Bloomberg Fellows is a program for individuals who want to achieve a Master's or PhD degree in Public Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
The program will provide public health training to individuals engaged with organizations tackling critical challenges facing the United States in the areas of:
- Addiction and Overdose
- Environmental Challenges
- Obesity and the Food System
- Risks to Adolescent Health
- Work towards the Masters Program or the Doctoral Program in the chosen focus area
- Have access to special enrichment opportunities for Fellows while at the school, including seminars, speakers, and other activities
- Working for at least one year with a collaborating organization in the chosen area of interest beginning within 12 months following graduation
Applicants must meet eligibility requirements to be accepted into the Masters or Doctoral programs at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Potential applicants must also have a commitment of collaboration from the organizations for which they already work.
The fellowship covers all tuition and fees and a stipend of approximately $10,000 to defray some living and travel costs.
Potential fellows must first apply for the MPH or DrPH program, then apply to be a Bloomberg Fellow. Application links are available on the program website. Pay special attention to deadlines, as the School of Public Health, the MPH Program, and the DrPH program have different timelines and priority deadlines.
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