Project REACH is a year-long development program that empowers diverse
community leaders in rural Minnesota with health policy and leadership training.
Participants receive training, access to an expert network through the University,
and a $1200 stipend to help them advocate to improve health in their communities.
More information about Project REACH can be found in the flyer attached below, as well as on the Project REACH webpage.The webpage and the flyer both include a link to an interest form that individuals can complete in order to receive an application for the program.
We welcome your assistance in spreading the word about this program to anyone who is passionate about making a difference in their rural Minnesota community. The program has been a success, training community leaders from across Greater Minnesota, including Grand Rapids, Side Lake, Montevideo, New Ulm, Grand Marais, and Hallock, Minnesota.