The Community Scientist Program’s mission is to develop the manpower for research advocates who can work closely with cancer scientists to address cancer health disparities.
Applications Due: End of Day Monday April 17, 2023
Program Acceptance Notification: Friday May 5, 2023
Program Start – First Session: Monday June 5, 2023
Program specifics and application below
This program is open to Florida and California individuals who are interested in learning more about cancer research advocacy, and how to share information with others affected by cancer.
Those interested in participating must:
The program is hosted by the CaRE2 Center as led by the Community Outreach Core. The program will be hybrid; 90% online (virtual) and 1 day in person. This is a 13-week program, meeting once a week for a 2-hour duration.
Participants are being recruited from communities in and around our tri-institutional centers: Florida A & M University (Tallahassee, FL), University of Florida (Jacksonville, Gainesville, Orlando, FL), and University of Southern California (Los Angeles, CA)