Center for Asian Health Equity (CAHE) at the University of Chicago

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The Asian Health Equity (CAHE) at the University of Chicago would like to invite the young people at Lane to apply for our Center’s summer Youth Advancing Communities Together (Youth ACT) program!

This year’s topic is A Journey to Well-Being: How to Achieve Physical, Mental, Social, Environmental, and Occupational well-being as an Immigrant in Chicago.

Program Details

What: 3-week intensive learning and applying workshops with various health and advocacy professionals

Who: High school students entering the 10th, 11th, or 12th grade

When:7/9-7/25, 16 hours/week

Incentive: $150 stipend and mini-grant opportunities

Application Opens: 6/5

Application Closes: 6/21

The purpose of Youth ACT is to empower interested students to become knowledgeable and active members of their communities. After the 3-week training, the students will participate in online discussions and coalition meetings on CAHE’s youth substance use prevention program. These active students will voice concerns in their communities and provide feedback on our program design and evaluation.

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