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Attend the Free Mentoring in Medicine Health and Science Expo Online Dec. 17!


mentoring-in-medicine-bannerOver 2,000 students, parents and educators and 100 medical professionals are set to attend the Mentoring in Medicine Health and Science Expo on Saturday, December 17, 2016 in New York City. You can attend in-person or watch the “live” internet video broadcast. There is no cost to attend this life-changing event.

Register:  https://nychealthandscienceexpo.eventbrite.com

Date:  Saturday, December 17, 2016
Time:  8:00 am-3:30 pm
Location:  Frederick Douglass Academy I,
2581 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard
(between 148th and 150th in New York, NY)

Register:  https://nychealthandscienceexpo.eventbrite.com

You can participate in the Biomedical Pep Rally, the Speed Mentoring Lunch, the Ask the Expert Activities Fair, a Scientific Poster Competition and the Health and Science Jam.

Please share this invite with others! Thank you in advance for helping us spread the word!

About Mentoring in Medicine, Inc.

Mentoring in Medicine (MIM) is a 501(c)3 organization based in New York City focused on providing academic enrichment and youth development in science, technology and health from 3rd grade through college.  We also focus on leadership development, civic engagement and mentoring.  Science Pathfinders is our school based 3rd through 12th grade educational division.  Since 2009, nearly 50,000 students, parents  and educators have participated in an MIM event or program.  MIM has three peer reviewed publications and over 45 media features including CNN, the New York Times, and Essence Magazine to name a few.  You can learn more about the organization at www.MedicalMentor.org

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