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Application Process

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Who should letters be addressed to?

Baylor College of Medicine does not require the letters to be addressed to a specific person. If you would prefer, letters can be addressed to Erin Cannon and sent to the following mailing address:
BCM Administrative Fellowship Program
Attn: Erin Cannon, MPA
One Baylor Plaza
Suite 143A
Houston, TX 77030

Do all of the letters of recommendation have to be sent in together?

It is acceptable for the recommendation letters to be sent separately. We do ask that you let us know through email or in your application packet that they will be sent separately.

Who is considered a recent graduate?

A recent graduate is an applicant who has graduated within one (1) year of the start date of the fellowship program from an accredited school with an advanced degree and who can demonstrate a history of interest in healthcare.

If I have taken classes at a community college, do I need to have that transcript as well?

We will not need transcripts from a community college if your official undergraduate transcripts have the transferred credits with the letter/number grade present. If your official undergraduate transcript does not have the grades noted, we will need the transcripts from the community college that indicate the grade.

When can I expect to hear back about my application?

Candidates will receive communication regarding their application no later than late October.

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How long is the fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine?

The fellowship lasts for one (1) year.

Can the administrative fellow select what departments he or she would like to rotate through?

Yes, at the start of the fellowship the fellow discusses his or her goals and what departments he or she would like to rotate through in order to gain the most beneficial experience.

How many fellows do you accept each year?

BCM generally accepts two (2) fellows each year, but it is contingent upon the needs of the organization.

Since Baylor is part of the Texas Medical Center, will there be opportunities to network outside the organization?

Yes, the fellows will have the opportunity to become a member of the Texas Medical Center Administrative Fellowship Association. This association includes all administrative fellows throughout the TMC.

What kind of mentoring and professional support is provided for fellows?

Fellows receive support from their preceptor, supervisor, designated mentors, past fellows and several other managers within the organization.

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Application Information

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The application deadline for the Baylor fellowship is Sept. 28, 2020. Learn how to apply.

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Meet Our Fellows

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Learn more about our current fellows and catch up with past participants of the Administrative Fellowship Program.