The Bloomberg American Health Initiative will support a new generation of public health leaders in organizations across the country. These leaders will get their start as Bloomberg Fellows.
Apply now for the 2020 class of Bloomberg Fellows!
The application deadline is December 1, 2019.
Please note: In addition to completing the Bloomberg Fellows application forms, applicants must also apply to the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health through SOPHAS, the Schools of Public Health Application Service.
Seeking change agents
The Bloomberg Fellows Program is a groundbreaking initiative to provide world-class public health training to individuals engaged with organizations tackling critical challenges facing the United States. Fellows receive a full scholarship to earn an MPH or DrPH degree from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. We're looking for individuals working in one of our five focus areas:
- Addiction and Overdose
- Environmental Challenges
- Obesity and the Food System
- Risks to Adolescent Health
Applicants must apply in partnership with the organizations for which they work. Following graduation, Bloomberg Fellows will work for at least one year for their organizations, putting their new skills to use. These individuals and organizations will then join a growing network of scholarship, education and practice devoted to using the tools of public health to address the problems of the 21st century.
The Bloomberg School of Public Health strives for a highly diverse class in terms of race and ethnicity, income, geography, and other key areas.
Did you miss our webinar series? Recordings available below.
Bloomberg Fellows Program View the recording
Obesity and the Food System View the recording
Violence View the recording
Risks to Adolescent Health View the recording
Environmental Challenges View the recording
Addiction and Overdose View the recording
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2019 Bloomberg Fellows
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