How to Apply for an Administrative Fellowship

Requirements

Interested applicants, prior to starting the fellowship program, must have a master's degree* in:

  • Business Administration (MBA)
  • Health Administration (MHA)
  • Public Health (MPH)
  • A health- or business-related field from an accredited graduate program

Candidates must also possess excellent analytic and communication skills, and should be motivated and self-starting.

*Candidates finishing master's degree programs requiring an administrative residency after completing classroom curriculum are eligible to apply. Accepted candidates are required to complete both years of the administrative fellowship program.

Apply

Health Services Division Administrative Fellowship

Insurance Services Division Fellowship

Application Deadline: October 5, 2015

Please submit the following items in a single PDF to CampusPrograms@upmc.edu by application deadline:

  1. Personal statement (two page limit):
    • Describe how the UPMC fellowship program aligns with your professional career goals
    • Discuss your first work experience (college or earlier) and describe the valuable skills it gave you
    • Provide a brief summary of hobbies and personal interests.
  2. Resume or curriculum vitae
  3. Unofficial undergraduate transcript
  4. Official graduate transcript
  5. Two letters of recommendation (one professional and one academic) mailed to:
    Paige Rogers
    US Steel Building, Floor 31
    600 Grant Street
    Pittsburgh, PA 15219
  6. Completed online application
    • Visit the UPMC Job Search site
    • Click "Advanced Search"
    • Enter the Job Opening ID from the listing below:
      • Allegheny County - 2081170
      • Blair County - 2081677
      • Erie County - 2081555

Application Deadline: October 5, 2015

Please submit the following items in a single PDF to CampusPrograms@upmc.edu by application deadline:

  1. Personal statement (two page limit):
    • Describe how the UPMC fellowship program aligns with your professional career goals
    • Discuss your first work experience (college or earlier) and describe the valuable skills it gave you
    • Provide a brief summary of hobbies and personal interests.
  2. Resume or curriculum vitae
  3. Unofficial undergraduate transcript
  4. Official graduate transcript
  5. Two letters of recommendation (one professional and one academic) mailed to:
    Paige Rogers
    US Steel Building, Floor 31
    600 Grant Street
    Pittsburgh, PA 15219
  6. Completed online application

*Please note, you will need to complete an online application for each Administrative Fellowship you are interested in - only one PDF will need to be submitted for all Administrative Fellowships.

After You Apply: The Selection Process

Health Services Division Fellowship and Insurance Services Division Fellowship

Step Date

After reviewing applications, UPMC will contact selected applicants to participate in first-round phone interviews.

Early October

Approximately 12 applicants will be chosen to participate in second-round video conference interviews.

Mid October
Approximately 6 applicants will be selected to visit Pittsburgh to participate in on-site interviews with the UPMC Presbyterian Shadyside executive team. Late October
UPMC will notify successful candidates of their acceptance to the UPMC Administrative Fellowship Program. Mid November

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