In response to project needs and in the spirit of “virtual” collaboration, CTCP has decided to continue hosting a series of virtual meetings for funded Tribal Projects. This event will be a continuation of the Tribal Welcome Meeting: Shaping Our Future in Tobacco Control that was held on October 7-9, 2020. The overall purpose of the meeting will be to increase knowledge in tobacco control, provide time for networking and “virtual” face to face interactions, share successes, as well as challenges with each other.
The next meeting will take place on May 18, 19, and 20th of 2021 from 10 – 11:30 AM each morning.
Please contact Hana DeLouise at email@example.com you have any questions.
Reporting to the Project Director, this position will be responsible for coordinating the Breathe Again project components including but not limited to volunteer organizing and training, outreach and education, educational visits and presentations, educational materials development, meeting facilitation, technical assistance, media outreach, and evaluation activities. Project Breathe Again works towards policy/system change through education campaigns aimed to activate community engagement in tribal communities, in a manner that is both culturally competent and equitable in order to achieve legislated secondhand smoke (SHS) policies.
The Community Engagement Coordinator is responsible for broadening Tribal engagement in health topics such as tobacco control efforts. This position coordinates, develops, and executes outreach components of the project with a special emphasis on youth; assists Tribal Youth to develop and present information on health and tobacco issues to schools and organizations. Work with the community to increase the number of smoke free homes through education. Assists in writing reports, proposals, and progress reports.