Thank you for your interest in Global Health Delivery Lab (ghdLAB), the MIT project class that pairs teams of students with enterprises on the front lines of health care delivery in resource-limited settings. Each project is designed to address a pressing organizational or business need identified by a host organization, and the three-month course is built around the projects, including two weeks in March when each student team works full-time with its hosts on site.
We are glad that you are interested in joining as a project host. Past projects have benefited the host organizations and enabled an incredible learning experience for MIT students.
ghdLAB 2012 Special Projects
Though we will not run the full class this year, there are opportunities for limited projects. This year, we won’t be seeking the usual types of projects, but we have scope for five or so small projects, each involving a pair of students who would have around a week to spend on site in late March and several hours per week to work on the project from MIT from February to May 2012.
If you would like to propose a small project for this period, please take a look at the ghdLAB 2012 questionnaire. If it looks like a good opportunity that fits your needs, please complete it by 15th January, 2012, and send to us by email.