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Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) – Advancing Systems of Services for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs (Deadline: November 14, 2017)

The purpose of this funding opportunity is to improve health and well-being for children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN) and their families by increasing access to patient and family-centered care, improving the process of transitioning youth into the adult health care system, and adopting health care financing models that achieve cost savings by supporting state Title V programs and stakeholders through training and tech.

New Schools Venture Fund – Education Leadership Diversification Program Grant (Deadline: September 15, 2017)

New Schools Venture Fund is seeking to fund initiatives with ambitious ideas focused on advancing Black and Latino leadership in education. They are open to a broad range of approaches, including efforts to recruit, place, develop and retain diverse leaders in a range of education roles. While they prioritize investing in early-stage ventures (0 to 2 years of development), they will also consider investing in new initiatives at existing organizations. 

Tomberg Family Philanthropies – Grants to Improve Community Wellbeing  (Deadline: September 15, 2017)

The Tomberg Family Philanthropies support projects in the areas of education, the environment, health and poverty alleviation. The organization offers grants with the ultimate goal of helping recipients become sustainable to continue making a difference beyond the time frame of a specific project. Grants are offered to 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations based in the United States and certain government entities such as public schools and universities.

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Boulder County Public Health – Health Planning and Evaluation Manager (Boulder, CO)

Boulder County Public Health is looking for a Health Planning and Evaluation Manager to provide strategic communication, planning, policy, and IT (information technology) leadership to BCPH programs, initiatives, and staff in order to assure that all people in Boulder County have the opportunity for a healthy life. The position employs a collaborative, team-based approach using data, assessment, planning, and evaluation to improve the agency’s effectiveness and the health of the community.

District of Columbia – Analyst, Health and Wellness (Washington D.C)

The Office of the Chief of Schools is looking for an Analyst for their Student Wellness Division to implement school health programming that promotes student wellness, addresses health risk factors that impact academic outcomes, and supports schools in meeting student health needs.

SABIS International Charter School of Springfield – School Psychologists (Springfield, MA)

SABIS International Charter School of Springfield is looking for a School Psychologists to provide a full range of school psychological services to children grades K- 12, including screening and assessment, individual and group counseling with students, interface with school staff, parents, and outside agencies as appropriate.

Syracuse Academy of Science Charter School – School Nurse (Syracuse, NY)

Syracuse Academy of Science Charter School’s Elementary School Campus is looking for a Substitute School Nurse to assist school nurses in administration of the health services program.  Provide students with health services. Incorporate students into health education program and teach preventive health practices.

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