The deadline for 2016 PCLP applicantions is Sunday, January 31, 2016. For more information on the application process, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants are required to upload the following documents:
- Academic Documents
- NMF Financial Aid Transcript
- Applicants will provide the name and contact information of a Financial Aid Officer to complete the form, which is sent directly to the officer.
- Official Letter of Financial Aid Award Offer
- Current Professional School Transcript
- Personal Documents
- Verification of Citizenship: Acceptable forms of proof of citizenship include a scanned copy of one of the following:
- A US birth certificate
- A current US passport
- USCIS certificate of naturalization
- Voter's registration card (accompanied by a picture ID)
- Short Biography
- A sample of the short biography is provided here. Please note: Your short biography does not need to include a description of your anticipated PCLP Project. PCLP Site Partners will take the lead on identifying project topics.
- Personal Statement
- Discuss experiences you have had working in or being a part of a medically underserved population, and elaborate on how these experiences have impacted your educational path, your professional aspirations, and your decision to apply to the GE-NMF Primary Care Leadership Program. (500 word limit)
- Two Letters of Recommendations
- Applicants will specify the names and contact information of their recommenders during the application process. When choosing a recommender, it is advisable to choose someone who knows you and your work well, and can attest to your community commitment and leadership. After applicants supply the name of their recommenders, those recommenders will receive an email with instructions on uploading their recommendation letter.
- One recommendation letter should be sent from a dean, faculty member, or chief administrative officer from your academic institution.
- The second recommendation letter should be sent from a community leader or volunteer supervisor. If a community leader or volunteer supervisor is unavailable, a second letter from a dean, faculty member or school administrative officer is acceptable.