Be a Placement Organization

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Partner applications for the 2017-2018 fellowship class are now closed.

Applications for the 2018-2019 fellowship class will open in August 2017.

Interested in applying to be a placement organization with GHC? Global Health Corps offers competitive yearlong roles with high impact health equity organizations in East and Southern Africa and the Northeastern United States. The fellows that fill these roles are selected out of thousands of applicants for their ability to bring new skills and perspectives to our placement organizations, along with their technical expertise. The GHC fellowship offers organizations an opportunity to infuse new talent from diverse backgrounds into their leadership pipelines.

What can GHC fellows do for your organization?

Partner Stats Graphic-02Fellows work in teams of two – one national fellow and one international fellow – filling critical capacity gaps which allow organizations to further the impact of their work. GHC fellows are a multidisciplinary group of young professionals who offer a wide range of technical skills, professional experience, educational backgrounds, and diverse perspectives. Their contributions are enhanced by their participation in the GHC community, which serves as a place of learning, support, and discernment.

GHC advertises the fellowship opportunities and candidates apply to specific fellowship positions, for which they have relevant skills and experience. GHC reviews applications, interviews a select group, and recommends finalists to placement organizations, who make the final selection.

The 13-month fellowship begins in late June 2017 with the two-week Training Institute at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, USA. Fellows begin working at their placement organization afterwards in mid-July and the fellowship wraps up in July 2018.

How does the partnership work?

Placement Organization Selection: GHC selects organizations that are doing excellent work in improving healthcare access and health outcomes in impoverished communities in Malawi, Rwanda, Uganda, Zambia, and the United States (Boston, New York/Newark, DC). Our placement organizations range in size, scope of work, and geographic focus: We work with small grassroots organizations, large global institutions, and a spectrum of organizations in between. For a current list, please click here.

Potential placement organizations must:

  • Be aligned with GHC’s mission
  • Demonstrate the ability to successfully absorb two new staff
  • Demonstrate an existing capacity gap that fellows can fill
  • Identify a supervisor(s) for the fellows
  • Maintain strong financial and operational health

Organizations must complete an application and submit all required materials in a timely manner. GHC staff lead a rigorous screening process which may include in-person meetings and follow-up phone calls. As part of the selection process, GHC works with partner organizations to craft compelling roles for fellows and discuss cost-sharing considerations.

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Cost-sharing: Global Health Corps works with organizations of all sizes. We have different financial models to accommodate the range of organizations we work with. Cost considerations include housing, monthly living stipend for fellows, health insurance, vaccinations and prophylaxis, professional development funds, completion award and fellow leadership programming.

 

For more detailed information on our partnership structure and application process, please review the following:

To learn more about partnering with GHC please email partners@ghcorps.org and check back August 2017 for application information.