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Applications are now open for the inaugural 2023-2024 cohort of PHEARLESS, a new initiative that will bring rising public health leaders together with community leaders to co-create sustainable solutions that advance health equity and well-being for all.
The PHEARLESS (Public Health Regenerative Leadership Synergy) initiative will integrate regenerative leadership education and experiential learning with innovative collaborative tools that will help public health and community leaders build the skills they need to tackle the complex issues facing their communities today. As a holistic, strengths-based and adaptive approach to leadership, regenerative leadership focuses on creating positive change and restoring balance in complex
Fifteen community collectives will be selected to participate in a one-year program comprising four competency-developing modules and a culminating activity. Each four-person team will include two rising public health leaders and two rising community leaders. The community collective should submit one application on behalf of all four collective members.
Selected community collectives will be eligible for:
There will be four modules held over the course of the one-year program as well as a culminating activity. Three of four modules will be held virtually and will require the community collectives to meet together locally. Collective members will be required to travel to attend the live in-person module in November 2023.
To learn more about the criteria and how to apply, visit: https://health.usf.edu/publichealth/clphp/phrls.
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