, such as Continuing Education Program in Public Health Practice (CEPPHP) certificate program, Continuing Education courses, On-Demand QuickLearn tutorials, Workforce Development Resources, Communities of Practice, and Public Health Toolkits.

Who can take courses or access resources through Training and Workforce Development?

Anyone can take courses and access Training and Workforce Development resources. Simply log in using your USC username and password or register for an account as a new user.

Who can post positions in the Opportunity Manager?

Anyone in the public health field can post positions in the Opportunity Manager. Simply create a user account and profile, and complete the forms to post your position.

 

Who can add things to the MySPH Calendar?

Anyone can make a request. To request that a public health-related event be added to the MySPH Calendar, simply email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

 

What is PREP?

The Arnold School's Core for Applied Research and Evaluation (CARE) offers consulting services in the areas of technical assistance and evaluation. Within CARE, Dr. Mark Macauda provides evaluation services to PREP, a federally funded project of the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, in partnership with the SC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy.