LOOP LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM PAST FELLOW LANDS A JOB! APPLY TO BECOME A FELLOW BY SEPTEMBER 16TH

LOOP LDP Fellow Jason Cross Lands Outreach Job!

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We are excited to announce that former LOOP LDP Fellow (and current LOOP Tailored Assistance Trainer) Jason Cross recently secured a job as a full-time Outreach Coordinator for Tramutola in Oakland!
Tramutola’s outreach coordinators will be speaking to voters and empowering volunteers in their ability to make an impact on the outcome of the upcoming election. The job description said they needed someone who is a quick learner, a team player, and is passionate about standing up to Big Tobacco – and that is Jason! See Jason’s bio HERE.
Good luck on your new job, Jason, and keep us posted on how it’s going!
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Interested in Becoming a LOOP Fellow? Join the Final LDP Cohort Through UCSF
Because of the passage of California’s historic 2016 tobacco tax, thousands of jobs in tobacco control across the state of California are being created. The average person has little knowledge of these career opportunities. We want to help you develop your leadership skills as we guide you through a wide array of career-boosting opportunities.

The LOOP LDP can help you to build your capacity and increase your knowledge of tobacco control. We are actively recruiting 12-16 “Fellows” to participate in a comprehensive 8-week program. The fall cohort (Cohort 9) will be the last LDP cohort through UCSF after 8 leadership development cohorts over the past years. The LOOP fellows will have ongoing access to a cadre of mentorship and support. The LDP program will help develop your leadership skills and work through a lens of health equity.

APPLY HERE

APPLICATION DEADLINE: September 16, 2019 at 5pm (PST)
Please Address Questions To:
Coordinator Specialist
The LOOP Leadership Development Program
Telephone: (415) 502-3265
We look forward to you joining our NINTH & FINAL cohort of leaders!

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