Posted by: Colorado School of Public Health
Applications are now being accepted for FALL 2017
MCH-Link Scholarship Program
We are offering 7 courses. See attached flyer for course descriptions.
WHO SHOULD APPLY?
MCH-Link has accepted students from the following disciplines/areas:
Parent Educators, MCH Program Managers and Consultants, Public Health Nurses, MCH Nurses, Oral Health Workers, Nurse Educators, Home Visitation Staff, Local Public Health Agency Directors and Staff, Program/Project Coordinators and Supervisors, Community Health Educators, MCH Epidemiologists, Grant Managers, WIC Staff, Nutrition Counselors, Behavioral Health and CSHCN Staff, Speech/Language Pathologists, Occupational and Physical Therapists, Physicians, Violence Prevention Staff, Indian Health Service Staff, Early Childhood Health and Head Start Staff, etc.
The MCH-Link Scholarship Program is funded through HRSA MCHB and is available for the MCH workforce who already hold a bachelor’s degree, and who currently work with an MCH population in a rural and/or tribal area in the Rocky Mountain region. The program provides FULL or PARTIAL funding to take 1-credit graduate-level courses either online or in-person through the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Colorado School of Public Health.
Acceptance is on a first-come, first-served basis!
We appreciate you broadcasting these educational opportunities to anyone in your reach who may be eligible!
To learn more about the MCH-Link Program
Eligibility and course information: http://www.mch-link.org
Application deadline: June 23, 2017
Questions should be directed to Elizabeth Greenwell, ScD, Assistant Professor, Program Faculty, MCH-Link Training Program.