Apply to Become an Atlantic Fellow for Health Equity – 2025 Cohort

Deadline Date: April 11, 2024

Donor Name: George Washington University

Grant Size: Not Available

The Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity program is looking for leaders who have the courage and compassion to confront life-limiting disparities in health.

The Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity program is designed to bring together the many diverse industries and professions that influence health and well-being including, but not limited to: art, law, business, academia, medicine, government, journalism, social enterprise, research, media, housing, and health care delivery.

Fellows will be selected based on demonstrated commitment in the area of health equity and leadership potential. The program will build and support a group of global, multidisciplinary leaders equipped with the technical knowledge, skills and network to advance health equity in their organizations and communities.

Program Objectives

  • Know Disparities
  • Combat Inequity
  • Build Leaders
  • Create a Network

Program Expectations

  • Selected fellows will need to:
    • Attend in person convenings throughout the year (4-week time commitment)
    • Participate in the online curriculum that includes: biweekly online classes, individualized coaching, peer mentoring, and team-based learning (12-16 hours per month)
    • Be proficient in the English language
  • Please note that all educational experiences and travel expenses related to participation in the fellowship will be covered by the program.

Who should apply?

  • Individuals who:
    • Want to become global leaders in the elimination of health disparities
    • Are early to mid-career
    • Are currently engaged in health-related work
    • Are currently in leadership or a position that has potential for leadership
    • Value diverse perspectives
    • Enjoy working in groups

Selection Criteria

  • Fellows are chosen for the next step of the application process by the strength of their statement of interest, including past accomplishments that demonstrate a strong commitment to health equity, the quality of their project proposal, the strength of their recommendation letters and the completion of the employer support form.

For more information, visit George Washington University.

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