How To Apply
All application materials including the online NBBTP Fellowship Application, NBBTP Fellowship Reference Form, Official Transcripts from the institution of the highest degree earned, and any optional supplemental material are due by close of business on July 5, 2016 for the Class of Fellows beginning January 10, 2017. Each applicant must submit a completed application, including a resume or CV. Materials that arrive after July 5, 2016 may not be considered on an applicant's behalf.
Official Transcript from institution of highest degree must be sent directly from the issuing institution to:
ATTN: Jennifer C.
Three Dunwoody Park, Suite 103
Atlanta, GA 30338
During the NBBTP application review process, the NBBTP Selection Committee rates and ranks NBBTP applicants using a three-phase, structured assessment process. The first phase is based on the completed application, references, essay, official transcripts and optional supplemental material. After this initial review process, quarter-finalists are invited to phone-interview with members of the Selection Committee. Upon successful completion of the phone interview, semi-finalists are invited to participate in two days of personal interviews on-site at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD. Fellowship offers are conditional, pending verification of authenticity of application materials, official transcripts, and the applicant's ability to meet Federal guidelines for working with select agents.
Questions about the NBBTP Fellowship and/or Professional Development and Certificate programs are happily answered via firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 678-781-5241.
Jennifer Elin Cole, MSW
O - 678-781-5241
C - 404-697-6087
F - 678-781-5242