SAVE THE DATE: Global Health Corps Fellowship roles open December 5th, 2018!
The Global Health Corps is a next gen leadership accelerator, whose mission is to mobilize a global community of emerging leaders to build the movement for health equity. We are building a network of young change makers who share a common belief: Health is a Human Right.
About the Fellowship
Our fellows, ages 21-30, work with high-impact health organizations in yearlong paid roles with nonprofit and government partners across the US (NJ, NY, DC, Boston) and East and Southern Africa (Malawi, Rwanda, Uganda, Zambia). They fill critical gaps in their placement organizations as many have non-traditional health backgrounds. Throughout the year, they engage in intensive leadership development and community building, striving to embody our leadership practices as they work to address health inequities across the global health field.
Snapshot of 2018-2019 class
- Average age is 26.3
- 51% have graduate degrees
- Speak 35 languages
- Hail from 21 different countries
- 79% female
Fellowship roles span 20 + functions/skill-sets, including:
- Monitoring & Evaluation Officer, American Refugee Committee
- Communications Officer, Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE)
- Research and Grants Associate, Center for Health, Human Rights, and Development
- Associate for Global Policy and Advocacy, IntraHealth International
- Advocacy Associate, Global Health Council
- Knowledge Management and Research Advisor, Voluntary Service Overseas
- Digital Health Liason, The Inhangane Project
Leadership Development Training
We provide continuous leadership development training throughout the 13 month fellowship including quarterly workshops and retreats, one on one professional coaching, and online learning sessions. Sample workshops/sessions:
- Role of Advocacy and Storytelling
- Resume/Cover letter
- Working in Broken Systems
Where our Alumni now?
The GHC alumni community is comprised of 800 + global innovators, thought leaders, and social justice warriors across sectors, including non-profit, government, technology, entrepreneurship, and more. Our alums are managing human-centered design teams, leading strategy and research at Ministries of Health, running for public office, and founding their own organizations. They are giving TED Talks, interviewing global leaders, and sharing their stories across cross-continental platforms. We continue to offer leadership training and professional development for all of our alumni across the globe, including 11 alumni chapters in the US and Africa.
AMPLIFY – GHC’s community blog
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