U.S. Fellowship
Program Overview

The U.S. is home to widening health inequities. Those most impacted by these inequities — including women, people to color, and those with lived experiences of navigating health inequities — are least represented at top levels of public health leadership. 

In 2023, GHC is launching a reimagined U.S. fellowship to change that. The program builds on the foundation of GHC’s existing partnerships and 500+ U.S.-based alumni. It will equip participants with skill building, coaching, mentorship, integration into a global community, and access to networks and opportunities to deepen their impact and influence on U.S. health systems.

If you’re a young professional working in public health and eager to learn and grow in community with others, we hope you’ll apply to join us! We intend to select a diverse cohort of fellows and especially encourage applications from those who have personal experience navigating inequitable health systems and those who identify as a member of an historically marginalized group in the U.S. To be eligible, applicants must be:​

  • Between the ages of 21-30 
  • Fluent in English 
  • Currently employed in a health-focused role or within an organization focused on improving U.S. public health directly or through intersecting issues (e.g. housing, education, racial justice, violence prevention). 
  • Based anywhere in the continental U.S. 

Applications will open in January 2023. The first U.S. fellowship cohort will begin in June 2023. More information about timeline, applications, benefits, logistics, and FAQs will be released in the coming months.​