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Background in healthcare is not required! All majors accepted!
The Management Fellowship is a three- year leadership acceleration program at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (part of City of Hope). During the Fellowship, you will be trained in analytic problem-solving, mentored by senior executives, and given the opportunity to develop your leadership capabilities. You will work in teams on rotating projects in a variety of business functions such as strategy, analytics, hospital operations, product development, tech innovation, pharmacy, community outreach, and patient experience. You will present your analyses and insights to senior executives, while driving enterprise initiatives. By the end of the Fellowship, you will be fully equipped to transition into a wide range of potential leadership opportunities. Most current Fellows are based in Chicago – we encourage living here, although it’s not required.
First-year Fellows develop problem solving skills, build a professional network, and learn about the business of healthcare. Three to six month projects provide you with an in-depth understanding of specific business units as well as broad exposure across a variety of functions.
Second-year Fellows lead project teams, guide first-years in problem solving, and learn to turn in-depth analyses into high-level insights and presentations to executives. As a second-year Fellow, you will develop management skills through coaching and providing feedback to first-years and running the logistics of the Fellowship program (recruiting, development, onboarding, and other functions).
Third-year Fellows lead end-to-end projects on enterprise initiatives and transition into gaining depth and specialization in a particular business function and working closely with one team. You will continue to fine tune your skills in a managerial role as you lead first-year and second-year Fellows on projects and serve in an advisory role for Fellowship programming.
Post-Fellowship, you will have opportunities to work with senior executives to determine your future career steps, typically in a role within a specific business function. You will be responsible for building and leading new enterprise capabilities while continuing to work with and mentor Fellows, and you will use your problem-solving background and leverage your network to accelerate your growth within your specific business unit. Regardless of your career path, you will join a community of Fellowship Alumni who provide mentorship, support, and guidance as you jump-start your career.
No previous work experience is required.
In order for your application to be considered, you must complete the questionnaire at  by 2/17/2023 at latest.
First round interviews will start on 2/6/2023. While applying later won't affect your interview decision, we encourage you to submit as soon as you are ready!
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