HCC’s Future Leaders Program:
Hemophilia Council of California’s (HCC’s) Future Leaders Program provides leadership training and advocacy tools for teens and young adults affected by bleeding disorders. Leading up to their annual Legislative Day, Future Leaders gain understanding and skills on their role in the government process, insurance and programs that support care, educational opportunities, and how to be an effective advocate. Participants hear from statewide and national healthcare leaders, learn self-reliance, connect with their peers, meet with legislators at the State Capitol, have fun and find inspiration to share their voice where it matters most.
This year, HCC will offer designated introductory and basic advocacy programming for new Future Leaders and their loved ones and advanced training for returning Future Leaders, including national advocacy, advocating at home and mentorship.
ALL travel expenses, accommodations and meals will be provided by HCC.
Monday, April 30 at 10:00am to Wednesday, May 2, 2018 at 4:00pm
Hyatt Regency Sacramento
1209 L Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
Who Can Apply
Those affected by bleeding disorders (including carriers and siblings), ages 14-22.
You want to advance access to healthcare and quality of life for those affected by bleeding disorders.
How to Apply
CLICK HERE – Please be prepared to provide medical information, guardian information and thoughtful answers to several questions which will be used to determine your eligibility to attend Future Leaders. Admission is competitive, so please be thorough.
March 24, 2018 – All applicants will be notified the beginning of April.
For more information or help applying, please email the HCC at firstname.lastname@example.org