Minority Administrative Fellowship Overview

We appreciate your interest in Catholic Health Partners’ (CHP) Minority Administrative Fellowship Program, and we invite you to use the links below to access detailed information on the program’s structure and application process.

 CHP’s two-year Minority Administrative Fellowship Program is designed for recent graduates with a master's degree in healthcare administration, business administration, health services administration, or a related degree from an accredited program. 

Fellows gain on-the-job experience and mentoring, as well as in-depth exposure to a broad range of management issues, as they interact with senior-level executives. In addition, Fellows learn firsthand about crucial aspects of leading a nonprofit, faith-based healthcare system, including caring for our local communities, responding to their ever-changing needs and remaining accountable to those we serve. 

Catholic Health Partners recognizes communities are transforming and growing more diverse.  CHP is committed to making sure its workforce and leadership are a reflection of the communities we serve.  From providing culturally competent patient-centered care, vendor diversity and recruiting diverse workforce talent, multicultural and inclusion efforts are incorporated into all facets of the organization.  

By means of the CHP Minority Administrative Fellowship Program, CHP identifies and grooms early careerist for leadership positions throughout the organization.  Fellows gain on the job experience and mentoring, as well as in-depth exposure to a broad range of management issues and learn firsthand about crucial aspects of leading a non-profit, faith-based healthcare system.  Fellows additionally are exposed to leadership training and interact with senior level executives. 

Participation in the Minority Administrative Fellowship Program is an exciting and effective way to advance your career in healthcare management. Admission to the program is highly competitive, and individuals hoping to be considered for the 2015-2016 cohort must submit an application packet by September 1, 2014.  

Please review the information on this website carefully and consider applying for this unique and rewarding opportunity!