Career Opportunities

Though some health educators continue to shape the world’s future through public school teaching, many more work in a broader array of settings that includes health care facilities, voluntary health agencies, community organizations, pharmaceutical companies, and government agencies.

Public health educators are employed under a variety of job titles. Some examples include a health educator, health promotion specialist, public or clinical health educator, health information specialist, program director, outreach coordinator, patient or treatment adherence educator, health program manager, community organizer, health intervention specialist.

What is a Health Education Specialist?

Become a Certified Health Education Specialist