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Emergency Preparedness and Vaccination Planning Storyteller Application (2022-2023)

September 1 - September 30

Emergency Preparedness and Vaccine Planning Storytellers

Storytellers

The Storytellers’ funded opportunity is a part of NCUIH’s Emergency Preparedness and Vaccine Planning CDC funded grant initiative. Up to 10 Storytellers will participate through July 2023. 

Who are Storytellers? 

  • Federally Funded Title V Urban Indian Organizations 
  • All program types, including outreach and referral, residential treatment, and mental health and substance abuse outpatient sites 
  • Supporting other organizations through knowledge, experience, and resources to assist others to maneuver through adult vaccinations, such as influenza and COVID-19, within their organizations and roles. 
  • Funded opportunity of $30,000 for 10 UIOs 

What will Storytellers do? 

  • Share on emergency preparedness and/or vaccine planning such as: 
  • Policies and procedures 
  • Standard Operating Procedures 
  • Trainings 
  • Templates 
  • Strengthen your vaccine & emergency programs with reviews and Subject Matter Experts (SME) support 
  • Ability to support SMEs in the development of trainings and documents 
  • Platforms utilized: 
    • SharePoint 
    • NCUIH Website 
    • NCUIH Newsletter 
    • Trainings/Webinars 
  • Attend monthly check-in calls & trainings/webinars provided by the NCUIH project team 
  • Approximately 5-10 staff hours per month 
  • Opportunity for Professional Development Opportunities for your staff! 
Applications open NOW!

 

Details

Start:
September 1
End:
September 30
Event Category:
https://bit.ly/application-storytellers

Details

Start:
September 1
End:
September 30
Event Category:
https://bit.ly/application-storytellers

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