Administrative Fellowship Program

The Hartford HealthCare (HHC) Administrative Fellowship Program is a paid position sponsored by Elliot Joseph, Hartford HealthCare CEO, and supported by Senior Executive Leadership.

About Hartford HealthCare

At Hartford HealthCare we are dedicated to providing patients with an exceptional, coordinated care experience and a single, high standard of service. Our partners include a tertiary-care teaching hospital, an acute-care community teaching hospital, an acute care hospital & trauma center, two community hospitals, the state’s most extensive behavioral health network, a large primary care physician practice group, a regional home care system and a physical therapy and rehabilitation network. Our Institutes include Bone & Joint, Neurosciences, Heart & Vascular and the Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute which provides coordinated care across five cancer centers and is the charter member of the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Alliance.


Role Title

Administrative Fellowship


Description

This project-based fellowship provides the opportunity to work with Senior Executive Leadership on assignments based on organizational need and the individual’s personal interests. The Fellow will gain system level exposure to human resources, quality, operations, performance excellence, planning and business development, marketing and finance.


Application Process

Applicants must graduate prior to the start of the fellowship (June, 2020). Eligible applicants are graduates of an accredited CAMHE or equivalent master’s degree program. We do not sponsor visas for this program.

Applications can be submitted online through the National Administrative Fellowship Centralized Application Service (NAFCAS). Applications will open June 13, 2019 and will be accepted through October 2, 2019. Offers will be extended on or before November 13, 2019.

Apply at NAFCAS

Required Application Material

  • Resume

  • Three Letters of Recommendation:
    • 1st letter must be professional
    • 2nd letter must be academic
    • 3rd letter can be personal, academic or professional
  • Official Graduate School Transcript

  • Unofficial Undergraduate Transcript

  • One-Page Statement of Purpose (interest in Hospital Administration, career objectives, reason for seeking an administrative fellowship, specific interest in Hartford HealthCare)


Term

12 months with opportunity to transition to post-fellowship role.


Approximate Start Date

June, 2020


For more information

Please contact HHCAdministrativeFellowship@hhchealth.org should you have any questions related to the application process.