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Fellowship Programs

As we work to provide the best care for our patients, YVFWC recognizes the need and the benefit of training and mentoring the next generation of healthcare professionals.  To meet this need, we started the Sollus Northwest Administrative Fellowship and welcomed our first group of fellows in summer 2015.

Current Fellowship Programs

Sollus Northwest Administrative Fellowship Program

Application Deadline: October 7, 2016

Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic's (YVFWC) Sollus Northwest Administrative Fellowship Program is a 12-month program providing extensive exposure to the management and unique dynamics of a Federally Qualified Health Center.

The program is specifically intended for recent (less than 18 months from the program's start month) master level graduates from an accredited school who have a desire and commitment to serve underserved populations with an emphasis on the Latino population. The administrative fellowship program consists of three types of fellows who will be assigned to one of the following departments:

You are also encouraged to apply if you will complete your master's degree by our August, 2017 start date.

Under the guidance of an executive mentor and project supervisor, fellows gain the broad range of hands-on experience, knowledge, and skills to become successful leaders in any healthcare setting, with a special emphasis in community health. The fellowship is a salaried and benefited position. Four fellowship slots are available for the 2017-2018 class.