The Resident Leadership Academy


Program Overview

The Resident Leadership Academy is a curriculum based public health leadership program that empowers local residents from under-served and under-resourced communities to increase health and quality of life in their communities by improving food and physical activity environments and public safety in their communities. CHIP conducts a train the trainer program for leaders and providers who wish to replicate the model in their respective communities.


Program Demographics

Target Age Group: Young Adult, Adult

Target Ethnicity: No Target Ethnicty, Asian, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, Pacific Islander, White

Target Area: San Diego County

Instruction Languages: English, Spanish


Enrollment and Timeline

Costs: $

Application Deadline:

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Length of Program:

Time Commitment Per Week: 5-9 hours


Qualifications:

None other than a half page application of interest, and the commitment to the complete the process once started.


Program Contact Info

Organization: Community Health Improvement Partners

Name: Dana Richardson

Email: drichardson@sdchip.org

Website: http://www.sdchip.org/Resident-Leadership-Academy

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