MSM Community Engagement Day

Saturday, November 6, 2021 | 10:00 am - Noon

Community Engagement Day is an annual event that highlights the best of MSM’s partnerships and collaborations with neighborhood residents and other external partners in service, research, patient care, and training. 

This year, we're featuring:

  • Heart Health
  • Diabetes
  • COVID Education
  • Mental Health

Enter one of our contests for the chance to win prizes:

18 and Under

  • Poetry (no vulgarity) -  Deadline November 1, 2021
  • Elementary- Art (1st – 5th graders)
  • Middle School- Poetry/Writing (6th -8th graders)
  • High School -Poetry/writing (9-12th)
  • The writing should be at least 2-3 paragraphs)
    • ​Art and Writing to focus on upcoming Holiday Plans with Families
    • Contest sent out in general but also to our Summer Pipeline Student Programs

Adults

  • Submitt Photos uplifting wellness, pets
  • TicTok: Singing 45- seconds (karaoke) -
    • Subjects:  Wellness, Cope with Stress, Funny, Fun etc.

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  • Over 42 exhibitors participated in Community Engagement Day 2018, with a turnout of nearly 400 community members
  • Nearly 400 community members attended Community Engagement Day at the Villages at Carver Family YMCA
  • The South Atlanta Fresh Market booth, led by Pamela Cooper, Manager of Recruitment and Retention Core, Clinical Research Center at MSM provides free fresh vegetables and fruit baskets to guest of Community Engagement Day
  • Bearings Bike Shop speaks with Community Engagement Day guests
  • Youth from the Villages at Carver neighborhood register for Community Engagement Day 2018
  • Author, Tanisha Hall, exhibits her book titled, Breath, discussing her journey to cope with grief after becoming a millennial widow
  • Georgia CAN provides information on how communities can take action to support changes needed to address issues facing Georgia’s kids
  • Wellstar Atlanta Medical Center exhibits educational information
  • The Suburban Black Ladies League exhibits educational information on menopause, hormones, and stress management
  • Care Source exhibits to provide information about Medicaid to Community Engagement Day guest
  • Jarrod Lockhart, M.Ed., Assistant Director, Health Careers Opportunity Program (HCOP) Academy and Pipeline Initiatives, Office for Educational Outreach and Health Careers facilitates S.T.E.A.M. activities with youth and provides information on MSM’s pipeline programs
  • Atlanta BeltLine provides information on new trail expansions