The Johnson & Johnson School Health Leadership Program is a fellowship program designed by Rutgers, Center of Alcohol Studies in collaboration with Johnson & Johnson. This nationally recognized fellowship program includes curriculum and opportunities designed to empower school nurses and their community/administrative partners to become leaders within their community’s educational and health services teams to improve student health practices. All education offered through the program is in partnership with the National Association for School Nurses (NASN). CEUs are awarded through both Rutgers and NASN.

2016 Application Process

Application Overview - The mission is to empower and develop school nurses as leaders in community health services teams to improve practices that impact student health.

School Health Fellow Alumni - Since 1988, over 700 school nurses from around the world have participated in this program.