The Center for Health and Social Policy (CHASP) is the home of social policy at LBJ and UT Austin. Our mission is to develop the next generation of leaders and scholars who are passionate about reducing health and social disparities.
CHASP supports LBJ School students who are interested in social policy issues through the CHASP Ambassador program. Through the program, the Center provides sponsorships for relevant events, conferences, and opportunities throughout the year. CHASP Ambassador opportunities are communicated via the student/alumni SPN listserv.
Social policy issues include: poverty, social mobility, public education, criminal justice, juvenile justice, early childhood, child welfare, family supports, adolescent health, family structure, food insecurity, mental health, reproductive health, healthcare, health finance, aging, housing, and transportation.
For more about the program, contact Wendy Gonzales at firstname.lastname@example.org.