November 2, 2009
Notices — Nov. 2, 2009
Tutoring at Harriet Lane Clinic — Volunteers are needed for the tutoring program serving patients of the Harriet Lane Clinic, which is the general pediatrics outpatient center on the East Baltimore medical campus, during the spring semester. Tutoring is conducted in math and reading with the intent to boost each child’s skills up to grade level. Materials are provided, and tutors are supported by knowledgeable staff and faculty. Times are 4 to 6 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays, and the clinic can be reached from Bayview and Homewood by the JHU shuttle. One two-to-three-hour training session is required. Tutors must have at least a GED or high-school diploma, take a TB test (or have a negative X-ray taken after Nov. 1) and get a copy of their measles, mumps and rubella test record (if born after Jan. 1, 1957). To volunteer or for more information, contact Robyn Nuttall at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Minority Global Health Disparities Research Program for KSAS Undergrads — One student from the School of Arts and Sciences will be chosen to participate in the Minority Global Health Disparities Research Program, known as MHIRT, which consists of a summer internship for up to three months (June–August). Applications and more information on the program and research locations are available in 237 Mergenthaler, Homewood campus, and online at www.krieger.jhu.edu/research/globalhealth.html. An application and two recommendation letters must be turned in to Lisa Jia, 237 Mergenthaler, no later than Tuesday, Nov. 24.