We are excited to announce that Site Fellow applications are now being accepted for the 2020-2022 HEAL Fellowship!
About Site Fellow Position
Site Fellows are health workers who are currently employed at HEAL partner sites and have a deep, demonstrated commitment to serving the underserved. During the 2-year fellowship Site Fellows complete the fellowship alongside working full-time at their site/organization.
Join HEAL if you:
Want to be a part of a transnational and inter-professional movement for health equity deeply rooted in the experience of local organizations, communities, and patients.
Want to pursue a postgraduate professional development opportunity as well as receive longitudinal mentorship for professional and leadership development.
Want to be a part of a community of diverse mentors and organizations doing incredible global health work.
For more information about the HEAL Initiative, please click here.
1) Work in any field or profession (e.g. counselors, behavioral health coaches, nurses, community health workers, physicians, program staff etc.) as long as you are employed full-time with a HEAL partner site;
2) Attend 3 in-person immersive trainings over the course of the 2-year fellowship:
a. 2-week training in California, USA in July 2020
b. 1-week training in the US in June 2021
c. 1-week training in the US in June 2022
3) Dedicate 10-15 hours per week to graduate-level studies (fellows have the choice to pursue a professional development opportunity online);
4) Dedicate significant time to participating in the HEAL community:
5 hours per week to complete longitudinal HEAL curriculum (e.g. Journal Club Discussions)
Attend bi-weekly HEAL Mentorship calls;
5) Have a strong dedication to social justice, health equity and serving the community.
6) Be employed by their current organization for at least 2 years prior to the start of the fellowship.
Please submit the following:
Personal Statement (3 short-essays)
Current Curriculum Vitae (CV)
Upon submission of your completed application you may be asked to interview with a member of the HEAL Initiative team via telephone or videoconference.
The Fellowship will begin on July 1, 2020