Training Partners

Training Partners support GHC in capacities ranging from curriculum development, to training facilitation, to program sponsorship, to professional development and mentorship for fellows.

Still Harbor

Still Harbor believes that spirituality cultivates the depth of imagination, courage, and service needed to transform an unjust world. The Still Harbor mission is to offer accompaniment to individuals and organizations engaged in social justice efforts by serving as a spiritual community and learning partner. They employ a framework of spiritual—or interior—formation that is informed by multiple faith, philosophical, and pedagogical traditions, and apply it to service.

Still Harbor has been a principal partner of Global Health Corps since our first Fellow Training in 2009. Still Harbor works with GHC to facilitate retreat and training activities on reflection and service leadership throughout the year, and has closely supported GHC in developing a full curriculum of customized activity design, facilitation guidelines, and fellow accompaniment. Still Harbor also coordinates The Praxis Program, an alliance of small, high-impact social-justice nonprofit service organizations, of which Global Health Corps is a member.

Atlas Corps

Atlas Service Corps, Inc. (Atlas Corps), started in 2006, is an international network of nonprofit leaders and organizations that promotes innovation, cooperation, and solutions to address the world’s 21st century challenges. Their mission is to address critical social issues by developing leaders, strengthening organizations, and promoting innovation through an overseas fellowship of skilled nonprofit professionals. Atlas Corps engages leaders committed to the nonprofit sector in 12 to 18 month, professional fellowships at organizations to learn best practices, build organizational capacity, and return home to create a network of global changemakers.

Atlas Corps has worked with Global Health Corps since 2010 as a programmatic partner, and primary visa sponsor of our international fellows in the United States. Our organizations seek to share programming and resources to broaden the community and support of both GHC and Atlas Corps fellows.

Global Health Leadership Institute, Yale University

As part of its ongoing commitment to engage with the international community to improve health worldwide, Yale has launched the Global Health Leadership Institute (GHLI). The GHLI, led by Elizabeth Bradley, Ph.D., develops global health leadership through innovative educational and research programs that strengthen health systems and ensure health equity and quality of care for all. GHLI supports health leaders to improve the performance of health systems through leadership development, quality improvement programs, and health systems research. The Institute is also a center for debate and progress on leadership and other critical global health issues.

Yale University and GHLI have partnered with Global Health Corps since 2011 to host the GHC Training Institute.