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Johnson & Johnson School Health Fellows opportunity for school nurses

FELLOWs OPPORTUNITY FOR SCHOOL NURSES

The Johnson & Johnson School Health Leadership Program is a prestigious, FREE professional development program for school nurses and their colleagues. Teams of school Nurses and an executive sponsor will receive knowledge, skills, and mentoring designed to empower school nurses to be leaders within their community's educational and health services teams. Participants will graduate as Johnson & Johnson School Health Fellows with the ability to effect positive health change in their communities.

Deadline is December 10th. Create your team and apply for the Summer 2015 Institutes at: http://education.alcoholstudies.rutgers.edu/jjshlp

Johnson & Johnson School Health Leadership Program

The Johnson & Johnson School Health Leadership Program is accepting applications for the 2016 Summer Institute. The program is designed by Rutgers, Center of Alcohol Studies in collaboration with Johnson & Johnson and in partnership with the National Association of School Nurses. Applicants are responsible for travel expenses. Team applications are due November 20, 2015.

School Health Leadership Program | Education & Training

Flare, ASN, BSN

Specializes in school nursing, ortho, trauma.

i'd love to do this - but being a one man band here, i don't think i'd ever qualify.

"but being a one man band here, i don't think i'd ever qualify"

Why would you say that? It is a team application. Teams can be district wide, region wide, state wide. It requires a minimum of two nurses and one community partner. Community partners have been from the school administration, public health, non profits, foundations, YMCAs, community organizations, lead school nurses, state government, ........

Take a look at the application. Any questions? I can answer here.

Flare, ASN, BSN

Specializes in school nursing, ortho, trauma.

so given the topic - alcohol studies - would it be logical to incorporate a neighboring district and perhaps a DARE police officer that we share (the neighboring district nurse and I) if everyone were game - you know - if i could get everyone on board...

Johnson & Johnson School Health Leadership Program Accepting Applications for 2016!

NOW Accepting Applications for 2016!

The Johnson & Johnson School Health Leadership Program is a highly competitive, free, professional development program for school nurses and their community/school partners. Designed by Rutgers University in collaboration with Johnson & Johnson, this nationally recognized 18-month fellowship program empowers school nurses and community/school partners to become leaders within their schools and community health services teams.

The Fellowship program includes online and in person learning opportunities, including participation in a July 6-day residential institute.

School nurse teams from communities across the country are invited to apply NOW to begin the fellowship in the spring of 2016. Accepted applicants will have all educational expenses, excluding travel to New Brunswick NJ, paid for and receive CEU's for their participation. All education offered through the program is in partnership with the National Association for School Nurses (NASN) and CEUs are awarded.

For more information and to apply please visit our website at: School Health Leadership Program | Education & Training

NOW Accepting Applications for 2016! APPLICATIONS are

NOW DUE: NOVEMBER 30, 2015

If you graduated from the program prior to 2011, you are invited to apply again with a team of school nurses and community partner(s). Please do not miss the opportunity to experience the redesign of this professional development program!

The Johnson & Johnson School Health Leadership Program is a highly competitive, free, professional development program for school nurses and their community/school partners. Designed by Rutgers University in collaboration with Johnson & Johnson, this nationally recognized 18-month fellowship program empowers school nurses and community/school partners to become leaders within their schools and community health services teams.

The Fellowship program includes online and in person learning opportunities, including participation in a July 6-day residential institute.

School nurse teams from communities across the country are invited to apply NOW to begin the fellowship in the spring of 2016. Accepted applicants will have all educational expenses, excluding travel to New Brunswick NJ, paid for and receive CEU's for their participation. All education offered through the program is in partnership with the National Association for School Nurses (NASN) and CEUs are awarded.

For more information and to apply please visit our website at: School Health Leadership Program | Education & Training

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