Become a Community Health Advocate: Paid Training Opportunity for Fathers
PA Project LAUNCH is offering an opportunity for professional growth and development for fathers in the Western Region. This community health advocate training will prepare fathers to make lasting change in the health of families and communities. The paid opportunity will provide participants with:
- 25 hours of paid training
- Free meals and childcare during the training
- A netbook that participants keep after the training
Participants will learn about advocacy and community engagement, gain skills in self-care, and learn how to use their experiences to make changes in their communities. The training will be held on three Saturdays (November 3, November 10, and November 17) from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm. The location of the training will be at Healthy Start Point Breeze, 400 North Lexington Street, Pittsburgh, PA, 15208. Space is limited. Contact Shannon Lawhorn via phone (412-723-1342) for more details or email to find out how to apply.
This paid training is made possible through a partnership with the Allegheny County Health Department and generous funding from the Heinz Endowments and the Eden Hall Foundation.