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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS 2017 | The Kresge Foundation Emerging Leaders in Public Health

 

LLC worked on the evaluation for Cohort 1. We encourage you to share the following invitation far and wide.

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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS 2017

The Kresge Foundation Emerging Leaders in Public Health

 

Calling all local public health officers – apply now!

 

 

The Kresge Foundation is partnering with the University of North Carolina Gillings School of Global Public Health (UNC) to recruit and select 20 teams for Emerging Leaders in Public Health (ELPH). ELPH is a leadership development initiative aimed at helping current and future local public health leaders advance innovative models which improve their organizations and position them for new opportunities to meet the changing health needs of their communities. Teams of two co-leaders will embark on an 18-month, action-oriented experience. They will focus on the development and implementation of a “transformative concept” that shifts or expands the capacity of their local health department. Participating leadership teams will receive coaching, education, and up to $125,000 from The Kresge Foundation to apply their leadership skills and competencies in the development and implementation of their concept.

Public health leaders who represent diverse backgrounds and serve populations experiencing health disparities are encouraged to apply. Application deadlines are approaching so apply now!

 

February 13, 2017 - Applicants must complete an ELPH Statement of Interest Form by February 13, 2107 to receive a link to the full online ELPH application.

 

February 20, 2017 - Applicants must submit their completed ELPH application by 11:59 p.m. ET on February 20, 2017.

 

More information about the selection criteria, application process, and stories of previous participants can be found at: kresge.org/elph. In addition, a recording of an informational webinar is available on the Kresge website, as well as Q&A’s with participants from the first round of the ELPH initiative.

 

Please forward this newsletter to any public health colleagues interested in becoming a transformative force in their local health departments and better positioned to respond to the changing health landscape of the communi