Northwest Public Health Leadership Institute
The Northwest Public Health Leadership Institute is a nine-month program designed to build collaborative leadership skills for the next generation of public health leaders.
The Leadership Institute uses a problem-based learning curriculum and is guided by practice-based faculty. Leadership Institute scholars from diverse backgrounds come together in three on-site sessions throughout the year. In between these sessions, learning continues through distance-based learning methods. During the program, scholars will:
- Develop their own, personalized leadership development plan
- Complete a leadership project, integrated with their current workplace
- Analyze four real-world public health leadership cases
Leadership Institute Quick Facts
Length: 9 months
Format: Distance-based and in-person learning (three on-site sessions in Seattle)
Registration Deadline: Details on the 2015–16 program year are TBD. For general questions about the program, contact Trudy San Jose White.
Cost: Sample cost: early bird special is $1,800 per person / $1,600 per person for groups of three or more from the same organization. Regular cost is: $2,500 per person / $2,300 per person for groups of three or more from the same organization.