Interested in becoming an NIH-funded researcher? Interested in recovery support services for people with substance use disorder? Apply for the JEAP Initiative Training Institute!
Organized by the Oregon Social Learning Center, this two-year individualized training and mentoring program is designed to support you in becoming an NIH-funded researcher focused on recovery support services. The Training Institute starts off with a 3-day Virtual Training Workshop and continues with 2 years of mentoring and support including guidance from a primary mentor, access to pilot study funding, methods and statistics expertise, monthly seminars, and an expert consultant panel, and the opportunity to collaborate with Community Boards.
If you have completed your Ph.D. or have advanced to candidacy, this Training Institute is for you! Individuals with lived experience with substance use or the justice system and individuals from underrepresented groups are especially
encouraged to apply.
Virtual Training Workshop:
August 9-11, 2021 (followed by 2 years of mentoring and support)
Learn more and apply:
Training Flyer (PDF)