ABOUT  US

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Our mission in solving the disparities between medicine, STEM, and the rising generation:

At Medicine Encompassed, we are a student-run 501(c)(3) nonprofit aiming to promote awareness and increase accessibility for those interested in future medical careers through various mediums. With a team of STEM-oriented individuals that are also passionate about biology, we are seeking to demonstrate the wide scope of what medicine encompasses. Recognizing the importance of expanding the medical field, our organization believes in accepting people from all backgrounds under one common interest. By bridging the gap between medicine, underrepresented minorities, and students from low-income backgrounds, our team of like-minded individuals is dedicated to creating more resources and opportunities in all medical fields.

Because Medicine Encompassed is led by high school students, in which some of our members come from disadvantaged / underprivileged backgrounds, our team is attuned to the existing problems lying within this field. This enables us to develop a direct network between our organization's team and the individuals that we are aiming to serve.

STEM
Science, Technology,
Engineering, Mathematics
ACCESSIBILITY
MEDICINE
UNDER-SERVED
STUDENTS

Only 16% of jobs in STEM / STEAM are currently dominated by minority groups.

Only ONE-THIRD of workers in STEM have completed a bachelor's degree (or higher) .

With the prevalence of such disparities in associated fields,

OUR IMPACT

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COMMUNITY SERVICE RECOGNITION

GreatNonprofits: 2021 Top-Rated Nonprofit 

Leading nonprofit organization in the education category (in the state of New Jersey)

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President's Volunteer Service Award

Certifying Organization for the PVSA (ability to confer presidential certificates, medallions, and pins to our student volunteers and members)

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Above: One of our team's onboarding calls!

Left: Project Cultivation presentation at Thomas A. Edison CTE High School (Partnership with HOSA Club)

IMPACT IN NUMBERS

5

schools presented at across the globe (United States, the Philippines, Mexico, etc.)

30+

community events, internal bonding events, AMA events, and webinars arranged to date

200+

students presented to through Project Cultivation (our global presentations)

1,200+

total resources, articles, worksheets, and committee activities produced

12,000+

students directly impacted through speaking engagements, events, etc.

15,000+

total volunteer / community service hours completed collectively by members

(3,000+ volunteer hours awarded for the PVSA)