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UC Davis Summer Abroad Global Health Internship Scholarship

CFHI is proud to partner with University of California Davis Study Abroad in offering 7 unique programs that provide students the opportunity to gain clinical and public health experiences while being immersed in a local community. The scholarship application link can be found at the end of this page. 

Eligibility: Any prospective student who intends to participate in a UC Davis Summer Abroad Global Health Internship Program in Bolivia, Philippines, India, South Africa, Ghana, California or Hawaii in 2019. Applicants must be in good standing and have a GPA of 2.0 or above.

Additional selection criteria: Our selection committee takes many factors into consideration when choosing scholarship candidates. Scholarships are awarded to those who demonstrate a commitment to their communities and a genuine interest in global health. Preference may be given to:

  • Applicants of ethnicities underrepresented in CFHI programs

  • Applicants who demonstrate financial need

  • Applicants who have had limited opportunity to travel abroad

How to apply: Applicants will be asked the following:

Deadline for submission: March 1, 2019

Award Details: $500 toward the UC Summer Abroad Global Health Internship program fee.

Deliverables: Awardee will be asked to complete and deliver to CFHI a blog or video during the program and attend (either in person or remotely) one pre-departure orientation for the 2019 UC Davis Study Abroad Health Internship program.


Apply Here!

Past Recipients: 

Jacqueline Carranza graduated from the University of California, Davis with a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and International Relations in Fall 2018. Growing up in a small town of California’s Central Valley, she became aware of the health inequities that undocumented migrants face. This led to her interest in improving healthcare in low-income communities. In UC Davis, she conducted an independent-research project as a Ronald E. McNair Scholar, which focused on synergy and communication that indicated an overall positive impact with public health collaborations that led her to present her findings in many universities throughout the United States such as Brown University. Having the opportunity to complete an internship in Tarija, Bolivia through the CFHI-UC Davis Summer Abroad Global Health Internship Scholarship, it solidified her decision to pursue a Masters in Public Health. This upcoming fall she will be enrolled in a Masters in Public Health program.