CHIP Leadership Cohort
Thank you for our interested in the CHIP Leadership Cohort. The Coalition for a Healthy Greater Worcester is looking for individuals committed to improving the health of the Greater Worcester community, shows interest in promoting equitable organizations and systems, and directly connected to community programs, policy development or organizing.
This brief application will help us better understand your personal interests, skills, and goals for participation, based on the criteria outlined below. If you are selected to move forward with the next phase of the application process, we will contact you to set up a brief (20 minute) phone interview to discuss further.
We are accepting applications on a rolling basis, with phone interviews occurring until the end of August and early September, and all selected applicants notified by early September. This remote cohort-based learning and leadership development series will begin at the end of September and run through early 2021.
Criteria for participation include:
1.) A 1 year commitment to the cohort with an average of 6 hours per month of required meeting attendance and preparation
2.) Completion of the 18-hour Trauma, Resiliency & Racial Equity Training Institute offered within first 6 months
3.) Support of the community outreach strategy by spreading the word and recruiting new coalition members (August-October)
4.) Assist in reviewing and providing feedback on the conversation guides for the 2021 CHIP Development (August-September)
5.) Facilitate and lead a health topic planning group using conversation guides for the 2021 CHIP development process (September-January)
6.) Attend Monthly Coalition steering committee meeting and report on health priority area progress (Third Tuesday of the month 330-5pm)
7.) Facilitate and manage the monthly CHIP health priority area group meetings by ensuring task oriented goals are scheduled, tracked and completed by group members (schedule to be managed according to groups availability February-August)
If you have any questions, suggestions or concerns, please contact:
Why do you want to be a part of the CHIP Leadership Cohort?
What priority areas do you think you bring experience, expertise and enthusiasm?
Comprehensive health education in schools: Nutrition, mental health, sexual health, substance use (health literacy more generally)
Screening and Early Intervention: ACES Screening and early response increases likelihood to see improvements in downstream outcomes
Integrated care responses: Integrated response for co-occurring disorders; integrated behavioral health and primary care; integrate culturally and linguistically relevant practices into primary care
Shortages of providers and beds
COVID-19 Community Response
What assets do you offer to the cohort?
Anything else you think we should know about you?
The following is a list of expectations of participants. Please select all you feel you can adhere to:
A 1 year commitment to the cohort with an average of 6 hours per month of meeting attendance and preparation
Completion of the 18-hour Trauma, Resiliency & Racial Equity Training Institute offered within first 6 months
Support of the outreach strategy and conversation guides for the 2021 CHIP Development (August-September)
Oversight in the 2021 CHIP development process including prioritization September-January
Monthly Coalition steering committee meeting attendance and contribution (Third Tuesday of the month 330-5pm)
Monthly priority area group management and facilitation (schedule to be managed according to groups availability February-August)
Applications will be reviewed by Casey Burns, Director of the Coalition for a Healthy Greater Worcester. If you have any questions regarding your application, contact Casey at 508-425-0729 or email@example.com. Thank you!
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