The Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies covers faculty development, special events, and other academic costs associated with the program through its corporate contributions program. Currently individual Head Start programs pay a minimal registration fee and travel costs to attend the training.
Johnson & Johnson is the world's largest and most comprehensive manufacturer of health care products serving the consumer, pharmaceutical, and professional markets. The company has its worldwide headquarters in New Brunswick, New Jersey, where the business was founded over a century ago.
Johnson & Johnson's corporate contributions program is recognized for its impact on health care. Support is directed to special efforts including the Johnson & Johnson LIVE FOR LIFE School Nurse Fellowships, the Johnson & Johnson - Wharton Nurse Fellows Program, the Johnson & Johnson Community Health Care Program and other initiatives.
UCLA Anderson School of Management is recognized as one of America's premier business schools. Its preeminent position is based on internationally acclaimed research, an innovative and distinguished faculty, excellent degree programs, and exceptionally bright, highly motivated students chosen from one of the largest and finest application pools in the nation.
Along with outstanding M.B.A. and Ph.D. programs, executive education programs conducted by the Office of Executive Education for governmental, non-profit, and business managers are central to The Anderson School's overall mission. An important contributor to the Head Start Management Fellows Program is the Price Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at UCLA Anderson. Faculty affiliated with the Price Center have designed the curriculum, written cases, and prepared workshop material used in this program.