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Mayo Clinic collaborates to unveil program that will support fifty Fellows in rural and urban communities across America working to improve broadband and digital inclusion.
“As a founding supporter of the American Connection Corps, Mayo Clinic is proud to partner with organizations across the country to not only enhance digital connectivity to areas that need it most, but also embrace digital tools and technology to improve the health of our communities and bolster local economies. We are excited to see this program support young leaders and empower communities in Minnesota.”
Mary Jo Williamson
Vice Chair, Mayo Clinic Administration
Individuals interested in applying for the program are encouraged to visit Lead for America’s website and select the American Connection Corps track. The deadline to apply is May 15, 2021. The inaugural class of Fellows will be announced in early June 2021.
Learn more about American Connection Corps or to apply for the fellowship.
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