Thank you for all who help this past Saturday for making Seeds of Hope a great success!
Seeds of Hope is a community service program of the Latino Medical Student Association at Harvard Medical School. Since 2011, the program has been run in conjunction with the HMS Student National Medical Association, Dr. Martha Cesena of Boston Children’s Hospital, and Ms. Betty Crutcher of Wheaton College. The primary program aim is to expose disadvantaged and minority Boston public high school students to the medical school curriculum and to STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Medicine) fields. Seeds of Hope operates once or twice a year and is designed to mimic a day (lecture, lab, and tutorial) at Harvard Medical School (HMS).
Saturday, September 21st, 2013Harvard Medical School, 260 Longwood Ave. Boston, MA 02120
LMSA Northeast Region brought together LMSA medical and pre-medical students from all corners of the region to learn from faculty and community members during panels, enjoy each others company, and network with each other. It was a day filled with lots of fun, learning, and good company.
Sponsored by: Boston University School of Medicine Alumni Office, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital Multicultural Affairs Office, and the Latino Medical Student Association - Northeast Region
We organized a campaign to urge our Congressional Representatives to support comprehensive immigration reform. Our classmates joined us in letting our elected officials know why, as physicians in training, it is important to pass immigration reform now!