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UCLA VOLUNTEER CENTER: Apply to Found ...
Synapse empowers undergraduates to work together to improve the lives of individuals with brain inju...

Apply to Found a Synapse Chapter

September 1st, 2016

Location: 291 Campus Drive Stanford California 94305
Duration: Multiple Days
First Day : Sep 1, 2016
Last Day: Nov 15, 2016



Synapse empowers undergraduates to work together to improve the lives of individuals with brain injury across the nation.


Become a Synapse Chapter Founder!

Synapse’s student-led chapters collaborate with physicians and community organizations. Chapters primarily do three things:

‣ Host events to provide opportunities for individuals with brain injury to connect with and support one another

‣ Foster relationships between students and individuals with brain injury through a structured buddy program

‣ Organize lectures by physicians and researchers to spread awareness about brain injury

Synapse has established chapters at MIT and Stanford and is looking to grow.
We are currently accepting applications for new chapters. Become a chapter founder to join a national network of student leaders and to support individuals with brain injury in your community.

 

Apply Here!

 

Questions? Email us at synapsenational@gmail.com for more information. 

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Tags: health, mentoring, on campus

Contact Person: Alissa Totman

Contact Email: synapsenational@gmail.com

Contact Phone Number: 7812499330

Organization: Synapse

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