Nonprofit Leadership Alliance is a program of the University of Northern Iowa Division of Leisure, Youth and Human Services. AH is a national certification program preparing the next generation of nonprofit leaders. For more information contact Julianne Gassman or Kristina Kofoot.
Camp Adventure Youth Services is a nationally award winning model demonstration program incorporating the principles of service learning into the educational experiences of individuals. Promoting high-quality, high-impact program and services for children and youth, Camp Adventure Youth Services encourages global awareness and cultural sensitivity as well as diversity and inclusion. The program is dedicated to integrating theory with practice.
The Global Health Corps provides theory to practice learning opportunities for health promotion and education students to design, implement, and evaluate health promotion and education programs with underserved diverse populations in the United States and abroad.
In 2002, the UNI Global Health Corps (GHC) was name a Family Friendly Workplace by the Family and Children's Council. The award was received because of their commitment to women, children and families, and for its emphasis on wellness and a family-friendly environment. About 80% of GHC clients are women and children, and include refugees, immigrants, minorities, the elderly, rural farm families, the homeless and others with special public health needs. Since it began in 1996, GHC has served more than 30,000 at-risk clients. For more information contact Michele Devlin (firstname.lastname@example.org).
UNI, under a grant through the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, has established National Program for Playground Safety to address playground safety in the U.S. For more information contact Heather Olsen.
The Recycling and Reuse Technology Transfer Center (RRTTC) is an interdisciplinary research, education and outreach center serving Iowa citizens, business, and industry. The RRTTC's goals include the development of economical approaches to solving intractable solid waste problems and providing research and guidance on public health concerns as they relate to solid waste concerns. The RRTTC provides funding opportunities for faculty and students focusing on the above problems, including projects that emphasize sustainable by-product reutilizations and industrial ecology. The RRTTC also includes the Material Innovation Services (MIS) , which provides Iowa companies with affordable access to the latest in mechanical, physical and chemical properties testing for the purpose of by-product reutilization. For more information contact Catherine Zeman.