We are thrilled to welcome Kimberly Walker to the Best Starts for Kids team as our 5-24 Policy and Program Manager, and to congratulate Megan McJennett and Marcy Miller on their new roles on our team. Meet Kimberly and learn more about changes on our team below!
Public Health’s Communicable Disease and Immunization Section is hiring a Disease Research and Intervention Specialist – Perinatal Hepatitis B Disease Investigator. This position works directly with the Perinatal Hepatitis B Prevention Program team including epidemiologists, Public Health Nurses, Disease Research and Intervention Specialists, and program managers within the Immunization Program. The successful candidate will have…
Best Starts for Kids would like to evaluate the Technical Assistance that is offered to applicants to help prepare proposals for Best Starts funding. Read on to find the survey link and be entered to win a raffle for one of three $50 gift cards.
Best Starts for Kids is hiring a Policy & Program Manager (Program Manager III) to provide high-level project management to Best Starts for Kids investments in 5 – 24 year olds.
Public Health – Seattle & King County is hiring a Policy Manager (Health Services Administrator I) responsible for planning, implementing, directing and evaluating the maternal and child health policies and programs for Public Health. This leader will provide strategic direction for Best Starts for Kids implementation and policy leadership for all facets of Public Health’s…
For those interested in the Stopping the School-to-Prison Pipeline Community Supports RFP, but who were unable to join the live webinar or attend an information session, the webinar recording is now available. Click here to view the request for proposals and apply on ZoomGrants.
Beginning this week, about 15,000 randomly chosen families with children in elementary school will receive a letter asking them to take the Best Starts for Kids Health Survey to help Best Starts for Kids answer these important questions about our kids’ health and well-being. Here are 7 things families should know about the Best Starts for Kids Health Survey.
Best Starts for Kids is now accepting applications to further fund community supports that primarily focus on young women of color between the ages of 12-24 years who are at-risk, currently, or were involved in the criminal legal system, face challenges staying in school, completing high school, gaining access to higher education and employment opportunities.
While a child’s brain is still developing, simple everyday interactions can serve as important tools to nurture a growing mind. Check out these easy crafts that you and your children can do together during Winter break!
We need your input! We invite parents and primary care and service providers to take this 15-20 minute survey to help ensure that King County has a developmental screening and referral process that will work for all providers and families.