The Global Health Corp (GHC) is seeking energetic, young leaders with a range of experiences and skill set to join and support the movement for health equity.
GHC will choose young professionals from 13 Sub-Saharan African nations after a rigorous selection process to work for 13 months in pivotal roles at the forefront of global health.
Presently, GHC places fellows in Zambia, Malawi, Rwanda, and Uganda.
Benefits to applying: As a catalyst for aspiring leaders, the Global Health Corp (GHC) Fellowship Programme gives successful applicants access to:
Participate in bespoke training
Learn as you go
Become part of a supportive and dynamic community
Build your resilience
The 2023–2024 Africa fellowship class is now accepting applications through January 11, 2023. Candidates should be future high-impact leaders who can fix significant gaps in the healthcare system. They should come from a diversity of backgrounds and sectors.
By the start of the fellowship, fellows must:
Be 30 years of age or younger.
Hold a bachelor’s or undergraduate university degree.
Be proficient in English.
Be a citizen or legal permanent resident of Burundi, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia Malawi, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, or Zimbabwe.
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Leadership is the most potent change agent in global health, according to the principle upon which Global Health Corp (GHC) was established. As a result, GHC provides an exciting leadership opportunity where fellows can learn new skills and acquire experience working for a high-impact health organization.
Throughout the fellowship year, your professional and personal growth will be accelerated. Participants will also be integrated into a vast and varied network of talented, energetic, and dedicated advocates for health fairness.
Enabling candidates to start their careers working toward fair health systems is the ultimate goal.
So far, a total of 1150 fellows and alumni comprise the GHC network.
83% of GHC alumni hold mid- to senior-leadership roles
400+ health organizations employ GHC leaders.
76 % of fellows and alumni have spoken publicly, published writing, or participated in advocacy efforts this year.