Health Policy Fellowship for Graduate Students
The Health Reformers Academy (HRA), an organization focused on training rising policy professionals to effectively engage and communicate on health care issues, advocate for market-based change, and effectively advise decision-makers, offers two programs: a one-day 101 course for those new to health policy and a 3-month fellowship program that dives into the weeds of our health care system with leading policy professionals. Both programs are currently held virtually and do not require full-time participation. View the HRA flyer.
Through bi-weekly sessions with established health policy leaders and assigned readings, the fellowship aims to improve participants’ knowledge of health policy, advocacy skills to communicate these policy ideas, and network. A few of HRA’s instructors include Brian Blase (Paragon Health Institute), Ryan Long (Speaker McCarthy’s Office), Nina Owcharenko Schaefer (Heritage Foundation), and Brian Miller (American Enterprise Institute).
The HRA Fellowship is currently accepting applications (deadline: July 28). The opportunity is free to students and public employees. The cohort will run from September 7 to December 14. Prior health policy experience is not required.