Grant Alerts

New York City Fund For Girls and Young Women of Color – New York Women’s Foundation (Deadline: June 12th, 2018)

The New York Women’s Foundation seeks proposals from organizations that are led by and for young women of color and who are reflected across organizational leadership, advance the collective leadership of young women of color toward broad based change, with an emphasis on advocacy, community organizing, and long-term active participation in community and civic life, and specifically address systemic causes of racial, gender, and economic disparities.

Mentoring Opportunities for Youth Initiative – U.S. Department of Justice (Deadline: June 28, 2018)

This funding opportunity supports applicant organizations as they strengthen and/or expand their existing mentoring activities with active chapters or subawardees and/or other mentoring organizations. Mentoring activities include direct one-on-one, group, peer, or a combination of these types of mentoring services for at-risk and high-risk youth populations. Successful mentoring programs include matches between a mentor and one or more youth. Mentoring can take place in multiple and informal settings and in a school or program context.

Children’s Physical and Mental Welfare Program Grants – The American Legion Child Welfare Foundation (Deadline: July 15, 2018)

The American Legion Child Welfare Foundation accepts proposals from nonprofit organizations for projects that either contribute to the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual welfare of children through the dissemination of knowledge about new and innovative organizations and/or their programs designed to benefit youth or contribute to the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual welfare of children through the dissemination of knowledge already possessed by well-established organizations, to the end that such information can be more adequately used by society.


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The Center for Health and Health Care in Schools is thrilled to launch our updated Partner Build Grow Action Guide.
Partner Build Grow, the Action Guide outlines practical steps to help you align school and community efforts and resources that enable children to succeed – and to sustain these efforts through collaboration and systems change.
It breaks down the process into four interconnected prongs – Building an Action Team, Mapping Assets, Connecting with the Policy Environment, and Communications – that will help you engage with cross-sector partners, develop an action plan for your specific context, access viable financing and regulatory strategies, and create communications objectives. It can be used to maintain an effective initiative or to help schools and communities determine new actions that will best benefit their children. The revisions include a new section for those just starting the process, and new and updated information in each prong, as well as within the corresponding worksheets. Check it out here.
Upcoming Webinar
Register for the upcoming webinar, Partner Build Grow: Sustainability Approaches for Wellness Programming, to learn more about how to use and implement this tool in your community. Click here to register.
WebinarPartner Build Grow: Sustainability Approaches for Wellness Programming
Date: June 27th, 2018
Time: 3:00pm – 4:00pm EST (12pm – 1pm PST)

New Resources

  • The TAG Playbook is a comprehensive guide that provides a framework for taking action to promote adolescent health. As you may remember, the Playbook has a section for health professionals that includes resources and action steps. The updated Playbook also has new sections on how workforce development professionals can support youth, information about youth with disabilities, as well as action steps built on updated research findings, best practices, and experience from previous initiatives.  
  • School – Based Health Alliance is hosting a one-day advocacy campaign on June 4  to secure a federal program dedicated exclusively to school-based health centers (SBHCs). The vision is to establish federal authorization dedicated exclusively to school-based health centers – enabling opportunities for future funding. They are requesting online support through their platform here.
  • This Edutopia article discusses the impact of childhood trauma that goes beyond kids and reaches into the lives of educators who work closely with them daily, known as vicarious trauma. See how it can develop and how teachers can recognize its symptoms and develop preventive strategies to take adequate care of themselves.

Job Opportunities

The Population Health Specialist will work within the Quality Improvement department and utilize their independent judgment and discretion to execute the WWH Quality Management Plan. This role is responsible for improving WWH’s population health outcomes by optimizing the use of the Electronic Medical Record, WWH data and reporting systems and partner institution systems, patient data registries, health information exchanges, and population health management platforms. This is an ideal position for a public health practitioner who is interested in the multi-faceted and continuously transforming environment of community-based primary care.

Public Health Analyst – IHRC, Inc. (Atlanta, GA)

The Public Health Analyst will support public health operational objectives for the Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention (DHDSP). This will include conducting independent research for its broader sodium initiative and providing analysis and supporting documentation and communication.

School Nurse – Roberto Clemente Charter School (Allentown, PA)

Roberto Clemente Charter School is looking for a staff nurse to work under the direct supervision of the Certified School Nurse (CSN). The staff nurse will be responsible for providing day-to-day health care services for our students in grades 6-12 and will assist the CSN with immunization compliance, completing yearly student health screenings, and maintaining the student health records.

School Guidance Counselor – Lehigh Valley Academy Regional Charter School  (Bethlehem, PA)

This position is part of the student services team and provides academic, social, emotional, behavioral and mental health supports and programming to students, families, and school personnel to improve students’ academic and social success.


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