SAMHSA recruiting young emerging leaders

December 25, 2014

SAMHSA is recruiting young emerging leaders in the field of behavioral health for the 2015 Behavioral Health Leadership Development Program (BHLDP), a component of its Project LIFT (Leadership Initiatives for Tomorrow).  BHLDP is designed to increase the knowledge and skills of emerging leaders in the behavioral health field. Participants will form an interactive learning community, enhancing their own leadership competencies while learning about the policy and practice implications of health reform. SAMHSA recognizes that investments in leadership development can improve employee retention, performance, problem-solving abilities, organizational agility, and business sustainability – ultimately improving the health outcomes of individuals as well as the community’s overall wellness. To qualify, individuals must be between the ages of 20 and 30 and currently working in – or committed to a future career in – the behavioral health field.

  • There is no cost to apply or to participate. 
  • Participants are required to have a computer with high-speed Internet access, the necessary software, and a webcam.
  • Applications are due January 12, 2015
Explore More Posts

What Do You Think?

Join the conversation to be the first to respond to SAMHSA recruiting young emerging leaders

Click here to join the conversation