Jim Bernstein Community Health Leadership Fellows Program
The application process is expected to open in fall, 2022.
The Jim Bernstein Community Health Leadership Fellows Program offers a fellowship opportunity for a wide variety of healthcare professionals in North Carolina.
Fellowships are awarded for a 2-year period and are comprised of an educational component, an individualized project, and an ongoing relationship with a mentor centered on the core elements of:
- Building leadership capabilities
- Understanding key elements of the health sector in North Carolina
- Recognizing strengths and challenges of rural communities
- Collaborating effectively with local and state partners
Applicants must work in a clinical or administrative capacity in a rural and/or other underserved community in North Carolina or with an organization that targets rural/underserved communities. Applicants must demonstrate a strong commitment to underserved populations and primary care, remaining in North Carolina, community service, and community-driven care.
Applicants will receive $3,000 which will support educational and training courses, travel, mentoring activities, and other approved projects undertaken by Fellows. The Fellow's employer is expected to provide salary support.
For complete information about funding programs, including your application status, please contact funders directly. Summaries are provided for your convenience only. RHIhub does not take part in application processes or monitor application status.