The program is designed for mid-career professionals with a commitment to making a further impact in rural health practice and policy. Applicants must have experience in either the Rural Health Clinic setting or a rural health care system. The fellowship requires a full-time, in-person commitment for either a 4-week continuous timeframe, or two, 2-week periods in May, June, or July 2023. The selected candidate will reside in Alexandria, Virginia during the fellowship period and work within the NARHC DC Office, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m-6 p.m. Lodging and travel expenses will be fully covered by the program, and an $8,000 stipend will be provided the fellow directly. Applications are due by January 2.