The Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) partner offers a variety of public health laboratory fellowships to train and prepare scientists for careers in public health laboratories and to support public health initiatives. These experiential programs offer a competency-based core curriculum while allowing fellows to gain a depth of understanding about particular focus areas of Bioinformatics, Biorisk Management, Environmental Health, Food Safety, Infectious Disease, Informatics, Newborn Screening, and Quality Management. Fellowship terms are one year, with a possible extension for a second year. Fellows will receive a competitive stipend and benefits package. APHL offers flexible start dates.