[PHNUTR-L] Leadership Development Opportunity
larsson at u.washington.edu
Tue Nov 29 13:45:00 PST 2005
Another leadership development opportunity posted by Trudy San Jose
White for Jeremy Sappington, Director, NWPHLI.
> Good morning,
> Jeremy Sappington, the director of the Northwest Public Health Leadership
> Institute (NWPHLI) asked that I circulate the following information.
> This will be the fourth year for the NWPHLI! We'd love to have you
> Leadership Development Opportunity!
> The NWPHLI offers a year-long learning experience designed to
increase participants' community leadership skills through on-site and
distance education. Scholars from diverse backgrounds and organizations
will study and work together to develop community health leadership
skills to apply in their organizations and in their communities. The
goal is to create integrated and innovative approaches to building
healthy communities. Faculty, experienced in community health
leadership, have worked with alumni to develop a curriculum that is
organized around five content modules: current public health challenges,
leadership skills assessment and development, collaborative community
leadership, crisis leadership, and mentoring and coaching.
> Who should apply?
> The Institute is aimed at professionals who are committed to
contributing to the health of populations within the NW region. Scholars
may represent a wide variety of organizations and job titles, including
government agencies (federal, state, and local); community-based
organizations; tribal health organizations; and hospitals, clinics, and
community health centers.
> Scholars must have five or more years of professional experience
related to the health of the public, with at least one year in his/her
present position. Scholars must be in a leadership position or have
demonstrated leadership interest and ability, and be able to commit to
attending all three on-site sessions and actively participate in the
distance activities between sessions. There is no minimum educational
> Continuing Education Credit will be offered for the onsite sessions
for various professions based on 66 hours of instruction.
> How do I apply?
> Applications and further information about the Institute will be
available at our web site in November 2005: http://nwcphp.org/nwphli/
Application deadline for the 2005 program is January 16, 2006.
> Tuition is $1,800.
> Contact us:
> Northwest Public Health Leadership Institute, School of Public Health
and Community Medicine, University of Washington, Box 354809, Seattle,
WA 98195-4809 PHONE: (206) 616-2941
> FAX: (206) 616-9415 EMAIL: nwphli at u.washington.edu
> The NWPHLI is the product of a partnership among the NW Center for
Public Health Practice at the University of Washington’s School of
Public Health and Community Medicine, Portland State University, and the
states of Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington.
> NWPHLI: Developing and supporting community leaders to fulfill
society's interest in assuring conditions in which people can be healthy.
> The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention co-sponsor the Summer
Institute for Public Health Practice
> The new application form will be available online in the next few
> I am attaching a flyer and an application form. The dates for the
onsite sessions are tentative.
> Please pass this information on to any of your colleagues that you
think may be interested in this opportunity.
> If you are on several listservs and have received this more than
once, please accept my apology for the inconvenience.
> Thank you.
> Trudy San Jose White
> Administrative Coordinator
> University of Washington, Box 354809
> NW Center for Public Health Practice
> 1107 NE 45th Street, Suite 400
> Seattle, WA 98105
> 206.685.2931 Fax 206.616.9415
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