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MEDscience presents at BASB ACT Skills Summit
Boston After School & Beyond (BASB) hosted a citywide ACT Skills Summit on Monday, June 5th at Boston University to discuss strategies for connecting social-emotional learning to college and career readiness. Around 275 people attended, including Superintendent Tommy Chang.
MEDscience was nominated to present at the conference. BASB believed Boston’s after-school and summer learning programs could learn from our program's practices.
MEDscience student & First Lady Baker WBUR Feature
On May 6, 2017 NPR’s Only A Game aired the exclusive story of how one high school football player connected with Massachusetts First Lady Lauren Baker at her visit to MEDscience and made a difference for the entire team. Hear Gary’s story by listening to the Only A Game podcast via iTunes or Stitcher!
MEDscience Visits Newton South!
Newton South student, Maya Dennis, took the MEDscience Summer Program in 2016. Maya says the program was "Life-changing, absolutely amazing, never a dull moment. Learned something new every day. Diverse student backgrounds, career-wise and culturally. So many passionate experts to teach us." She then invited HMS MEDscience to Newton South to present an interactive training session to over 35 students in Aspirations in Medicine in January 2017.
Hundreds of Students Participate in MEDscience Mini Course!
This year, MEDscience served over 10 different organizations and local high schools with the Mini Module program. Our partners include: St. Sebastian's School, Notre Dame Academy, Upward Bound, Milton Academy, HPREP, LEAH, Hinton Scholars, Junior League, Newton North High School, and Roxbury Latin.
MEDscience Featured in The Rivers School Magazine 10.24.16
"Spending a week at MEDscience taught me that healthcare is much more than saving lives." Thabi Khumalo, MEDscience Summer Intern 2016, speaks about her experience with the MEDscience program and how it impacted her perspective of patient care. The Riparian, the Rivers School Magazine, featured Thabi and the MEDscience programs integration into the Anatomy & Physiology course offered at the school.