We would love for you to be part of the Melanin Medics story. If you believe in our vision, help us expand our impact so that we can equip young people, support African Caribbean medics and positively affect our community. We rely on our relationships with multiple stakeholders,
Your support leads to impact
Work with Us
We've worked with a number of groups and organisations around the UK. Being involved with Melanin Medics will provide you access to the community of African-Caribbean Doctor’s, medical students and prospective medical students from all across the UK. There are many ways in which businesses can support us to promote diversity in Medicine, such as:
Host our Workshops on EDI, Widening Participation
Host a school outreach sessio
Work Experience Placement facilitations
Grants and Donations
Provide Event Space
Host Insight Days for aspiring medics
WRITE A BLOG ARTICLE
We'd love to feature blog posts from our readers, so if you are interested in submitting a post for our website follow the requirements stated below:
Post must be relatable to our target audience (aspiring medical students, current medical students or medical professionals)
All types of posts are welcome e.g. Opinion pieces, Personal experiences, relevant health topics, Tips & Advice
Minimum word count of 500 words
Submissions must be in by the 23rd of each month
Melanin Medics is a charitable organisation and we receive no state funding. We currently rely on donations from our audience to run our schemes and events. As with any organisation, we want to provide the best experience possible for those we support and reach out to and to do this we need the support of external parties.
We believe that with your support we will be able to reach our objectives as an organisation.
JOIN OUR NETWORK
Are you an aspiring medic, current medical student or doctor in the UK. Join our Network. Stay up to date with our endeavours and be the first to hear about great opportunities and upcoming events.
BECOME A MEDICAL SCHOOL REPRESENTATIVE
The Medical School Representative works to champion our cause in their respective university. We believe it is imperative for the African-Caribbeans medical students to support each other and cultivate an environment that will ultimately breed success. This role will last for 1 academic year.
BECOME A MENTOR
We recently established a Mentorship program for prospective African-Caribbean Medical Students, connecting them with African-Caribbean medical student mentors from all across the UK who have entered Medicine via a variety of routes. If you are interested in being a mentor, contact us.