ASTHO Public Health Equity Corps
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Public Health Equity Corps (PHEC) is a paid 2-year
fellowship that places fellows with state public health
agencies to help build healthy and resilient communities
with a particular immediate focus on equitable COVID-19
vaccine distribution. Specific vulnerable populations of
interest include racial and ethnic minority communities,
rural communities, people with disabilities, and people
who are unsheltered or experiencing homelessness.
Fellows will receive training and mentorship that will
prepare them for future roles in public service and
- Be a U.S. citizen, national, or lawful permanent
- If in college, be on track to earn an undergraduate
degree by June, 2021
- If graduated, have earned an undergraduate degree in
2010 or later (including an associate degree)
- Be able to make a full-time commitment
Applicants must be a resident, or have a strong
connection to, of least one of the following states to
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
Amount of funding
Scholarship amounts vary. See the financial tab on the
frequently asked questions for scholarship calculation
8 fellows will be selected.
Health disparities · Health workforce education and training · Minorities · People with disabilities · Public health · Vaccination
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