Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS):
Our graduate programs connected to Micro will be hosting a virtual booth during ABRCMS, which is attended by several hundred undergrad, postbacc, and masters students from backgrounds underrepresented in the biomedical research community. We're looking for a few students or faculty members to join us at the booth and chat with prospective students about research, training, and environment at Harvard. These events are mentoring-focused (not just recruitment), so it's also a great chance to talk to students more generally about research and careers in microbiology. Volunteers would attend at least two of these sessions: Wed Nov 10 2:45-3:30 PM, Thurs Nov 11 2:45-3:30 PM, and Fri Nov 12 2:45-3:30 PM. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
HMS Health Professions Recruitment and Exposure Program (HPREP):
Looking for student or postdoc volunteers to serve as 1-on-1 mentors to high school students from public schools across the Boston area. Mentors work with students on a range of activities, including college or summer program applications and a research project (not lab-based). Learn more on the website and sign up here.
HMS Hinton Scholars Program:
Looking for student or postdoc volunteers to lead small tutorial sessions with high school AP Bio students from Boston Public Schools. Learn more on the website and attached flyer for more.
The Hinton Scholars AP Biology program is a unique mentoring program sponsored by Harvard Medical School's Office for Diversity Inclusion and Community Partnership. Hinton students attend monthly tutoring and hands-on labs. Harvard University and Harvard Medical School students and postdoctoral fellows who are passionate about science education and mentoring young scientists are encouraged to apply. Multimedia Hinton Tutor page. Hinton tutors work with a group of approximately 8 Boston Public School students enrolled in AP Bio throughout the year from October to May. Tutors will also receive training and support on using digital technologies to engage students and facilitate formative assessment. We've found that successful tutors are sensitive to the unique challenges urban youth encounter when undertaking the rigors associated with the AP Biology curriculum. Attached is the job description. Interested candidates should complete the online application. For questions please email Robert Simpson email@example.com