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Ride for World Health: Alumni Involvement 

 

OSU medical students are gearing up for the annual Ride for World Health cross-country pedal-powered lecture series and we'd love for alumni to be involved!

Ride for World Health is a non-profit organization started by OSU medical students founded on the principles of education, advocacy, and fundraising. Our mission is to educate and advocate for local and global health, culminating in an annual bicycle ride from San Diego to Washington D.C. during which we stop in towns along the way to give lectures about health topics and we fundraise for charities whose work reflects our mission. Our ride this year will start March 25 in San Diego and will end May 18 in D.C. It would be great to have alumni involved by joining our team during the ride, being involved in lecture events close to you, talking with the team over dinner or hosting riders along the route, or offering your support. For more information about the organization or how to get involved visit www.r4wh.org or contact Missy Mauntel, COO 2016 at melissa.mauntel@osumc.edu.

RIDE FOR WORLD HEALTH 2016
A Journey Across the Nation to Meet Needs Around the World
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25  Riders, 3,300 Miles, 57 Days, March 20 - May 15, 2016
 

 About Us: Ride for World Health is a 501(c)-3 not-for-profit organization founded in 2006 by medical students at The Ohio State University College of Medicine and based on the principles of Education, Advocacy, and Fundraising. The Ride itself is an annual full-support pedal-powered journey bringing global and local health issues to classrooms and lecture halls in small towns and big cities across America. Along the way, riders also raise funds for a select beneficiary who represents our ideals and implements programs globally that address the very issues we lecture about. More info at: r4wh.org.

How to Become a Rider: Getting involved is easy! Start by clicking on the link below to apply and tell us why you’re excited to be part of Ride for World Health. The ride will be March 20th to May18th and work is underway to make this ride incredible, so you can get involved now! Riders will be involved in delivering lectures and helping the team with crew duties along the ride. The other major responsibility for riders is fundraising to support the ride and our beneficiaries. This year’s goal is $1/mile, or $3,300 for the entire ride. Leadership positions are available!
Next Steps:
1.     Apply to become a rider: click here!
2.     Start training and fundraising towards an incredible, once-in-a-lifetime experience!
 
Please direct questions to: Kyle Jamison, r4wh2016@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posted on 6-Aug-15 by Staub, Leigh
Tags: E-Newsletter Stories
 
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