AMCHP’s Next Generation MCH Leaders Cohort (Next Gen Leaders) is a 10-month program geared towards next generation professionals that want to develop their leadership skills at the state and/or national level. This program is designed to assist the Next Gen Leaders to expand their Title V network, MCH knowledge, and skills to be future Title V leaders.
To be considered for the 2019 Next Generation MCH Leaders Cohort, applicants must meet the following criteria:
Currently works in a Title V program.
Must have support from your supervisor, and /or Title V, MCH or CYSHCN Director to submit your application.
Agree to actively participate in the 10 month program.
Must have support from your supervisor to participate in the Program throughout January - October 2019.
Have not previously participated in an AMCHP leadership development program.
Committed to your leadership growth.
Committed to stretching yourself.
Must be willing and have the support needed to commit approximately 1-2 hours per month for program requirements.
Benefits of participating in the Next Gen Leaders Cohort:
Gaining a greater understanding of Title V
Increasing your understanding of AMCHP and the tools and resources available
Widening your network of next generation and Title V leaders
Giving and receiving mentoring from your peers
Increasing your knowledge related to key MCH and leadership topics
Attending the AMCHP Annual Conference. Through support from the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, AMCHP will award scholarships to Next Generation Professionals as Next Gen Leaders. The scholarship covers the costs associated with attending the conference (conference registration, travel, hotel accommodations, and per diem)
Cohort components of the Next Generation Leaders Cohort include one face-to-face meeting in San Antonio, Texas (before or after) March 9-12, 2019; an invitation-only listerv; ongoing peer learning and peer coaching; and a series of quarterly webinars targeted around leadership development and pertinent topics to support you in your state role.