With a grant from The Nicholson Foundation, the Foundation for Educational Administration is launching a 15-month Transforming Early Childhood Leadership Institute on March 18. The Institute will provide professional training and support to leadership teams from 51 schools representing 31 districts serving vulnerable children in New Jersey.
The Nicholson Foundation is pleased to announce that it has hired two new employees to senior positions. Kimberly Boller, PhD, joins as the Chief Strategy and Evaluation Officer, and Colette Lamothe-Galette, MPH, joins as a Senior Program Officer.
A grant from The Nicholson Foundation will help Rutgers University fundamentally transform medical and behavioral health education across the University. Students from eight schools that teach emerging health professionals will be trained to work in environments that integrate physical and behavioral healthcare.
The Nicholson Foundation has awarded Stevens Institute of Technology a grant to create and implement an innovative organizational development program at Monmouth Medical Center, a safety net hospital in Long Branch, New Jersey.
The Nicholson Foundation is requesting proposals from New Jersey-based primary care clinics or practices interested in integrating behavioral health into primary care. We plan to support up to four clinics to implement the Cherokee Health Systems’ model. Click below to download the RFP for full details.