MAP provides travel scholarships UP TO $3,000 to health students & graduates pursuing global health missions.

Students and graduates in health-related fields including medicine, nursing, allied health, dentistry, pharmacy, and physical and occupational therapies are eligible to apply. Students who are unsure if they qualify can contact the MAP Fellowship Program Director, Brooke Allison, at

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Students and graduates in health-based fields preparing to serve health-based mission trips are eligible to apply for the MAP International Health Fellowship and receive up to $3,000 for travel-related expenses.

Fellowships are awarded on an ongoing basis as slots are available.

Applications received by MAP at least two months prior to travel are given preference. Mission placements that demonstrate a Christian-focus and mentorship capacity are also favored.

Students are responsible for finding their own mission trip placement prior to applying for the fellowship.

If you are interested in serving a mission trip but do not know where to apply for one, see potential placement options here.

Since the program was founded in 1970, MAP has sent nearly 2,000 fellows to 52 countries.

Potential Placement Opportunities

For students who have a desire to serve but do not know where to apply, MAP provides a list of potential placements. MAP does not affiliate with or endorse any of the medical missions included on the list.

Many colleges and universities also offer global health service opportunities. We encourage students to check with their schools to see what opportunities exist.

“MAP’s Health Fellowship Program plays an important role in connecting healthcare students with impactful opportunities to serve others around the world. The global health issues our world currently faces are vast, and it takes all of us to make a difference.”
Brooke Allison
MAP Health Fellowship Program Director