Graduate Fellowship in Minority Public Health
The disAbility Law Center of Virginia’s Fellowship in Minority Public Health is open to students who graduated from a recognized MSW program or similar graduate program in 2021 or 2022 or who expect to graduate in 2023. The purpose of this Fellowship is to address health disparities and improve outcomes for people with disabilities in unrepresented, underrepresented, and marginalized communities; as well as, provide quality advocacy and skill building opportunities for recent graduates of MSW or similar graduate programs. Selected Fellows will also assist dLCV’s efforts to promote racial justice, build cultural, intersectional competency, and strengthen affinity between dLCV and minority-led advocacy.
The disAbility Law Center of Virginia currently has a full time Administrative Assistant position available. The primary function of the position is to assist with purchasing for dLCV and handling travel and training arrangements for staff. The position is the primary agency credit card holder. The preferred candidate will have experience with contracts and contract negotiation. The position will be the back-up for coverage of the receptionist desk and will provide assistance in human resources. Other tasks include assisting with social media and providing support to other agency staff, including providing transportation accommodations for staff with disabilities.