NACCHO is recruiting for two graduate students to join the 2018-2019 Health and Disability Fellowship Program.
This program offers an invaluable workforce development opportunity for graduate students seeking hands-on experience in the public health disability field. NACCHO trains the fellows to become leaders in promoting the health of people with disabilities through inclusive programming, products, and services.
Read about the 2017-2018 fellows here.
2018-2019 Fellowship Details
This is a paid fellowship slated to start in November 2018 and run through July 26th, 2019. The fellowship includes a stipend not to exceed $5,000 and travel expenses to at least one conference or meeting.
Fellows will receive mentorship and guidance from NACCHO’s experienced health and disability staff. The fellows will
- Receive guidance on development and execution of project deliverables;
- Be introduced to local-, state-, and national-level disability and health partners through meetings and conferences; and
- Be evaluated on their awareness and knowledge of health and disability issues through administration of a pre- and post-assessment.
ASL interpreters, captioning services, or other accommodations are available upon request. The fellows can work at NACCHO’s headquarters in Washington, DC, or they can work remotely from their graduate school location.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
Please share this opportunity widely. Learn more about NACCHO’s Health and Disability program here.
The NACCHO Health and Disability Fellowship is supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Cooperative Agreement #6 NU380T000306-01-01 and the NACCHO Disability and Health program.