Opportunities

March 2023

SHARE THIS
TwitterLinkedInFacebookEmail

One-time

Submit abstract: Blazing Trails of Progress & Innovation (Safe States Alliance). Due: Mar. 8.  

Kresge is launching a cohort-based, early-career fellows program in 2024 that is designed to invest in and empower the next generation of social sector leaders. Each fellow will be embedded within a specific program team while also engaging in cohort-based programming such as mentoring, professional development opportunities, leadership training and more. The application deadline is March 12 for the following fellows: 

  • American Cities Program Fellow 
  • Education Program Fellow 
  • Environment Program Fellow    
  • Health Program Fellow 
  • Social Investment Program Fellow 

Submit manuscript: Theme Issue: Public Health and Care Delivery (NEJM Catalyst). Due: Mar. 15.

Funding: Behavioral Health Integration Evidence Based Telehealth Network Program (Health Resources and Service Administration). Due: Mar. 22.

Submit abstract: 2024 APHA Annual Meeting and Expo (APHA). Due: Mar. 29.

Funding: Climate Pollution Reduction Grants Program: Implementation Grants (General Competition) (EPA). Due: Apr. 1.

Call for papers: Special Issue: Envisioning Public Health as a Learning Health System (Learning Health Systems). Due: Apr. 1.  

Funding: Drug-Free Communities (DFC) Support Program-Competing Continuation (Year 6) (CDC). Due: Apr. 17.  

Funding: Advancing Health Equity in Asthma Control through EXHALE Strategies (CDC). Due: Apr. 19.  

Call for nominations: APHA annual awards. Due: Apr. 25 

Funding: Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity for Prevention and Control of Emerging Infectious Diseases (CDC). Due: Apr. 30.  

Ongoing

White House list of open and upcoming infrastructure funding opportunities.

Certificate program: In 7.5 hours of free, online training, earn a Public Health Law Academy Certificate from CDC/ChangeLab Solutions.

Fellowship: CDC Public Health Law Fellowship is a paid opportunity offered to graduate students, law students, and recent alumni to provide on-the-job training. Host sites include state, tribal, local, or territorial health departments, CDC, or other public health law organizations. Host site applications are accepted on a rolling basis.  

Fellowship: Public Health Law Fellowship (CDC). Accepting applications on a rolling basis.

Sign on statement: Organizational Statement of Support for Prohibiting Flavored Tobacco Products (Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids). Signatures accepted on a continuous basis.  

SHARE THIS
TwitterLinkedInFacebookEmail