Data Needed for BUMC Programs that Benefit the Greater Boston Community

Government & Community Affairs (GCA) is seeking to collect information about programs across Boston University schools and colleges that: 

  1. Benefit Boston and/or Brookline residents; and
  2. Are offered for free or at a subsidized/low cost.

We want to amplify the great work being done by BU students, faculty and staff. Please complete a brief survey by Monday, April 5. 

For your reference, examples of programs include, but are not limited to, those that: 

Advance public school engagement:

  • Examples: Educational programming, scholarships, and/or fellowships for students, teachers, and administrators in Boston Public Schools and Brookline Public Schools.

Foster career exploration and/or mentorship:

  • Examples: Programs preparing local high school students for college and/or programs that introduce youth to career opportunities in STEM fields.

Support local nonprofits and government initiatives:

  • Examples: Placement of students working with government offices or local nonprofits.

Provide a direct community service:

  • Examples: free/subsidized legal aid or health care services

Questions? Please contact Elizabeth Leary, Executive Director for GCA, or Cecilia Nardi, Director of Community Relations.  

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