Tag Archives: Higher Education

COMMUNITY: Office of Diversity & Equity Interns Present on their Experience 7-20-2012

Mitchell Xiong and Omar Aljundi, both students from San Francisco State University, interned with the San Mateo County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services’ Office of Diversity & Equity (ODE) as part of their culminating experience course in the Health Education program.  The interns presented on what they learned in working with the 7 cultural competency initiatives under the ODE.

The 7 cultural competence initiatives under the Office of Diversity & Equity include:
-African American Planning Initiative
-Chinese Health Initiative
-Filipino Mental Health Initiative
-Latino Collaborative
-Pacific Islander Initiative
-PRIDE Initiative
-Spirituality Initiative

For more information, click on the logo below to download the brochure.

NEWS: Harvard Financial Aid

Ever think about attending Harvard, but getting into debt was the biggest deterrent? Families with incomes below $60,000 are not expected to contribute to college costs. Harvard’s financial aid is based on demonstrated need, check the link below or call (617) 495-1581 for more information.

 

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PARTNER EVENTS: Working With Filipinos: History, Culture & Perspectives 06-07-2012

The Filipino Mental Health Initiative (FMHI) is conducting a FREE training aimed at clinical providers, educators, school counselors, and administrators who work with Filipino clients and students.  Lunch will be served and certificates of attendance will be given.

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LGBTQQIA: Celebrating the Life of Rae Tapia 05-01-2012

NCPP cordially invites you to attend this celebration of the life of Rae Tapia, a transgendered youth from Woodside High School who took her own life last year as a result of struggles related to her identity.  Join the community in exploring solutions and finding ways to heal and grow from this experience.

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COMMUNITY: The Future Public Health Leaders Program

Public Health is a community issue at heart.  Minorities are often underrepresented from Census counts, but overrepresented in prisons. Public Health services are often limited when dealing with minorities, who often have cultural stigmas seeking help in addition to their health issues. Language barriers, lack of awareness, and health care cost all contribute to the low numbers of minorities seeking public health services. The goal of the Future Public Health Leaders Program (FPHLP), is to find participants with similar backgrounds as the under-served who understand the struggles of minorities seeking Public Health services. By providing the next generation of Public Health Leaders with the right tools and mentoring the FPHLP is invested in developing the leaders of tomorrow.

The Future Public Health Leaders Program (FPHLP) provided by the University of Michigan is an effort to increase the presence of minorities in the field of Public Health. There is a recognized need for more minorities in Public Health and we must start now by looking within our own communities to grow the next generation of leaders. By looking into our communities for the next generation of leaders, FPHLP is seeking those with the cultural awareness to bridge the gap between providers and patients. The FPHLP is a 10-week program that will provide participants with the real world experience needed to tackle healthcare inequalities.

 

The fast approaching deadline is February 10, 2012 register today.

 

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YOUTH: Al Teglia Endowment Fund Scholarship

We all need a little help sometimes. Pursuing an education is one of the noblest pursuits and scholarships can give the boost to reach your goals. The Al Teglia Endowment Fund Scholarship is accepting submissions until Friday February 17, 2012 at 5:00 pm. For more information and requirements download the flyers below.

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