Learning Opportunities: Student Placement Projects, Onboarding, and Grant Guidelines

This week, the PHLN is delighted to highlight two self-paced courses from Region 1, and 2 live webinars from Region 3 and Region 5.




From Region V – Region V Public Health Training Center

Tribal Adolescent Sexual & Reproductive Health: Practices for Public Health Professionals

Live webinar May 23: Join us to learn more about key concepts on issues related to adolescent sexual and reproductive health and propose methods for public health professionals to effectively influence healthy behaviors in teen Tribal members. This webinar is geared toward health educators, nurses, public health professionals, tribal health workers, allied health professionals.

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From Region III – Mid-Atlantic Regional Public Health Training Center

Optimizing the EXPO Experience

Live webinar June 12: Participants will engage in a panel discussion with field placement students, collaborative project students, site supervisors, and faculty collaborators who will share advice, learned experiences, and tips for success.

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From Region I – New England Public Health Training Center

Onboarding New Employees

Self-Paced course: An effective onboarding plan helps new employees adjust to their jobs by establishing better relationships, clarifying expectations and objectives, and providing support through feedback, coaching and follow-up. This leads to higher job satisfaction and performance, lower employee stress, greater commitment to the organization, and decreased staff turnover.

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Living on Grants: Practical Budgeting Guidelines

Self-Paced course: No Matter what level of budget management or review is your responsibility, this webinar can help you identify the requirements and limitations for grant budget development and the fiscal requirements after your proposal is awarded.

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