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                            Meals with Mentors 


     In October, 2013, the John Locke Society and the Osler Society began a joint program called, "Meals with Mentors".   The purpose of the program is partially social, but also to give students an opportunity to gain information about their practice interests and to provide a mentoring venue. The features of the proposed program are as follows:


    1) On the afternoon of the first day of each month, members of the Active Student List of the Osler Society will receive an E-Mail containing a list of groups of the Locke Society who have agreed to participate. Each group will consist of two John Locke physicians and their spouses along with their addresses, E-Mails and professional specialties and interests. . As the program develops, we are hopeful there will be enough to accommodate all the students (students only) who wish to participate. 


     2) Along with this information, the E-Mail will indicate how many slots are available for students. Initially, each group will have four slots.   It will also indicate the date, time, and place for an event to occur that month.   This event will consist of a meal and a segment of time for talk and discussion. These events may be held at the physicians homes, at a local restaurant, or other facility. 


     3) The Students will choose which invitation they wish to accept. The slots will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis.


   Students:  If you are interested, be sure to watch your E-Mail on the first day of each month.


...Sherman M. Steinzeig