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U.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesLAUNCHING SOON: Primary Care Training and Enhancement-Residency Training in Mental and Behavioral Health (HRSA-23-099)Through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act, the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) will support a new notice of funding opportunity totaling nearly $60 million over 5-years to support training to expand the public health workforce.Primary Care Training and Enhancement-Residency Training in Mental and Behavioral Health (HRSA-23-099) is a new program that will train primary care residents in the prevention, identification, diagnosis, treatment, and referral of services for mental and behavioral health conditions. In particular, the program will benefit pediatric, adolescent, young adult, and other populations who are at-risk or have experienced abuse, trauma, or mental health and/or substance use disorders, including those related to the effects of gun violence.Awards will support both classroom training and clinical rotations that focus on mental and behavioral health conditions. Eligible entities include:Accredited public or nonprofit private hospitals.Schools of allopathic medicine or osteopathic medicine.Residency programs accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education in family medicine, general internal medicine, general pediatrics or combined internal medicine and pediatrics (“med-peds”); andTribes and tribal organizations, if otherwise eligible.The Primary Care Training and Enhancement-Residency Training in Mental and Behavioral Health program is authorized by Section 747(a) of the Public Health Service (PHS) Act (42 .U.S.C. § 293k(a)) and the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act, P.L.117-159.To be notified when this funding opportunity opens, sign up for Health Professions Notice of Funding Opportunities (NOFO) updates.

Energy logoU.S. Department of EnergySustainable Research Pathways (SRP) is a comprehensive workforce development program designed to connect students and faculty working with underrepresented groups * with U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) National Laboratory scientists to encourage lasting collaborations, jump start careers, and build inclusive workplace environments.Are you interested in applying for the SRP program, but you have questions??? Join a call on Thursday, October 6, 2022, at 3pm PDT/6PM EDT to get answers.  Register here.Application Deadline is Friday, October 14, 2022.  SEE BELOW FOR PROGRAM DETAILSSustainable Research Pathways – Sustainable Horizons InstituteFor more information, visit: apply, visit: you have any questions, please send an email to: info@shinstitute.orgBuilding inclusive pathways to HPC, computational, and data science careers Sustainable Research Pathways (SRP)Sustainable Research Pathways (SRP) is a comprehensive workforce development program designed to connect students and faculty with U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) National Laboratory scientists to encourage lasting collaborations, jump start careers, and build inclusive workplace environments. SRP began in 2015 at Berkeley Lab and has fostered over 300 connections between lab scientists and faculty and students from a variety of U.S. colleges and universities. In 2021, SRP expanded through the DOE Exascale Computing Project (ECP), to a multi-lab High-Performance Computing program. Based on last summer’s success, SRP is now a multi-lab program spanning ECP and other computational and data science projects. SRP includes:Matching Workshop to explore potential collaborations with DOE staffOnboarding prior to summer Summer experience working at a DOE National LaboratoryOpportunity to present summer work at a scientific conferenceCatalyzing Ubiquitous Learning Through InnoVATive Engaging Conversations (CULTIVATE Conversations)Students from and faculty working with students from underrepresented groups (Black or African American, Hispanic/Latinx, American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islanders, women, persons with disabilities, first generation scholars, and students from smaller colleges and universities) are strongly encouraged to apply.Jump start or expand your career possibilities with the opportunity to collaborate with teams spanning multiple DOE National Laboratories and academic institutions across the U.S.  Check out SRP and apply today.

DHS LogoU.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesFunding Opportunity Announcement – RFA-HS-22-010: Institutional National Research Service Award (T32)The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) will award National Research Service Award (NRSA) Institutional Research Training Grants (T32) to eligible domestic institutions to enhance predoctoral and postdoctoral research training and ensure that a diverse and highly trained workforce is available and committed to the generation, translation and dissemination of new scientific evidence and analytical tools that will be used to improve health care delivery in the United States. AHRQ expects that the proposed research training programs will incorporate didactic, research and career development elements to prepare individuals for careers that will have a significant impact on the health care needs of the Nation.Key Dates:Letters of intent due date – October 14, 2022Application due date – December 1, 2022

FlyerThe Environmental Justice Thriving Communities Technical Assistance Centers ProgramThe Environmental Justice Thriving Communities Technical Assistance Centers (EJ TCTAC) Program provides grant funding to eligible applicants to establish technical assistance centers across the nation providing technical assistance, training, and related support to communities with environmental justice concerns and their partners. The new technical assistance centers will provide training, assistance, and capacity building on writing grant proposals, navigating federal systems such as and, and effectively managing grant funding. These centers will also provide guidance on community engagement, meeting facilitation, and translation and interpretation services for limited English-speaking participants.The EJ TCTAC program will coordinate with and complement the Department of Transportation’s Thriving Communities Initiative that is providing technical assistance and capacity building resources to improve and foster thriving communities through transportation improvements. EPA and the Department of Energy (DOE) are partnering on this initial rollout of the program.On this page:Is My Organization Eligible?Requests for ApplicationsPre-Application Assistance Calls and WebinarsResourcesPast Grant RecipientsPrevious Requests for ApplicationsIs My Organization Eligible?If your organization is NOT eligible to apply directly to be a Thriving Communities technical assistance center, we encourage partnering with an eligible entity. See the RFA for more information.  Eligible entities include:Public and private universities and collegesPublic and private nonprofit institutions/organizations (includes institutions of higher education such as community colleges, and philanthropic organizations), Intertribal Consortia – a coalition between two or more Indian tribal governments authorized by the governing bodies of those tribes to apply for and receive assistance and participate in self-governanceEPA strongly encourages all eligible applicants listed above to apply under this opportunity, including Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs), such as Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), Predominately Black Institutions (PBIs), Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs), Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs), and Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institutions (AANAPISIs), as well as university business schools and business programs.Requests for ApplicationsThe 2022 EJ Thriving Communities Technical Assistance Centers RFA has been amended! Total Funding now up to $100 million. Up to $10 million per award for a 5-year period. Deadline extended to November 1st.This Request for Applications (RFA) provides a total of up to $100 million in funding for the establishment of 5 – 10 technical assistance centers across the nation serving communities with environmental justice concerns and their partners. Funds per award will total approximately $10 million depending on funding availability and other applicable considerations. Awards will be incrementally funded with periods of performance of five years. Awards will be issued as cooperative agreements and EPA will be substantially involved in the operation of the centers. The specific number of awards and the amounts may vary from these estimates. Awardees will be required to provide an array of direct technical assistance services to underserved communities and those working to address environmental justice issues over the period of performance.Eligible applicants should prepare budgets for up to approximately $10 million over five years with up to approximately $2 million budgeted for each year. The amount of incremental funding available in subsequent years will depend on funding availability and other applicable considerations. Eligible applicants must detail in their applications which established geographic area(s) the applicant will serve. Further details, including a breakdown of the geographic areas, are provided in the Request for Applications (RFA) available below.This opportunity closes on November 1, 2022.

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