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Scholarship Application for the Certificate Course in Environmental Health

 

Low-income and BIPOC communities in the US and abroad often experience disproportionate exposures to environmental chemicals that can have devastating effects on individual and community-level health. These communities also often lack access to healthy food, green spaces, and proper healthcare, which makes them even more vulnerable to the effects of these exposures.

My goal in offering scholarship seats to this course is to help bring practical, and actionable education on minimizing toxic exposures to those communities who need it most.

Full scholarships are being made available for students who can demonstrate that they are working at a community level within low-income, and/or BIPOC communities on some facet of health education.

Requirement: You must have completed the Talking Toxins course prior to applying for a Cert Course scholarship. Acceptance into the Talking Toxins scholarship does not guarantee a scholarship seat inside Cert Course.

The Certificate Course in Environmental Health currently runs 1x per year, starting in October. Three (3) scholarship seats are made available in each cohort. Applications must be submitted by September 15th. 

If you feel that you meet the requirements for this scholarship, please fill out the form below, and tell me about yourself, what you do, and what you hope to do with this education!

Scholarship Application - Certificate Course in Environmental Health

  • For example: if you're a nutritionist, health coach, ND, etc, are you offering free or sliding scale educational workshops to low-income communities? Are you a business in the wellness space focused exclusively on bringing health education into BIPOC spaces? Are you a health practitioner or health advocate working with a non-profit focused on serving either low-income and/or BIPOC communities? Be prepared to provide documentation to verify your involvement in this work.
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      For example: proof of employment or volunteer work, photographs from live events, printed materials from past or upcoming events, etc.