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Request for Applications: Mentors for the Voluntary National Retail Food Regulatory Program Standards Mentorship Program

 

NACCHO invites local health departments (LHDs) to submit applications to participate as a mentor in a mentorship program with peer LHDs to share experiences and provide guidance, tools, and resources related to the Voluntary National Retail Food Regulatory Program Standards (Program Standards)

 

The overall objective of the mentorship program is to match LHD practitioners experienced in applying the Program Standards with LHDs currently or newly enrolled in the Program Standards and looking for guidance, tools, resources, and recommendations for achieving a standard or standards. This opportunity will provide capacity building and networking opportunities among the LHDs participating in the mentorship program.

 

The anticipated amount awarded to each selected mentor LHD will range from $8,000-18,000, depending on the number of mentees that will be taken on by the mentor. The application deadline is on November 9, 2012 at 8:00 PM EST.

 

This initiative is funded by a cooperative agreement between NACCHO and the Food and Drug Administration.

 

Click here for more information on the RFA and the application form

cracked desert Webinar: When Every Drop Counts: Initiatives in Indian Country  
The CDC and the American Public Health Association are co-sponsoring a four-part webinar series, "Drought: When Every Drop Counts." The series discusses significant overarching public health issues related to drought, highlights some of these impacts, and focuses on several American Indian and Alaska Native communities.  The fourth part will be presented on Oct. 22nd from 1:00 PM- 2:00 PM EDT and will include presentations from tribal professionals on access to safe water, changes to subsistence lifestyles, adaptation planning, training, collaboration and challenges in obtaining adequate funding to implement sustainable strategies. To learn more, click here 
NACCHO's Environmental Health Toolkits

ToolboxNACCHO's Climate Change, Food Safety, Healthy Community Design, and PACE-EH Toolkits offer downloadable tools and resources for local health departments. These toolkits connect local health departments with tools and resources to help support environmental health functions, projects, and activities.
 
NACCHO welcomes any tools or resources you would like to share with local health departments. To submit a tool to the Environmental Health Toolkits, contact Jacques Colon.

 

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