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Environment & Public Health - Profiles of Career Success

Meet four EPH students who turned their passion for public health into rewarding careers after completing the EPH program and earning an REHS license. Click on the links below to read their stories!

Rutgers Environment and Public Health Program Graduate Gary Dorsi

Gary Dorsi and Percy Pingpoh - Blue Apron

After completing the Rutgers Environment and Public Health (EPH) program, Gary Dorsi and Percy Pingpoh both landed food safety positions at the fast-growing start-up Blue Apron. Read their stories.


Rutgers Environment and Public Health Program Graduate K.C. Murray

K.C. Murray - World Health Organization (Intern)

K.C. Murray completed EPH in 2012 and then went on to work for the Peace Corps in Panama and study Developing Countries at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Read K.C.'s story.


Rutgers Environment and Public Health Program Graduate Danny Yook

Danny Yook - Fairway Market

Danny Yook, a 2011 EPH graduate, secured a position doing food safety compliance audits for New York City-based grocery store chain Fairway Market upon completing the program. Read Danny's story.


Rutgers Environment and Public Health Program Graduate Ruchi Pancholy

Ruchi Pancholy - Hawaii Department of Health

After completing the EPH program, New Jersey native Ruchi Pancholy landed a dream job with the Hawaii Department of Health. She now works as a foodborne disease surveillance & response coordinator. Read Ruchi's story.


EPH graduate Emily Carey

Emily Carey - Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education

As a youngster, Emily Carey loved to listen to her mom, a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS) in the Somerset County area, tell “exciting stories” about her profession. Read Emily's story.


EPH graduate Chuck Kahn

Chuck Khan - Warren County Health Department REHS

A native of India with several different careers on his resume, Chuck Khan’s journey to becoming a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS) with the Warren County Health Department was a long one. Read Chuck's story.


EPH graduate Daniel Wyckoff

Daniel Wyckoff - Hunterdon County Health Department REHS

Daniel Wyckoff became a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS) in 2005, but working in the hospitality and travel industries for over twenty years means health and sanitation have always been his concern. Read Daniel's story.


EPH graduate Carl Scialfa

Carl Scialfa - Branchburg Township Health Department REHS

Carl Scialfa may be doing food inspections now as a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS) , but he began his career trying to pass them! Read Carl's story.

2017 Dates

» In the Classroom:
June 5 - July 21, 2017

» In the Field:
200 hour internship at a local health department