This group is for Black male identified individuals to support each other through the journey of navigating a PWI and life.
Mayo Clinic’s Administrative Internship Program provides the opportunity for first year graduate students to gain in-depth project experience and contribute to our strategic priorities in a meaningful way. Mayo Clinic will be accepting a total of 12 interns with positions available at all of our enterprise locations: Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona; Jacksonville, Florida; and Rochester, Minnesota — and within the Mayo Clinic Health System in Mankato, Minnesota and Eau Claire or La Crosse, Wisconsin.
Questions? Contact MayoAIP@mayo.edu
Come Join Bridging the Gaps for their Seminar Series on Tuesday, December 6th, from 5:30 PM – 7:00 Pm EST via Zoom!
The BTG Seminar Series draws upon the expertise of participating community partners and academic health centers to address population health and care coordination topics. The sessions are designed to augment professional curricula in various content areas and to offer concrete strategies for addressing issues affecting under-resourced populations.
Seminars are held in the evening during the fall, winter, and spring months. Eligible students may attend seminars at any time during their academic program, including their first year. Students who wish to become BTG Scholars are required to attend six seminars.
Come to Drexel FIRST Health Equity Seminar on Thursday, December 15 from 11:00AM – 12:00PM EST in Nesbitt Hall, room 132 and via Zoom!
Join the Faculty Institutional Recruitment for Sustainable Transformation (FIRST) program for their Health Equity Seminar series, a Drexel-wide forum to discuss exciting work and ideas related to health equity.
This monthly series includes Drexel-based and invited external speakers whose work is relevant to health disparities research, ranging from etiology to intervention and policy.
This month attendees will hear from Ana Martinez-Donate, PhD, Professor in the Department of Community Health and Prevention at the Dornsife School of Public Health.
Talk title: “Building Community Capacity to Promote Latino Health in Philadelphia”
Martinez-Donate will describe the development and implementation of a 5-year long community-engaged research program focused on reducing Latino health disparities in Philadelphia.
Dr. Martinez-Donate will share findings and lessons from this work and discuss the next steps to continue building capacity for health equity among Latino communities of Philadelphia.
In the wake of a global pandemic and increasing climate disasters, many are faced with economic hardships that make it challenging to access necessities like food. Enter mutual aid. This invaluable resource provides direct support to community members and works to build networks of compassion that address immediate needs.
Join us on Tuesday, December 6 at 7:00PM ET via Zoom for an in-depth discussion on the role of mutual aid organizations and how they bring communities together to fill resource gaps and promote widespread well-being. Panelists include:
- Natalie Shaak, MS ’15, BS ’22, moderator, operations manager Center for Hunger-Free Communities, Dornsife School of Public Health.
- Anthony James, program coordinator, Northwest Mutual Aid Collective
- Aziza Young (Aka Chef Z), chef, Everybody Eats Philly
In lieu of a registration fee, please consider making a gift to support the Alumni Turkey Project.