May 24, 2011 2 Comments
“The Resident Leadership Academy is a true investment in human capital within commonly overlooked neighborhoods”
The Community Health Improvement Partners (CHIP) is a collaboration of health related organizations and agencies working in San Diego County. In a project funded by Communities Putting Prevention to Work (CPPW) dollars, CHIP is developing a Resident Leadership Academy (RLA), which aims to foster and support leadership at the neighborhood level and provide community members the needed skills to weigh in on local planning processes. The Resident Leadership Academy is working to not only inspire locally driven change, but give community members the tools to do that effectively and with confidence.
The Residential Leadership Academy includes 10 leadership and educational development sessions in these initial pilot communities: Oceanside, National City, Lemon Grove and Southeast San Diego. Read more of this post