Preceptors are the cornerstone of the Fellowship Program. As leaders in public health, they mentor and guide Fellows as they discern their interests, strengths, and opportunities for growth. Fellows work directly with their preceptors in placements sites across the state to provide service within their organizations and to the communities served by the their placement sites.
In addition to providing ongoing supervision and mentoring to the fellow, preceptors will;
Provide ongoing supervision and mentoring to the Fellow; this entails a minimum of two hours per week to plan and discuss work progress.
Facilitate successful completion of Core Activities of Learning (CALs).
Participate in Fellow/Preceptor progress review meetings, Fellowship learning community, and end-of-year overall program evaluation.
Facilitate networking with appropriate staff and external partners.
Advise and assist Fellows in planning for post-Fellowship career opportunities.
Interested in becoming a Preceptor? Follow this link for more information.