Apprenticeship Program

Apprenticeship Program

Environmental, Occupational and Population Health Assembly
Early Career Professional's Working Group
Description of Apprenticeship Program


Overarching Goals of the Apprenticeship Program

The Environmental, Occupational and Population Health (EOPH) Assembly’s Apprenticeship Program is designed to provide early career EOPH Assembly members with an opportunity to be directly involved in guiding the future of ATS. For the purposes of this application, we define “early career” as senior fellows or early career faculty (i.e.  3 years from fellowship), though other applications will be considered. Apprentices may serve with either the Program or Planning Committee (descriptions below). Under the mentorship of a committee member, Apprentices will get a ‘behind the scenes’ look at the operations of the EOPH Assembly while developing skills for evaluation of committee applications and development of committee projects. This provides important networking opportunities with current Committee members.

Description of Program Committee

The Program Committee organizes the Environmental, Occupational and Population Health content for the International Conference.

Program Committee Apprentices participate in the process of designing the International Conference content, learning how conference sessions for ATS are programmed, and evaluating abstract submissions for poster or oral presentation.

Description of Planning Committee

The Planning Committee is charged with shaping the long-term strategy of the assembly, generally through soliciting and sponsoring projects including clinical practice guidelines, position papers, and workshops benefitting the Assembly.

Planning Committee Apprentices will learn to provide evaluations and reviews of Committee project applications. Apprentices may have the opportunity to assist with the development of accepted project proposals.

To apply for the Apprenticeship Program, please complete application by clicking here.

Deadline: Friday, April 20th, 2018

Last Reviewed: March 2018