ELSI is open to current Haverford sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Current first-year students are eligible if they have related CPGC fellowships. Bryn Mawr students who have declared a minor in Health Studies or a health-related independent major are also eligible to apply.
A six-day residential experience (Sunday, May 19–Friday, May 24), ELSI is an intensive and rigorous program, requiring participants to play active roles in discussions, undertake reading and reflective writing in the evenings outside of scheduled classroom time, and contribute to their classmates’ learning through active listening and offering constructive feedback.
A key feature of ELSI is the residential component. Participants will be housed together on campus (and cannot remain in their current housing). Move-in is Sunday, May 19 (afternoon).
Participants will receive full room and board at no cost.
All participants are expected to participate in every session during the 6-day program. The program will not accommodate delayed start dates or early departures due to other summer plans.
Applications for the 2019 ELSI program are due by February 28, 2019.
Using the application portal, applicants will upload their resume and unofficial transcript, and respond to short essay questions about their interest in global health.
Short-listed candidates will be invited for interviews. Successful candidates will be notified after Spring Break.
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