HealthPALs are a team of student healthcare liaisons between Harvard University Health Services and the campus community. They serve dual roles as educators who help students access and navigate care at Harvard University Health Services and ambassadors who bring student ideas, feedback and experience back to the health system to create meaningful change.
Harvard Health Advocacy Program's mission is to connect Boston youth and Harvard undergraduates with health education and wellness resources so that they may actively pursue a healthy lifestyle. To achieve this goal off-campus, HAP's mentors work with elementary, middle, and high school students to teach hands-on health curricula covering topics such as nutrition, exercise, food advertising, and music and noise induced hearing damage in youth. On-campus, HAP promotes our mission by hosting health-themed study breaks, group exercise socials, and resourceful cooking seminars.
Harvard Latinos in Health Careers (LiHC) is a pre-professional organization whose objective is to provide undergraduate students with the resources to pursue their interest in a health profession. LiHC seeks to empower undergraduate pre-health students with academic, professional, social, cultural, and community resources.
SHEATH is dedicated to empowering members of the Harvard community to explore their experiences with love and sex by providing comprehensive programming addressing a wide range of issues relating to sex, relationships, dating, sexual health, and sexuality through SHEATH's conclusive event, Sex Week at Harvard. SHEATH aims to unite diverse members of Harvard's community, as well as the greater Cambridge/Boston community, by promoting open, honest, holistic, culturally competent, and inclusive sexual health education and discussion.