Administrative Fellowship Program
Candidates must have earned by the start of the fellowship an MHA, MSHA,
MPH, or MBA from a CAHME, AASB, or CEPH accredited program with an emphasis
in healthcare management, and have demonstrated an academic performance
level of a 3.5 GPA or above. Candidates that have completed the didactic
curriculum of such program and need to complete a one-year fellowship
for conformance of their master's degree will also be considered.
Prior healthcare industry experience is preferred.
The most promising applicants are individuals who demonstrate leadership
skills, superior academic performance and relevant work experience related
to healthcare. Candidates must be able to work independently, have strong
analytical skills and are self-starters, with strong organizational and
time management skills. Excellent candidates will be knowledgeable of
past and current health industry perspective and possess the ability to
balance multiple projects and tasks.
St. Joseph Health is a member of the
National Council on Administrative Fellowships (NCAF), a collaboration of leading administrative fellowship sites and
graduate health management programs, to improve the application process
and fellowship experience.
St. Joseph Health will be participating in the National Administrative
Fellowship Centralized Application Service (NAFCAS). NAFCAS is a simplified
and streamlined application process for candidates interested in applying
to administrative fellowships.
Below you will find links to both the NCAF site (for information regarding
standardized application dates and deadlines) and NAFCAS (a universal
fellowship application portal).
NCAF Homepage: Includes standardized application dates and an overview of Code of Good Practice.
NAFCAS Application Portal: Informational page until is opens on July 19th, 2016