Requirements for Fellows:
In addition to experience and education specific to each position, the following general requirements apply:
- US citizenship or Permanent Resident status (A security clearance will be required for all positions located in US Government buildings in the US and abroad)
- Master or other advanced degree in public health or a related field
- Work experience in a public health capacity, and preferably work experience in a developing country and/or resource poor setting
Requirements for Interns: To be announced
GHFP Fellows are recruited for specific positions, working two to four years full time, gaining experience and expertise in global health development. Placements are made both in Washington, DC and in developing countries.
Each early through mid career fellow has the benefit of a mentoring relationship with senior international health faculty from a GHFP university partner. Fellows enjoy working relationships with global health professionals involved in state-of-the-art technical work with USAID, governmental, non-governmental and faith-based organizations.
A variety of professional development activities including retreats, workshops, e-learning, coaching, mentoring and classes keep all fellows moving forward in their professional lives.