NEW JERSEY ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION
The mission of the New Jersey Environmental Health Association is to support the professional growth of environmental health specialists, provide a unified and informed voice in the development of public health practice and policy, and enhance the ability of members to aptly promote environmental and public health locally, regionally and globally.
 


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Save the Date!

September 17, 2014
New Jersey Environmental Health Association Annual Educational Symposium, Awards/Scholarship, and General Membership Meeting

Speaker Topics Include (but are not limited to): NJDEP - Insights from the Private Well Testing Act NJDOH - Introduction to a New Vector Disease Program NJDEP - Pesticide Applicator Violations and Investigation Case Studies
Middlesex Fire Academy 1001 Fire Academy Drive, Sayreville, NJ 08872
NJEHA is an approved provider of NJ Public Health and Pesticide Continuing Education Credits.


NJEHA would like to offer a sincere thank you to all of our 2014 Annual Atlantic City Conference attendees, sponsors, and exhibitors! We could not have made this a successful event without you. Stay tuned for website updates with conference vendor information, presenter presentations, and pictures.

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Please click here for our post conference page



    Career Development Institute
    The Career Development Institute (CDI) provides a wide variety of Health and REHS continuing education classes along with New Jersey State Certified training programs for any individual seeking career enhancement, career change, personal growth or the latest skills and information available in their profession.
    http://www.cditraining.org/

 


    Rutgers Environment and Public Health (EPH) Course
    Join the Field of Environmental Health! Life’s too short to take just any job. And right now, the field of environmental health needs people that want to make a difference with their careers. If you have the heart, desire and skills to save lives and protect NJ’s residents and environment, then join the next generation of environmental health. Environment and Public Health (EPH), a 7-week course followed by a 200 hour field training internship, provides the expertise and hands-on experience you need to prepare for the NJ Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS) state licensing exam. Visithttp://www.cpe.rutgers.edu/EPH/environment-and-public-health.html and get started today!


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