check out our
Bertha Kim * Administrative Fellow
“As a Fellow, I had the opportunity to lead, manage, and support projects in multiple settings across the organization. Taking on lead project roles and interacting with physicians, staff, and leaders from across the organization sets us up to learn tactics to most effectively take on the challenges healthcare leaders face. Relations across the organization, from previous fellows to senior executives and clinicians, make JPS Health Network a great place to work and a great place to make an impact as an early careerist. I believe this experience will lay the foundation for my career by making me a more marketable job candidate upon completion of the fellowship, and by providing me with a perspective that will continue to resonate throughout my career.”
Master of Public Health, Dartmouth College
Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences, The Ohio State University
Guadalupe Mojarro * Administrative Fellow
“The JPS Postgraduate Administrative Fellowship has been a once in a lifetime experience. As a fellow, I’ve been able to experience and be a part of projects and opportunities I wouldn’t have elsewhere. The executive and leadership team at JPS has been incredibly welcoming and are genuinely interested in assisting and mentoring the fellows. The fellowship is specifically tailored to our interests ensuring that we receive a well-rounded but very personalized experience. As an aspiring healthcare professional entering the workforce it was very important for me to align myself with a healthcare institution that was firmly rooted in its community, JPS has not only met but exceeded all of my expectations. There is true commitment and dedication to serving others that is felt throughout the entire network. This fellowship has granted me the opportunity to truly develop and grow as a leader while working towards a mission I truly believe in.”
Master of Health Administration & Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Sciences, Texas A&M University
Julian Orozco * Administrative Fellow Alumni
“The Administrative Fellowship at JPS Health Network has been a robust and fulfilling experience. As the previous administrative fellow, I’ve been integrated into and mentored personally by members of the executive team. Exposure gained through rotations, hands-on projects, and access to our leadership team combine to form the cornerstone of this fellowship. The skills and tools I am learning are purposeful and are intended to enhance a young leader’s development.
JPS Health Network has an exceptional work culture, opportunities for growth, and cares for a unique and underserved population in Tarrant County; these traits alone make it an exceptional learning environment for an administrative fellow. Additionally, JPS has been named as one of Modern Healthcare’s Best Places to Work in Healthcare for 2017 & 2018 and ranks among the top in the world for talent development (Association for Talent Development). There truly is something special about JPS Health Network.”
Master of Health Administration, Penn State University
Bachelor of Science in Health Administration, Brigham Young University – Idaho
Logan Nettles * Administrative Intern & Fellow Alumni
“As a former intern, and now the current administrative fellow, I have grown in such a considerable way both in my career and personal life. JPS teaches you true compassion in servanthood, and the significance of a genuine focus on patient-centered care. Not only are we focused on improving the patient experience, but we put just as much care into our employee experience. We recently became one of Modern Healthcare’s 2017 Best Places to Work! Experiencing the exceptional and supportive leadership of the executive team and truly feeling like part of the family, were reasons enough to come back to JPS. As a fellow, I have the honor of working alongside senior leaders in several departments, including Patient Experience, Enterprise Risk Management, Community Health, and Behavioral Health. The fellowship is definitely a worthwhile experience that should not be passed up.”
Master of Science in Health Sciences (Health Services Administration Track)
Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration, University of Central Florida
Emil Kalloor * Administrative Fellow Alumni
“The time I spent at JPS as an administrative intern and fellow is something I cherish. I had the chance to learn from many great leaders and work alongside some of the most caring individuals I have ever met. The level of access we had to meetings, projects, rotations and events helped us learn how the organization functions from different perspectives. The level of support that the executive team and our preceptors showed us was amazing. I love being a part of the JPS family and I am thrilled to start my career in a place that I believe is putting the patients first in everything that we do.”
Master of Health Administration
Bachelor of Arts in Health and Human Physiology, University of Iowa
Gabriela Trevino * Administrative Fellow Alumni
“The JPS administrative fellowship was a wonderful experience that allowed me to grow both professionally and personally. It gave me the opportunity to work on meaningful and challenging projects that helped position me for a career that matched my interest after the fellowship. As a fellow, I was able to observe and learn how executive leadership help create a patient-centered culture with a devotion to constantly improving the patient and employee experience. I will always be grateful for the learning experiences and mentorship provided by my JPS family and leadership, and I am excited to continue to grow my career at JPS.”
Master of Science in Health Care Administration, University of Texas at Arlington
Bachelor of Arts in Biology, Austin College
Claire Simpson * Administrative Fellow Alumni
“I cannot begin to thank JPS for everything they have done to prepare me for my career in healthcare leadership. JPS is a mission driven organization that aims to improve healthcare and outcomes for people who truly need it the most. The projects I got the opportunity to work on as an intern and a fellow were unique and patient centered and I treasure the moments I got to spend with leadership, staff, and patients during my rotations. I can’t imagine working for a better organization, and I look forward to being a part of the JPS journey ahead.”
Master of Health Administration
Bachelor of Arts in Health and Human Physiology
Is there a specific format my cover letter needs to follow?
Who should I address in my cover letters?
Who should my letters of reference address?
Do you accept international students for the fellowship program?
Do you accept applications with international master’s degrees?
Am I eligible for the Administrative Fellowship if I am currently enrolled in master’s program?
Can I still apply for the fellowship if more than a year has passed since I graduated?