All photography by Worldwide EndoMarch
One person can make a difference. See below for ways that you can get involved with the EndoMarch global movement to advocate for endometriosis health care reforms and a fast-track toward a cure.
SPONSOR A SCHOOL
ATTEND AN ENDOMARCH EVENT
BECOME AN ENDOMARCH MEMBER
JOIN THE ENDO HACKERS CLUB
FOLLOW US ONLINE
SHARE YOUR STORY
ADD YOUR NAME: ENDO MUSEUM
ADD YOUR NAME: CURE ENDO GARDEN
CHARITABLE GIVING OPPORTUNITIES
PREMED FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
OTHER WAYS TO GET INVOLVED
SPONSOR A SCHOOL
The Worldwide EndoMarch Nationwide Sponsor a School for Endometriosis Education Initiative will help ensure that high school students will have a chance to learn about endometriosis, one of the leading causes of school absences in girls.
PRE-ORDER ENDO HEALTH KITS
Sponsor a high school near you so that the students can receive a Be Endo Empowered® Endometriosis Health Kit. Each kit is $25 and includes :
- One (1) Endometriosis Awareness Poster
- Fifty (50) flyer-fact sheets for high school-aged students
- Fifty (50) awareness backpack buttons so that students can show their support.
YOUTH CITIZEN SCIENTIST PROGRAM
Our Youth Citizen Scientist Programs are for high school students who are interested in internships and other learning opportunities to help get a head start on their college careers for pre-health majors, or other allied fields, such as science, genomics, patient advocacy, bioinformatics, epidemiology, or biotechnology.
There are currently two tracks parents or teachers can choose for their students:
Youth Citizen Scientist – For the Classroom
Youth Citizen Scientist – One-Day Internship
For the Classroom
Teachers who have already signed up to receive our Be Endo Empowered Health Kits can also sign their class up for an online supplemental Youth Citizen Scientist course, which includes an additional science and service learning curriculum for students interested in learning more about endometriosis, with the goal of sharpening their scientific critical thinking skills and participating in volunteer work for the Worldwide EndoMarch to meet any service learning requirements that students may need to fulfill.
Beginning this Fall 2018, high school students can apply for the Youth Citizen Scientist for the Cure One-Day Internship Program, which will be available at select locations in the San Francisco Bay Area. In this day internship, high school students will be able to shadow doctors in a clinical or research setting, to get a sense of what it’s like to work as a physician, physician assistant, medical assistant, or medical researcher. Students will receive a Certificate of Completion and other special opportunities for their participation. Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you would like to pre-register your student or receive more information.
Teachers who are interested will also be able to sign their class up for our supplemental Youth Citizen Scientist program, which includes a science and service learning curriculum for students interested in learning more about endometriosis, while also getting a head start on college-prep for premed majors, or other science & health-related majors, such as genomics, patient advocacy, bioinformatics, epidemiology, and public health.
ENDOMETRIOSIS INTERNSHIP FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS – FALL 2018
Email us at email@example.com, if you’d like to learn more about our upcoming Youth Citizen Scientist for the Cure 1-Day Internship for High School Students, which will be launching at select locations throughout the nation, beginning in Fall 2018.
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