The Rodham Institute supports the following programs in order to fulfill our comittment to achieving health equity in our nation's capital.
The Rodham Institute partners with regional organizations to support their mission of enhancing community towards workforce development in the health professions.
Established in 2016, PATH-C aims to provide a one-stop shop where any student, parent, teacher, or counselor, from a Title I school, can learn about any health career.
This year-long program entitled 2018 for 2018 aims to teach 2018 residents of Wards 7 and 8 Hands-Only CPR.
The Health, Education & Leadership Program (HELP) promotes and encourages health awareness, advocacy, interest, ability and commitment to obtaining post-secondary education.
The HELP Academy will encompass after-school support programs on and include an enrichment program for parents, teachers, and counselors. Participants will learn academics and study skills, professionalism and soft skills, and community service.
A spring event at the Southeast Tennis and Learning Center that aims to teach attendees how to grow their own produce.