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Deadline to Apply Extended - the 2024 New England PTTC Research & Design (RAD) Fellowship (HHS Region 1)

Publication Date: Jan 03, 2024

Research & Design (RAD) Fellowship

Prevention Product Development for the New England Region

 

Deadline to apply extended - Apply by Wednesday, January 31st, 2024 at 4:00 pm EST.

 

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The 2024 Priority area is "Workforce Development: Recruiting, Training, Retaining Diverse Professionals across the Career Lattice"

 

The New England PTTC RAD Fellowship aims to promote the career development of six, mid to advanced-level substance misuse prevention specialists who work in New England; while increasing the regional data and recourses available to the entire Substance Misuse Prevention workforce in the region. The Fellowship will focus on a priority area of Substance Misuse Prevention during each fellowship term. The 2024 Priority area is "Workforce Development: Recruiting, Training, Retaining Diverse Professionals across the career lattice."


Fellows will contribute new, relevant and innovative research on the priority subject area and an accompanying tool or product which will be available to members of the substance misuse prevention field following the conclusion of the Fellowship term. This research will be presented by the Fellows in a symposium to which prevention specialists in the New England area will have priority access. Each Fellow will choose their contribution to the priority area, and applicants are asked to submit their proposed subject below.

Fellows will be welcome to reapply for consecutive Fellowship terms.

The program will optimally have one fellow from each of the six New England states and will provide each fellow with a working stipend of $10,000 upon completion of milestones in the program and after the program has concluded.

The Fellows will meet four times during the Fellowship Term (February, April, June, August) to coordinate their research so that each product supports a collective whole without being duplicative. At the end of the term, the Fellows will present their work in a symposium for the New England prevention workforce.

Requirements for Applicants for the 2024 Term are as follows:

  • Have at least five years of experience in the field of Substance Use/Misuse Prevention
  • Work in one of the six New England states (CT, ME, MA, NH, RI, VT) or a tribal nation within the New England region
  • Provide one reference with contact information
  • Provide one sponsor in the research or development field who has agreed to support the fellow with product development if needed
  • Present a one to two paragraph proposal of a topic on the selected priority area that the Fellow wishes to pursue during their active fellowship in the 2024 Priority area "Workforce Development: Recruiting, Training, Retaining Diverse Professionals across the career lattice."
  • Be willing to uphold the IC&RC Prevention Think Tank Code of Ethical Conduct as well as the professional standards of the PTTC network
  • Commit to four collaborative meetings with current fellows and present findings and associated tool/product at the term culminating symposium
  • Commit to advancing the field of prevention in the New England region
  • Commit to personal and career development through completion of the Fellowship term
  • Remain an engaged alumni member of the fellowship once their term has come to a conclusion


Highly qualified applicants will also be provisionally or fully Certified as Prevention Specialists within their state. Applications will be de-identified as fully as possible, scored by a panel of staff and volunteer reviewers with a rubric that measures how complete an application is submitted, as well as lived and professional experience with the proposed subject, how thorough the proposal is, and if the priority subject area is addressed completely. Scores will be averaged, and the highest scoring applicant in each state will be selected. If there is a state(s) with no applicants that meet a minimum score, the highest scoring applicant from all other states will be selected.

 

Deadline to apply extended - Apply by Wednesday, January 31st, 2024 at 4:00 pm EST.

 

Learn more and apply.

(you'll need a google account to view the form).

 

We look forward to reviewing applications and will be in touch with applicants regarding their acceptance to the program by February 9th, 2024 at 4:00 pm. Need more information? Contact us at [email protected]