Summer 2015 Global Health Fellows Program
See Program Brochure:
2015 Global Health Fellows Brochure
We are now accepting applications for the summer 2015 Global Health Fellows Program in Geneva, Switzerland.
The Global Health Fellows program is designed to equip students to join in the fight against HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, and other pressing health challenges. The Program will provide students with both an academic and experiential perspective on how intergovernmental institutions, public-private partnerships, and non-governmental organizations shape global health policy. By combining internships and an intensive course on global health issues, the program is an unique opportunity to learn first-hand how global health policy is formulated and implemented. In the past, students have interned at a wide range of NGOs and intergovernmental organizations, including UNAIDS, the Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases, UNHCR, the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunizations, and various offices of the World Health Organization, from the Department for Prevention of Noncommunicable Diseases to the Department of Public Health, Innovation and Intellectual Property.
The summer program includes:
· An Internship in Global Health Policy of 8-12 weeks in Geneva, including an intensive, one-week course, titled “Health Policy in a Globalizing World” and
· Opportunities throughout the summer to network and socialize with other policy interns and experts in global health
The Global Health Fellows Program offers students assistance in matching to internships in Geneva-based institutions, the opportunity to learn directly from experts working to resolve some of the world’s most significant challenges in global health, and a community of fellow students from around the world.
The Global Health Fellows program is directed by Dr. Anthony So, Director of the Program on Global Health and Technology Access at Duke University. Past program participants include students drawn nationally and abroad, from all disciplines, including law, medicine, public health, public policy, international affairs, business, environmental studies, and other graduate or professional students interested in improving global health equity through policy.
The Global Health Fellows Program is part of the Program on Global Policy and Governance. The Program is sponsored by Duke’s Sanford School of Public Policy and co-sponsored by Duke’s Global Health Institute.
Typically internships take place between May and August of each summer. The course will take place in early July. There is flexibility on the start and end dates for individual students, but attendance for the course week is mandatory.
Want more Information?
Please see the accompanying brochure and visit our website for more details. Applications are due November 24, 2014 by 11:59 pm ET and require two letters of recommendation.
For questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-613-9289.
***Join us for an information webinar on Friday, October 17th at 12 pm ET. Please RSVP to Maggie Woods if you wish to attend.