2015 Johnson & Johnson School Health Leadership Program

  1. The Rutgers Center for Alcohol Studies is pleased to announce the following school communities that have been accepted to the 2015 Johnson & Johnson School Health Leadership Program.
    The Johnson & Johnson School Health Leadership Program is a nationally recognized fellowship program designed to empower teams of school nurses and their community/school partner(s) to become leaders within their community's educational and health services teams. The 18 month program includes intensive educational experiences and applied community-based initiatives that equip fellows with skills and knowledge to become community health leaders. Designed by the Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies* the program strives to improve student and community health practices around the nation. A list of the School Community and States accepted: Congratulations to the School Communities accepted to the 2015 JJSHLP | Education & Training
    Augusta County/Staunton City/Waynesboro City, VA
    Ballston Spa Central School District, NY
    Camden County (Pre k to 5 & Special Needs), NJ
    Camden City, NJ
    Central Arkansas, AR
    Cherry Creek School District, CO
    Cheyenne, WY
    Cincinnati Public, OH
    Dover, NJ
    Eastern Carver County Schools, MN
    Georgetown ISD/Williamson County, TX
    Greater Minot Area, ND
    Hillsborough School District, NJ
    Hillsdale, NJ
    Monmouth County, NJ
    New Brunswick School District, NJ
    Parkersburg, WV
    Pueblo, CO
    San Diego Unified School District, CA
    Sayreville School District, NJ
    Seneca/Southwest, MO
    West Allis School District, WI

    For more information about this program please visit: School Health Leadership Program | Education & Training
    *The Johnson & Johnson School Health Leadership Program is designed and disseminated by the Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies in educational partnership with the National Association of School Nurses (NASN). This program is made possible by the generous support of Johnson & Johnson. Support for New Jersey teams' participation in this program is provided in part by a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's New Jersey Health Initiatives program.
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