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Learn more about how to reduce exposure to secondhand and thirdhand smoke at home.Smokefree Homes Resources
Find more information on how to protect youth and families from the detrimental effects of commercial tobacco.Youth and Families Resources
Join CYAN’s Youth Program team and coordinators from across the state to discuss and share strategies for engaging youth partners in tobacco control.
Register for the Youth Strategy Exchange Zoom call here.
Reporting to the Director of ATOD, the Program Manager I is responsible for planning, developing, and managing the day-to-day operations of the Tribal Community Coordinating Center (TCCC), including technology planning, visioning, and serving as key liaison with funder, the California Department of Public Health – Tobacco Control Program. Key to this position is independently leading the conceptualization and writing of own grants as well as assisting other colleagues in grant writing and fundraising efforts. This is a senior-level position and as such has departmental and agency duties in addition to project responsibilities.Program Manager I Job Posting
Under the supervision of the Project Coordinator for Tobacco Wellness, the Community Engagement Coordinator (CEC) works with and seeks to broaden community engagement in tobacco control efforts.Community Engagement Coordinator Application