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Mentor a CURE student in your research environment this summer

Share your passion for cancer research!
The Continuing Umbrella of Research Experiences (CURE) Program
   Provides underrepresented Massachusetts youth an OPPORTUNITY to
    do hands-on science
   Builds the PIPELINE of talented and diverse cancer researchers
   Achieves measurable IMPACT for young STEM professionals
   Facilitates essential management TRAINING for graduate students,
    postdoctoral fellows, and junior investigators

Expectations
   Commitment to mentor a CURE student for 8-12 weeks during the summer
   Attend mandatory mentor orientation
   Oversee student creation of learning plan, abstract, and final presentation
   Provide timely and constructive feedback

For more information about CURE: http://www.dfhcc.harvard.edu/cure.

Specific questions may be addressed to the CURE Program Manager, EmilyA_McMains@dfci.harvard.edu

Please complete this www.surveymonkey.com/r/dfhccsupervisorsurvey to apply to be a CURE mentor this summer.

 

 

Graduate Student DivisionPost Doctoral Division Center for Faculty Development Office for Women's Careers Office for Research Career Development