Fellows work on projects that align with HMPI identified organizational priorities and have real community impact. Fellows will work closely with HMPI policy analysts, consultants and community partners throughout projects. Fellows are assigned projects based on their interest, skill and future career aspirations.
Fellows will have the opportunity to focus their work on a primary project, and contribute to the general work of the office (supporting the policy team during legislative session, research on emerging issues, etc.). Project topics available for fellows to focus on may include, but are not limited to:
During the course of the fellowship, fellows will have the opportunity to further develop topic-specific knowledge, shape and even lead future HMPI projects and develop sustainable solutions to local and statewide issues, while creating lasting community relationships.
Fellows will complete the above projects by performing the following activities on a regular basis:
Fellows will be overseen by the Program Director, and may work frequently and closely with policy analysts and other staff depending on project assignments.
NOTE: The fellowship is not a clinical internship or supervised practice program of any sort, and fellows may not engage in any form of clinical service during their fellowship.