Future Public Health Leaders Program (FPHLP) at the University of Michigan
School of Public Health (UM-SPH) offers college
students (sophomores, juniors and seniors) a 10-week residential summer
program that introduces students to careers in the public health field.
Participants will receive leadership training, orientation to public health
disciplines, and “real-world public health experience.” American
Indian and Alaska Native students are strongly encouraged to apply!
The program includes:
- A 3-day retreat at the
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, GA;
- On-campus housing;
- Stipend of 3 equal
payments over the summer;
transportation from your home to Ann Arbor, MI;
- Field experience;
- Engaged mentorship to
guide participants in the field of public health, public health careers,
and the graduate school application process and more!
the FPHLP website
to learn more about the program, eligibility and the application process.
Deadline: January 30, 2013
past Native Youth Listserv messages? That’s Ok. You can
visit the Center’s NEW Native
Youth Listserv page to view other Native youth opportunities
from previous listserv messages.
also encourage you to visit our website (www.cnay.org) for a comprehensive list
of available resources (scholarships, fellowships, summer programs, grant
opportunities, etc.). Thank you for your continued support and interest in
the Center for Native American Youth.
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About the Center
Founded by former US Senator Byron Dorgan, the
Center is a policy program within the Aspen Institute, headquartered in
Washington, DC. While a part of the Aspen Institute, the Center is also
overseen by a Board of Advisors. The goal of the Center is to bring greater
national attention to the issues facing Native American youth, and to foster
solutions, with special emphasis on youth suicide prevention. How
you can help.
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