We are a national network of high school, undergraduate, and graduate students working to advance health equity through public health education.
Community HealthEd is a student-led nonprofit organization that develops and implements cost-effective, multimedia public health education campaigns across the United States. We aim to address specific HealthyPeople 2030 (HP2030) objectives by preparing, translating, and distributing evidence-based educational materials that contain information about location-specific health resources.
In doing so, we tackle socioeconomic, geographic, ethnic, and language-related barriers to health. Ultimately, our goal is to make important medical information accessible to all individuals and advocate for the central role that robust, community-focused education should play in America’s public health infrastructure.
We aim to develop educational materials that are accessible to everyone . Our dedicated health literacy team translates our resources into Spanish, Korean, Chinese and Vietnamese and works with our community outreach team to perform community-specific distribution.
We have built a network of motivated student volunteers from 20+ universities across the country. Our leadership team aims to educate the next generation of healthcare professionals, researchers, and engaged citizens about the importance of quality, community-based health education. Our outreach team has also established a network of partner organizations who help us distribute our materials and host community-based education events
Our leadership team has grown Community HealthEd from an idea into a health literacy movement, and we're always looking for new team members! Click below to meet our leadership team and learn more about Community HealthEd's mission and vision.
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