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IU Health, ranked among the nation’s best by U.S. News & World Report for 21 years, offers four enriching fellowship and advanced rotational programs aimed at developing the next generation of leaders by providing unique opportunities to gain new skills.
We’re looking for talented students and graduates who are inspired by challenging and meaningful work for the good of every patient. People who are motivated to do their best every day. People who are always ready to apply themselves.
Join an elite group of young professionals in one of these career launching opportunities by applying today.
The Administrative Fellowship at IU Health is an integrated program that offers learning experiences in various areas over a 24-month span.
Fellows will engage in stimulating projects and customizable rotations that link to facility-level or system-wide goals. The program is led by a diverse steering committee and each fellow is assigned a mentor from the executive leadership team who provides extensive development opportunities.
This highly competitive program is open to applicants with an MHA, MHSA, MPH, or MBA graduate degree from a CAHME, CEPH, AACSB, or ACBSP accredited program.
Learn more about the program by visiting the Administrative Fellowship program page.
The Management Rotation Program at IU Health attracts talented MBA students and graduates from top-tier business schools who are interested in pursuing a career in healthcare administration.
Management professionals will gain insight into the business side of a healthcare organization while preparing for a leadership role. Management professionals are exposed to real initiatives impacting IU Health and will have unique opportunities to develop their leadership acumen by participating in the mentorship program, attending monthly leadership rounding events, or serving on the steering committee.
For more information about the program and application process, visit the Management Rotation Program page.
IU Health offers exciting opportunities for those seeking undergraduate internship experiences. Internship opportunities may be offered in the summer, fall and spring, depending on the business area.
Interns at IU Health will find opportunities to grow in meaningful ways while preparing them for the next step in their professional career.
Explore internship opportunities at iuhealth.org/careers.