The Administrative Fellowship Program seeks diverse candidates from strong master's-level accredited programs. Competition for this program is intense, and selection is a challenging exercise in discerning those best suited, while striving for diverse skill sets, backgrounds, work experiences and interests.
Current and previous administrative fellows have hailed from across the U.S. and have completed their academic training at a wide variety of institutions.
- Have a master's degree (M.B.A., M.H.A., M.H.S.A. or related field) or be a degree candidate who is on schedule to complete the degree before the fellowship start date in July
- Preferably have a master's degree from a program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME), though applications from non-CAHME programs are accepted for review
- Have experience within the health care industry, such as an internship, externship, fellowship or applicable employment
- Possess broad knowledge of current and historical perspectives of the health care industry that can include business management and administration, clinical practice management, clinical research and education, hospital administration and management, finance, human resources and organizational development, information systems, and managed care
At this time, Mayo Clinic is not able to provide visa sponsorship for individuals participating in the Administrative Fellowship Program.
- Cover letter addressed to Administrative Fellowship Program Selection Committee
- Personal statement (one-page single-spaced essay geared toward strengths, interests and experiences)
- Graduate letters of recommendation (one academic and one professional)
- Official, sealed graduate school transcript
- Official or unofficial undergraduate transcript
Timeline and selection process
Applications are typically accepted from July through early October. If we are currently accepting applications for the Administrative Fellowship Program, our job posting can be viewed by entering "Administrative Fellowship Program" as the keyword in the "search jobs" box above.
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The Administrative Fellowship Program online posting outlines the job description, qualifications, application process, required materials and application deadline.
The timeline for the fellowship recruitment and selection process is:
- July 13, 2015: Fellowship job opportunity posted online
- Oct. 5, 2015: Application deadline
- Mid-October 2015: Phone interviews
- Nov. 5-6, 2015: On-site interviews
- Nov. 16, 2015: Begin extending fellowship offers
- July 2016: Fellowship begins
Mayo Clinic is aligned with the National Council on Administrative Fellowships (NCAF) and the NCAF Code of Good Practice, which includes a coordinated approach to the application and selection process timeline.