The I-PHN Fellowship is a year-long paid fellowship for post-graduate students interested in working in the international public health nutrition sector. This highly-competitive program will accelerate the careers of eight fellows through an intensive classroom and field-based curriculum in the management of international public health nutrition programs. Fellows will be trained by experts in the fields of nutrition program management and humanitarian core competencies. At the end of the program, the eight fellows will be prepared to launch their careers as innovative leaders in the international public health nutrition sector.
In order to be eligible to apply for the I-PHN Fellowship, all applicants MUST meet the following criteria:
- Hold United States Citizenship or United States Permanent Residency
- Hold a minimum of a graduate degree in the health sciences, social sciences, international development, or similar fields by June, 2016.
- Be able to make a one year commitment to the fellowship.