Join the 2019-2020 Global Health Corps Fellowship class!

Global Health Corps

Applications for the 2019-2020 Global Health Corps (GHC) fellowship class are open until January 16, 2019. We have 130+ high-impact paid fellowship roles within health organizations in Malawi, Rwanda, Uganda, Zambia, and the US. GHC is seeking talented 21-30 year-olds from a range of professional backgrounds to join a growing leadership community and change the face of global health. Roles for the 2019-2020 fellowship class run from late-June 2019 to early-July 2020.

See the full list of fellowship roles across issue areas and geographies on our website: ghcorps.org/apply.
Fellows receive the following benefits:

●    Monthly living and utilities stipend
●    Housing
●    Health insurance
●    A professional development grant of $600 and completion award of $1500
●    Travel coverage to and from placement site, all trainings, and retreats

Global Health Corps (GHC) is a leadership development organization focused on building the next generation of diverse, disruptive global health leaders. Founded in 2009, we competitively recruit talented professionals (ages 21-30) from a range of sectors and backgrounds and place them in high-impact roles within partner organizations -- including Clinton Health Access Initiative, Partners in Health, Planned Parenthood Global, and Government Ministries in Zambia, Rwanda, and Uganda -- working on the front lines of health equity in Malawi, Rwanda, Uganda, the US, and Zambia. More on the growing movement for health equity here.

Job URL: 
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Opportunity type

Full-time

Job function

  • Communications / Marketing
  • Corp. Responsibility and Sustainability
  • Creative/Design
  • Editorial/Writing
  • Education / Teaching
  • General Management
  • Investing/Finance
  • IT/Software Engineering
  • People/Human Resources
  • Project/ Program Management
  • Research/Data Analysis
  • Sales/Business Development
  • Supply Chain
  • Technology

Areas of impact

  • Environment
  • Health
  • Poverty
  • Equality