Global Health Corps connects outstanding young leaders with organizations working on the frontlines in order to promote global health equity. Fellows are placed in teams of two with an on-the-ground health organization -- such as Partners in Health, the Clinton Health Access Initiative, Village Health Works, and Covenant house in Rawanda, Malawi, Tanzania, Burundi, or the United States. Fellows serve for one year on a specific project chosen by our partners related to capacity building, program development, and health initiative implementation. Global Health Corps provides training, a mid-year retreat, transportation, housing, health insurance, a living stipend, and a completion bonus.
Applicants must have completed an undergraduate degree -- but all majors are welcome to apply. There is especially a need for IT, business management, supply chain management, architecture, agronomy, women's health, and public health.
There are 34 fellowships available this year, more detailed descriptions can be found at apply.ghcorps.org. Applications are due 3/1. Questions? Contact Protected content