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Winter funding for health-related, community-engaged projects – apply by Nov. 30

November 17th, 2022
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Are you interested in a paid, health-related, community-engaged project this winter? If so, apply for funding from the Program for Community-Engaged Scholarship (ProCES) and the New Jersey Alliance for Clinical and Translational Science (NJ ACTS)!

ProCES and NJ ACTS will be able to support up to 4 undergraduate student projects. Brief applications submitted in SAFE are due by November 30, 2022 at midnight.

What opportunities are available?

Four projects listed below are available which include both in-person and remote opportunities. Please see the accompanying project description document for details about each opportunity and the partnering organization.

  • Diversity in Clinical Trials
  • Ecological Health in Trenton
  • Healthcare Roadmap for Transgender Youth
  • Expanding Parents’ Understanding of Early Childhood Development and Health

What is the amount of the funding and timeline?

·         Participants can receive between $1,200-$2,400 for two to four weeks of participation.

·         Projects can be conducted between mid-December 2022 and mid-February 2023.

 

Carefully read the attached Request for Applications (RFA) for details on the timeline, reporting requirements, and how to apply. Refer to the Project Descriptions document for details on the opportunities and community partners.

PDF iconFall 2022 RFA_ProCES_NJACTS (final 9 Nov 22).pdf

PDF iconProject Descriptions Fall2022_final (9 Nov 2022).pdf

 

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