Share with your students: Apply to join ASU’s Public Health Technology Corps, by July 8

As part of the new School of Technology for Public Health within ASU Health, Arizona State University is launching a Public Health Technology Corps.

The Public Health Technology Corps will place students with diverse partner organizations across the state to advance place-based projects that leverage technology to improve public health systems, processes and outcomes. 

There are currently seven projects with more than nine external partners confirmed to participate in the pilot and are adding a few more, including but not limited to: Arizona Department of Health Services, City of Phoenix Department of Public Health, Community Health Center of Yavapai, Contexture (the state’s Health Information Exchange), IndigiData, Native BioData Consortium, Pima County Health Department, YMCA Health and Wesley Community and Health Centers.

The pilot will be open to students actively enrolled in any undergraduate or graduate degree program in person or online at ASU during the 2024–2025 academic year who want to learn how to apply concepts of technology and design to improve public health in Arizona and beyond. 

Learn more and apply by Monday, July 8, 2024

ASU Health PHT Corps Info Sheet