The MS in Community Health and Social Justice was designed in partnership with various regional community partners. While in the program, you will engage in experiential learning and fieldwork with one or more of our community partners to gain real-world experience working toward creating equitable and just solutions.
“To me, the more we educate young professionals about how to really contribute
to social justice, the greater the impact we’re going to have in the community
Rosario Reyes, Director of the Latino Educational Training Institute (Lynwood, WA).
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Meet some of our community partners
- Verdant Health Commission affecting change within regional communities in projects related to mental health, women's reproductive health, nutrition, etc.
- Multiple divisions of Public Health, Seattle King County including the Depts of Environmental Health Services, Community Health Services, Mental Health, Chemical Abuse and Dependency Services Division and including more.
- The Latino Educational Training Institute (LETI) working to meet the needs of our LatinX regional communities with equity-based leadership and skill building outcomes.
- EvergreenHealth partnering to improve the health of communities.