Final Call: Apply to be part of the Bernstein Fellows Class of 2015-2017
The purpose of the Jim Bernstein Community Health Leadership Fellows Program is to develop leaders to work in and improve the health of rural and other underserved communities and populations in North Carolina.
The Bernstein Fellows Program identifies and supports the work of outstanding individuals working in health services in underserved areas who embody Jim Bernstein’s vision and belief that everyone has a right to health care, that care should be delivered in a respectful, effective and efficient manner, and that the health-care system belongs to the communities where people live and providers practice.
The Bernstein Fellows Program seeks individuals who are committed to underserved populations and community-driven health care in North Carolina, and who demonstrate leadership potential.
- Up to two years of funding to support a project they develop that will improve the health of their community
- Educational opportunities and individual mentoring through a network of professionals associated with the Foundation