Wednesday, September 15, 2021

New Forward Together Ads: Stories of Connection

Check out the new video ads for the Forward Together campaign, they are great! 

The Forward Together campaign launched in September 2020 and is positively impacting the lives of youth, parents, and trusted adults across Colorado. 

Everything is focused on one goal: to help young people feel more connected – to peers, parents, and other trusted adults. Research shows that youth who are connected are less likely to smoke, drink, vape, use marijuana, and have feelings of depression.

See the New Ads: Stories of Connection
Starting this month, new Forward Together ads roll out statewide! 

The new spots feature stories of real Colorado teens and parents that represent a diverse array of voices. These stories explain how they have built stronger connections.

Ads will reach less-connected audiences through streaming TV (like Hulu), Snapchat, Pandora, and out-of-home placements, like bus shelters and laundromat posters.

The campaign goals for FY22 are to deepen relationships by focusing on how, and using tactical tips and real stories.

Watch the new video ads here — and look for ads in your community this fall as well! 

Tuesday, September 14, 2021

Student Leaders in Public Health - Financial Support

(Syd Stagg, 2020-21 SLPH Awardee)

The Student Leaders in Public Health (SLPH) program at the Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center is currently accepting applications. SLPH recipients receive $3,500 in financial support to assist with public health field placements and faculty-student collaborative projects. 

The goal of the Student Leaders in Public Health program is to enhance the public health workforce in the Rocky Mountain region, specifically in rural and under served communities and populations, by supporting students conducting applied health projects and providing opportunities for mentoring and professional development.

The first SLPH application deadline is September 15, 2021, but there is a second deadline of December 15, 2021.

Please spread the word of this opportunity to any public health students you know!

Click here for more information and the online application. 

Wednesday, September 8, 2021

The National Center is Hiring!


The National Center for Fatality Review and Prevention is hiring a third data analyst to join their team! This individual will work closely with the two existing senior data analysts. The primary job responsibilities are to provide data analysis support, training, and technical assistance to the National Fatality Review - Case Reporting System users. Additionally, this individual will help produce data infographics, written materials, and peer-reviewed publications.

This position can be full remote and is open to applicants throughout the US. 

Application deadline: September 19, 2021

View the job description and application here.