Community Leadership Mentoring Program
Community Leadership Mentoring Program (CLMP) offers medical students an opportunity to develop community leadership skills and increase their understanding of non-profit board operations.
This is a medical school career commitment and while most students begin in the MS-I year, students may choose to begin in the MS-II year.
Training sessions and site visits will be done on weekdays outside of scheduled class time or on the weekends.
What does it involve?
First year, you will have an orientation meeting in November as well as a day-long training session bout what it means to be a medical member on a nonprofit board in January. From there, you will get to choose three nonprofits to visit in the spring.
Second year, you will get to choose your favorite nonprofit and sit in on three board meetings or committee meetings.
Third and fourth year you can be as involved as you like.
How can you apply?
Simply open the google form (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1sh11i5qbcWsKTmm0s3iYX-LZ9b18Phtk4B9amAE2-lQ/viewform?usp=send_form?) and answer two questions about your previous experiences and why you want to be involved. Each answer should be about one paragraph. Applications will be due Friday, September 25th, and we will get back to you in mid October to let you know if you were accepted to the program.