Getting involved is easy! First, contact us at email@example.com to join our email list. Then, look into which of the following 5 initiatives/programs you would be interested in: (1) Citizen Schools, (2) ESP, (3) Boy Scouts, (4) Annenberg Study Break, and/or (5) MIT lecture. Details below:
|Name of program||(1) Citizen Schools||(2) ESP|
|Age group||6th graders||High school|
|Continuous program or one-time?||Continuous for 10 weeks||Continuous for 7 weeks|
|Time||Every Tuesday 2–5 PM including transportation (the lesson itself is from 2:40-4:05 pm).||Every Saturday 2-4 PM|
|Dates||Feb 28 – May 22||Feb 11 –|
|Location||Edwards Middle School (30 minute T ride/walk; Charlie card provided)||MIT|
|Point person||Alice Li ; Jason Gandelman||Carlos Rodriguez-Russo|
|Name of program||(3) Boy Scouts||(4) Annenberg Study Break||(5) MIT lecture|
|Age group||ranges||Harvard students||High school|
|Continuous program or one-time?||One-time||One-time||One-time|
|Time||9AM-1PM||9:15 PM-10:45 PM (1.5 hours)||TBD|
|Dates||Feb 12: 1.5 hour orientationMarch 3: lesson 9am-1pmApril 21: lesson 9 am-1pm||TBD (late Feb)||TBD|
|Point person||Taylor Reiter||Juliet Bailin||Carlos Rodriguez-Russo|
Some reasons why you should join:
- You want to help the community through education to prevent and overcome issues, such as chronic diseases like obesity and diabetes, associated with unhealthy lifestyles.
- You are interested in health education and/or public health.
- You enjoy working with elementary, middle school, high school students, in addition to college students.
- You are premed and would like to participate in a service organization that compliments your academic studies.
- You are not premed and would like to join a rewarding and fun service organization.