The American Public Health Association and Kaiser Permanente are working together to support the development of diverse, underrepresented public health leaders who are committed to improving the health of our most vulnerable communities and pursuing health equity for all.

The two organizations have launched a fellowship program and scholarship initiative that will provide $6.8 million over three years to support the first two classes of APHA/KP Community Health Leadership Program, including 100 students slated for MPH degrees and 20 students working toward DrPH degrees. It will provide two years of scholarship funding: $15,000 per year for MPH students, and $20,000 per year for DrPH students.

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