Through an innovative scholarship program, the Colorado School of Public Health is offering graduate level Maternal and Child Health (MCH) courses that address the current educational and training needs of practicing MCH professionals working in hard-to-reach areas of the Rocky Mountain region.
This program will provide intensive public health education and skills development at a distance while allowing professionals to maintain their work and family responsibilities. The 1-credit courses will be offered without charge to a limited number of eligible MCH workers in rural, frontier, or tribal underserved areas in the Rocky Mountain region, North Dakota, and South Dakota. The majority of courses will be offered online.
The MCH-Link Program is funded through HRSA and available for the MCH workforce that already holds a bachelor’s degree and who currently works with an MCH population. The program provides full or partial funding to take courses either online or in-person at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Colorado School of Public Health.
This fall, we only have 8 spots available, and are now accepting applications on a first-come, first-served basis. Extended Deadline: July 29, 2016
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Admissions requirements and forms are available on the website: