DASH is seeking community organizers that are convening community members and organizations to identify interventions to combat health disparities in underserved areas. This cohort is for organizations and organizers that are highly interested in approaching this work through an Asset Based Community Development (ABCD) program design. To learn more about the basic principles of ABCD, check out their website. Cohort participants will engage directly with trained faculty through a curriculum, receive 1-1 coaching, and participate in peer learning opportunities. Funding will be provided to support full engagement in this work. Partnerships must include an organization that is a nonprofit, government entity, or institute of higher education who will be the fiscal agent.
To learn more about our program-specific goals, award information and more visit the CIC homepage here.