Applications Now Being Accepted for 2016-2017 Global Health Service Partnership Volunteer Positions
Seed Global Health’s flagship program with the Peace Corps and US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) tackles health care provider shortages by sending US doctor and nurse volunteers to serve as educators in resource-limited countries
BOSTON, MA, June 8, 2015 — The Global Health Service Partnership (GHSP) is now accepting applications from doctors and nurses interested in working as volunteer educators alongside local faculty at medical and nursing schools in Malawi, Tanzania, and Uganda. GHSP is an opportunity for American doctors and nurses to make a lasting impact in strengthening health care delivery in resource limited settings. By helping train the next generation of local doctors and nurses, GHSP physician and nurse educators make a sustainable investment in improving health outcomes in areas with the greatest need.
Volunteers are deployed for one-year assignments starting in July 2016. Physician applicants must be board eligible or board certified in a clinical specialty. Nurse applicants must have a BSN with a minimum of 3 years clinical experiences (advanced degrees are preferred).
GHSP is a Peace Corps Response program, which offers high-impact, short-term assignments for qualified professionals. Benefits for volunteers include monthly living stipends, transportation to and from their country of service, comprehensive medical care, a readjustment allowance, and paid vacation days. Seed Global Health offers debt repayment up to $30,000 for qualified volunteers.
To learn more about GHSP and apply to be a volunteer, please visit seedglobalhealth.org/apply or contact email@example.com.Download 2016 Opening Statement