The program is virtual based in Wilmington, DE (Eastern Time)
- United States citizen or legal permanent resident.
- Full-time or part-time graduate/doctoral students in an Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH) recognized SPH institution and/or epidemiology program (School of Public Health).
- Must currently be in a Masters or Doctoral program in Public Health or Health Sciences.
- Have basic knowledge of epidemiology or biostatistics concepts.
- Must be available for the entire duration of the fellowship.
- Must be a team player, and serve as mentor to the Undergraduate Summer Scholars.
STIPEND AMOUNT : $13,700
Stipend is paid in installments, and is contingent on completion of all program requirements.
During the six month masters/doctoral fellowship participants will:
- Provide mentoring to undergraduate health equity summer scholars (HESSP).
- Prepare, edit and submit manuscripts for publication.
- Attend lectures, trainings and seminars as scheduled throughout the six months of the program.
- Present findings to scientific and non-scientific audiences both within and outside of Nemours.
- Participate in group or individual rounding focused on personal/professional development.
Furthermore, Fellows will have the opportunity to:
- Attend Grand Rounds and other Nemours sponsored events
- Prepare, edit and submit abstracts for conference presentations.
- Participate in upto two professional conferences where you may be required to present work done at the Office of Health Equity and Inclusion (OHEI).
- Prepare, edit and submit grant applications for future research projects at OHEI.
- Complete web-based trainings through the Nemours University system.
Application deadline is January 31, 2021
If you are selected you will be notified via email for an interview.
Final decisions will be made mid-April, 2021.
To be eligible for this fellowship program, applicants are required to submit the following for your application to be considered complete:
- Updated resume/CV
- Unofficial graduate/PhD studies transcripts
- One-page letter describing applicant’s motivation for applying
We ask many voluntary demographic questions (race, ethnicity, sex, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status) for the purpose of selecting an inclusive and diverse group of scholars.
THIS IS NOT AN OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT BUT AN EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY