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NeighborWorks Professional Development & Training

Invest Health will contribute 75% of your tuition costs to attend the course of your choice. In return, you are required to share your knowledge with your organization to enhance its overall capacity and community impact.
3.08.2018

United Way of Wyandotte County, Greater Kansas City LISC, Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City, KS, Kansas City Kansas School District and University of Kansas Medical Center: a local consortium of Invest Health Kansas City, Kansas (a collaboration between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Reinvestment Fund) 
is proud to announce a

Scholarship Program for Professional Development & Training

at the 2018  Training Institute in Kansas City

Invest Health will contribute 75% of your tuition costs to attend the course of your choice. In return, you are required to share your knowledge with your organization to enhance its overall capacity and community impact. You will also be asked to attend a post-event symposium to share your experience and examine how the strength of community development organizations are interrelated with the social determinants of health.

Eligibility Requirements

You must be a staff or board member of a certified or emerging community development corporation (CDC) or community housing development organization (CHDO), OR a hospital network, university medical center, FQHC, or Safety Net Clinic.

You must complete the online application and submit by 5pm March 26th.

You will be registered and notified about your course scholarship by April 16th.

Applications will be evaluated based on need and impact.

Total of scholarships limited to $12,500.

Invest Health Application for NeighborWorks Training
Application Linked Here
For More Information
NeighborWorks Website

Contact

Amanda Wilson
Email