Health promotion is one of the fastest growing areas of employment in the United States.
To learn more about what the Bureau of Labor Statistics says about Health Educators' career outlook, visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
To find more career opportunities, visit the following links:
Graduates of Our Program Work in a Variety of Settings
- Robin Annison
Emergency Training Specialist, U.S. Capitol Police, Washington, D.C.
- Juleigh Baker
Health Educator, Longest Student Health Center, Mississippi State University
- Steve Brantley
Grants Monitor, Partnership for a Healthy Mississippi, Jackson, MS
- Mandy Burleson
Child Life Specialist, Mississippi State Dept. of Health, Starkville, MS
- J. Don Chaney
Associate Dean, Distance Education, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
- Lois Coleman
Health Educator, Alvin A Dubin Alzheimer's Resource Center, Fort Myers, FL
- Tiffany Fennell
Health Educator, American Heart Association, Jackson, MS
- Allison Ford
Associate Professor, Health Promotion, University of Mississippi
- Melody Fortune
Branch Director, Breast and Cervical Cancer, Mississippi State Dept. of Health
- Michelle Harcrow
Health Educator, Student Health Center, University of Alabama
- David Holland
Cancer Control Manager, American Cancer Society, Myrtle Beach, SC
- Jason Horay
Health Promotion Specialist, Duke Medical Center, Durham NC
- Leah Pylate
Community Health Educator, American Lung Association, Batesville, MS
- Christopher Thomas
Cancer Prevention Specialist, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta GA
- Jamie Waggoner
Health Promotion Specialist, Toyota Motor Company, Louisville, KY
- Alice Ann Williams
Clinical Dietitian, Valley Services, Inc, Mississippi State Hospital
Certified Health Education Specialist
The coursework in this program has been developed around the competencies required to become a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES). CHES credentialing is available through the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing and gives health educators a competitive edge in the field.
For more information visit the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing website.