UK Center of Excellence in Rural Health, Kentucky Office of Rural Health, and UK CCTS Community Engagement and Research Program
Opportunity for Kentucky individuals associated with nonprofit organizations to participate in a training program. The purpose of this program is to educate community leaders on how to effectively engage the public in an effort to mitigate health inequity and improve health services.
The Community Leadership Institute of Kentucky (CLIK) is a leadership development training program offered by the UK CCTS Community Engagement and Research Program and the UK Center of Excellence in Rural Health. The Institute is designed to enhance community research and capacity-building competencies in community leaders, directors, and administrators. The overall goal of the program is to assist community leaders associated with organizations that engage and empower communities to reduce health disparities, leverage funding, and learn how to use data to improve services and programs.
Training Sessions Include:
Each participant’s organization will receive a grant for their participation in this competitive program and completion of proposed project. Priority will be given to leaders from Appalachian counties in Kentucky (http://www.arc.gov/counties). In addition, priority will be given to applicants who propose projects consistent with the UK CCTS Community Engagement and Research Program’s areas of interest including:
GrantWatch ID#: 160479
Up to 10 positions available are for the 2020 class.
Each participant’s organization will receive a $2,500 grant for their participation in this competitive program and completion of their proposed project.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
For questions regarding this training program, please contact Ashley Combs at firstname.lastname@example.org or (606)-439-3557 ext. 83449.
Send application by e-mail to email@example.com or send via US mail to the address below.
UK Center of Excellence in Rural Health
750 Morton Blvd.
Kathryn Cardarelli, PhD
Director of the Community Leadership Institute of Kentucky (CLIK)
Beth Bowling, RN
Rural Project Manager, Community Engagement & Research
(606) 439-3557 ext. 83545
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