Community and Global Health Advisory Board

Lewis & Clark’s Community and Global Health Advisory Board was formed to assist the Center in the development of Lewis & Clark’s health related programming and opportunities for our undergraduate students.

Role of the Advisory Board

Students walking through LC campus on a spring day. Students walking through LC campus on a spring day.

Advisory Board members play a critical role in the Center’s educational operations, by expanding student internship, research, and shadowing opportunities, developing a pool of mentors from health professions to help students succeed in graduate programs and post-graduate careers, by identifying professionals and funding sources to support the teaching of applied practica on health-related topics, and providing expertise and guidance to expand our global reach through overseas study and internship opportunities.

Membership

Members represent a broad range of experience, expertise, geographical locations, and professional fields that helps them link the classroom to practice by providing student mentoring, program support, and insight for faculty and staff.

Members meet bi-annually and requirements include:

  • Participating in a minimum of one meeting per year
  • Committing to a renewable, three-year term
  • Providing annual financial support for the Center’s initiatives

Interested in Joining Us?

If you would like to learn more about this opportunity or are interested in joining the Advisory Board, contact Advancement officer Pier Merone at pmerone@lclark.edu.