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The MultiCare fellowship program is a highly visible 12-month, preceptor-directed learning experience focused on developing emerging leaders for our organization. The program provides health system management and administrative experience with mentorship from our senior executive team.
The fellowship focuses on “real world” projects chosen by the preceptor and program coordinator. The interests of the Fellows and the current needs of MultiCare are also considered. The approximate ratio of project work to shadowing is 75 percent projects, 25 percent shadowing.
The fellowship is an approximate split between 75% project work, 25% curriculum, mentorship, and career development.
Our fellows lead projects that are important to our future and reflect the complexity of health care leadership roles.Here is a sample of past fellow projects:
Curriculum: In addition to “learning by doing”, you’ll have dedicated time to focus on your own development through formal classes, networking, a fellow book club, and industry conferences.
Mentorship: You’ll be provided two layers of executive mentorship, as well as regular meetings with the program administrator and mentorship from past fellows.
Examples of past executive mentors include: SVP/Chief Executive of the Puget Sound Region, VP – Care Continuum, COO of Rockwood Clinic.
Application opens: July 30, 2020
Application due: September 21, 2020
Phone interviews: Late September, 2020
Final Interview: Late October, 2020
Start date: June or July 2021
To apply for this position, please visit our job listings and search for the Administrative Fellowship.
The MultiCare Administrative Internship program is a summertime opportunity that takes place over 10-13 weeks. Students in a Masters-level health administration, business administration or similar field will be exposed to the complexity of the health care industry through various projects and preceptor shadowing.
The internship program is designed to be approximately 60 percent project-based work and 40 percent learning from leaders within the organization. If selected, you’ll work on a variety of system-level projects and attend executive meetings. With this exposure and visibility, your internship experience is sure to be an immersive, fruitful and rewarding experience.
Application opens: December 2020
Application due: January 2021
Start date: May-June 2021
To apply for this position, please visit our job listings and search for the Administrative Internship.
If you have questions, please contact our program Administrator, Trina Tan.