Foundation / Corporation
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Grants of $5,000, plus in-kind grants valued at $40,000, to USA and territories registered nurses in a leadership position for leadership training, professional development and collaborative programs with state action committees. Webinars will be held on March 9, and pre-registration is required.
The purpose of the programs is to develop a group of senior level PHNLs who have the capacity to lead individuals, organizations and communities to build partnerships around a Culture of Health, and to integrate public health nurse leaders and their work into the existing state action coalitions (ACs).
This program will be a two-year leadership development experience. PHNLs will spend the first year immersed in individual leader development through two face-to-face sessions, intensive executive coaching, technology-facilitated intersession activities, and access to individual development funds. The second year of the program will enhance the leadership competencies and coaching skills of both the Public Health Nurse Leader and key Action Coalition members.
This solicitation will fund the senior leadership development of up to 24 PHNLs for two years, including travel to program meetings, a value of over $40,000 each. PHNLs will also have access to $5,000 for additional individual leadership development or travel. Partnering action coalitions will receive $5,000 in unrestricted funds for their participation in this collaboration.
Funds to the PHNL and ACs may be used for meetings, supplies, project-related travel, consultants, and other professional development.
Funds may not be used:
-To subsidize individuals for the costs of their health care,
-To support clinical trials of unapproved drugs or devices,
-To construct or renovate facilities,
-For lobbying, for political activities, or as a substitute for funds currently being used to support similar activities.
GrantWatch ID#: 152034
Up to 24.
In-kind grants valued at $40,000.
$5,000 for additional individual leadership development or travel.
Two years. Funding period begins September 1, 2015.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Andrea Williams, deputy director
Telephone: (336) 286-4414
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