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Announcing: NEW EXCITE Programming Opportunity

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We are happy to announce additional EXCITE programming opportunities! EXCITE is a nationwide local response by U.S. Cooperative Extension made possible through an interagency agreement between USDA-NIFA and the CDC. It integrates partners and funders to increase immunization education, emphasizing boosting vaccination confidence in adult immunization.

This new phase of EXCITE will support adult immunization education beyond Covid-19 and increase vaccine confidence in our LGU Extension communities. This opportunity is open to all institutions, even if you are currently not involved with an EXCITE project.

Anyone interested in participating or learning more about this opportunity is welcome to the project introduction session on September 22nd at 3 PM ET. The project's elements, timelines, and goals will be covered in this introductory session, along with any questions you may have. We are excited to share more about this great opportunity, made possible by the Extension's outstanding efforts in carrying out immunization education in their communities.

Register for the session above to attend and receive the recording.

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