As we reflect back on our 2016 Leadership Institute, we’re proud to share the reflections and perspectives from our students. In the following spotlights, hear from students across the network who are working to build strong GlobeMed chapters on their university campuses!
To learn more about the 2016 Leadership Institute, follow GlobeMed and the Global Health Fellows Program II posts at #GlobeMedLI.
Holly Caintic GlobeMed at […]
What is the purpose of GlobeMed’s Leadership Institute? To bring together students from across the country to connect, collaborate, and learn from one another as they work to become more effective leaders for their GlobeMed chapters.
This year, we welcomed four speakers to the Leadership Institute to help us reflect on our approach to leadership. With backgrounds ranging from […]
This August, as students prepare to return to their campuses for another busy school year, 130 GlobeMed chapter leaders will arrive in Evanston, IL for the annual Leadership Institute. There, through workshops and trainings, students will gain the knowledge, skills, and relationships needed to be productive and thoughtful leaders throughout the next year and beyond.
This year, we’re excited to host speakers – ranging from grassroots activists to […]
This August 18th-20th, GlobeMed is hosting its annual Leadership Institute in Evanston, IL. Gathering over 130 chapter leaders from across the country, the Leadership Institute provides a space for students to connect and collaborate as they plan for the year ahead. Through experiences like the Leadership Institute, GlobeMed students gain the knowledge, skills, and relationships needed to be successful 21st century leaders for global […]
This summer, we’re thrilled to welcome five summer interns from GlobeMed at Spelman at the Global Headquarters as we work with the Global Health Fellows Program II to support #NextGenGH! During their time here, the interns will be focusing on strategic planning for their chapter and building resources that will help the network grow.
The GlobeMed at Spelman team ranges in age from rising sophomores […]
Within the radar of our chapter communications, we fortunately ran across an insightfully written blog post by Carly Michelakis of this year’s GROW team from GlobeMed at UNC-Chapel Hill. We decided to publish the article to our blog. The lessons that Carly learned about the ethics of her work with Young1ove in Botswana are universally crucial to all students, whether or not they will eventually embark on a GROW internship.
We are heartbroken and angry after witnessing the deaths of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile, and the five officers shot in Dallas. None of them deserved death, just as Michael Brown, Trayvon Martin, Rekia Boyd, Sandra Bland, Eric Garner, Tamir Rice, and the thousands more Black men and women who have died at the hands of America did not deserve to die.
American racism endures as […]
Originally founded as a part of the Clinton Foundation, the Clinton Global Initiative’s purpose is to convene global leaders to connect, collaborate, and commit to action on the world’s most pressing needs. Participants make actionable commitments – as individuals, organizations, or in partnerships – to tackle a specific challenge and come back to the community to share their lessons learned. Over the past 10 years, […]
This summer, we’re excited to welcome four interns to the Global Headquarters! Hailing from four GlobeMed chapters from across the country, these interns will serve as integral parts of GlobeMed’s work this summer as we expand our technology platforms, grow our communications and partnerships strategy, and gear up for another year of chapter engagement and support.
Our fourth summer intern at the Global Headquarters is Sonja […]
Straight Outta GlobeMed at USC
Out of more than 800 organizations at the USC Involvement Fair Fall 2015, I decided I had to join GlobeMed. Maybe it was because of the friendly faces at the booth or maybe it was just the right combination of the buzzwords “social justice,” “human rights,” and “global health.” It ended up being one of the best decisions I made […]