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Celiac Disease Foundation U Chapter Leader CDF University Chapters throughout the country provide support to those diagnosed with celiac disease, non-celiac gluten-sensitivity and their friends. These Chapters play a vital role in on their college campuses and in their communities by generating awareness in food service and restaurants, fundraising on behalf of the Foundation, and serving as a social support group. If there is not a Chapter at your college, volunteer to join the CDF team. Together we can make a difference in the lives of people with celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity.
National Office Intern CDF Interns are integral members of the CDF National Office in Woodland Hills, CA, and quickly become fully immersed in the non-profit celiac and gluten-free world. Celiac Disease Foundation believes that everyone can play a role in furthering our mission to improve the quality of life for those diagnosed, yet to be diagnosed and their families. We have worked hard to create a workplace that includes a diverse group of passionate, committed, and talented individuals. Our internship program is an opportunity to achieve personal and career growth all while making a difference in the world around us. Read More at http://tinyurl.com/krjcspy and complete the online application.
National Office Volunteer CDF National Office volunteers live close to our headquarters in Woodland Hills, CA, and quickly become fully immersed in the non-profit celiac and gluten-free world. Celiac Disease Foundation believes that everyone can play a role in furthering our mission to improve the quality of life for those diagnosed, yet to be diagnosed and their families. We have worked hard to create a workplace that includes a diverse group of passionate, committed, and talented individuals. Our volunteer program is an opportunity to achieve personal and career growth all while making a difference in the world around us.
Patient Advocate CDF patient advocates help design, implement, and disseminate results of patient-centered outcomes research that are important to those with celiac disease and their caregivers. For too long, scientists have been conducting, evaluating, and disseminating research without the benefit of your expertise. Researchers are looking to partner with trained patients. The national organization, Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI), involves trained patients in evaluating their funding applications and as PCORI Ambassadors, and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has opportunities for patient advocates to evaluate grant proposals. Celiac Disease Foundation also offers opportunities to serve on CDF's Research Committee and on the steering committees of CDF-funded research projects. Learn more at celiac.org/become-patient-advocate
Student Ambassador CDF Student Ambassadors raise awareness of celiac disease at their schools and in their local communities. This program is geared toward students who are interested in working with their local elementary, middle, and high schools to discuss the importance of celiac disease awareness and tolerance in schools. Learn more at celiac.org/studentambassadors
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