The Radiology Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Research Subcommittee at the Martinos Center has gathered a number of resources to help promote diversity, equity and inclusion at the Center and elsewhere.

Youth Programs

Following is a list of programs through which Martinos faculty and other researchers can mentor youth of all ages. The mentoring, diversity and youth programs provide opportunities for students to learn firsthand about the work underway in the Center, as well as to be exposed to STEM and healthcare more broadly.

MGH Center of Community Health Improvement – MGH Youth Program (MGH [CCHI])
October – June (Academic year)

Contact: Christy Egun
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CCHI coordinates numerous programs (within MGH and outside groups) and supports youth in grades 3 – 12 and beyond, including STEM clubs, youth scholars, an alumni program, school-year internships, and job shadowships.

MGH Center for Community Health Improvement Summer Jobs Program (MGH [CCHI])

July – August (Summer only)

Contacts: Bre Miller and Tracey Stanley
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Six-week summer internship job experience targeting youth in Boston, Revere, and Chelsea. Supports 250 youth annually.

LEAH Knox Scholars – Summer Jobs External Partner (connected to CCHI)

July – August (Summer only)

Contacts: Lisa Aslan (LEAH) & Tracey Stanley (MGH)
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Six-week summer internship job experience offered to LEAH Scholars through MGH’s Summer Jobs Program

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Massachusetts External Partner (connected to CCHI)

Ongoing enrollment

Contact: Michael Wright
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Mission: Create and support one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth

Jobs4youth (MGH)

Contacts: Debra Ricchiardelli and Dan Chonde
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Program to offer students a position (paid or with credits)

Summer Research Trainee Program (SRTP) (MGH)

Contacts: Sandra Ordonez & Elena Olson
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Eight-week summer program Competitive internship program for twenty undergraduate students selected from a national pool. Students are assigned to a specific laboratory, clinical site, health policy, or health services research.

Brigham and Women’s Student Success Jobs Program (SSJP) (BWH)
October – June (Academic year)

Contact: Pam Audeh
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A year-round internship program at Brigham and Women’s Hospital designed to introduce Boston high school students to medical, health, and science professions

Harvard Catalyst SCTRP (Harvard)

Contact: Carol Martin
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Other DICP programs for college students


Other Resources

Mass Mentoring Partnership External Partner

Contact: Jeanne Smith
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Serves as a clearinghouse for mentoring programs and opportunities throughout Massachusetts