Center for the Advancement of Health & the University of Michigan School of Public Health -- Kellogg Health Scholars Program (Deadline: 1/8/08)
The Center for the Advancement of Health and the University of Michigan School of Public Health’s Kellogg Health Scholars Program seeks to develop new leadership in the effort to reduce and eliminate health disparities and increase access to services vital for achieving healthy communities.
Federal Research Grants for Parenting Capacities and Health Outcomes in Youths and Adolescents (R21 and R01) (Deadline: 2/5/08)
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is accepting applications for its Parenting Capacities and Health Outcomes in Youths and Adolescents grant program. The purpose of the program is to increase parent capacities and reduce, eliminate, or prevent one or more high-risk health behaviors or poor health habits in youth and adolescent children by supporting projects that target two or more ineffective parenting practices or behaviors and two or more youth/adolescent high-risk behaviors.
Surdna Foundation -- Community Revitalization Grants (multiple cities) (Deadline: Rolling)
The Surdna Foundation is accepting applications for its Community Revitalization Grants program to support projects that improve the quality and longevity of communities, such as through development that is walkable, environmentally sustainable, and cost-effective.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation -- New Connections Initiative (Deadline: 1/4/08)
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) is accepting applications for its
New Connections Initiative. The purpose of this program is to support
an increase in the diversity of perspectives informing RWJF
programming, introduce new researchers and scholars to RWJF, and help
RWJF staff measure progress towards program objectives by enabling
underrepresented Junior Investigators and Senior Consultants to work
with the RWJF Health Insurance Coverage, Building Human Capitol,
Childhood Obesity, Pioneer, Public Health, Quality/Equality, and
Vulnerable Populations teams.
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention -- Assessing the Effects of Interpersonal Violence Prevention on Suicide (U49) (Deadline: 1/7/08; Letter of Intent)
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Center for
Injury Prevention and Control is accepting applications for its
Assessing the Effects of Interpersonal Violence Prevention on Suicide
(U49) Cooperative Agreement to determine whether interventions designed
to prevent interpersonal violence impact self-directed violence.
James Irvine Foundation -- Leadership Awards (California) (Deadline: 1/18/08)
James Irvine Foundation is accepting applications for its Leadership
Awards to recognize leaders who have improved conditions in California
through innovative and effective solutions.
Crossroads for Kids -- Director of Development and Communications (Duxbury, MA)
The Director of Development and Communications oversees fundraising campaigns, communications activities and volunteer services for Crossroads for Kids, an organization providing educational and recreational activities for at-risk children. He or she will work with community-based and school organizations to help students achieve success. For more information and to apply for this position please click here.
Illinois Health Education Consortium -- Program Coordinator (Chicago, IL)
The Program Coordinator will work part-time to manage the School Immunization Outreach Program, which works with school nurses to identify students who have not been fully immunized and the Illinois Search Program, which places student health professionals with community health organizations to gain clinical experience. To apply for this position please mail, e-mail or fax an application to Carla M. Green, MPH, Director, Clinical Education, Illinois Health Education Consortium/AHEC, 310 South Peoria Street, Suite 404, Chicago, IL 60607, email@example.com, fax: 312-996-0723.
The Center for Applied Research & Technical Assistance -- Research Associate (Baltimore, MD)
The Research Associate will assist team members with the implementation of research projects related to academic achievement, workforce preparation, juvenile justice, adolescent health, including reproductive and sexual health, and community youth development. He or she will design and maintain databases, conduct data analysis and present findings to project directors. For more information and to apply for this position please click here and search for 'Research Associate.'