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At Dana-Farber, we're working to increase diversity among our faculty, staff, and leadership. Our efforts will help us create an inclusive and diverse medical and research community that better reflects the people we serve; engages and supports our inclusive
staff; and expands access to professional opportunities and advancement for all.
In keeping with these efforts, we are committed to:
Our Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) build a unified sense of community among staff; offer group members professional and personal development opportunities; and provide access
to Institute leaders as a way to influence meaningful change.
For Dana-Farber employees, ERGs also provide an important path to learning about our differences and similarities — creating a dialogue of understanding among staff from all areas of our Institute.
Dana-Farber ERGs include:
Find your next career at Dana-Farber, and play a role in our ultimate goal: the eradication of cancer, AIDS, and related diseases and the fear that they engender.
This informative e-newsletter describes upcoming events and celebrations; professional opportunities; inclusion, diversity, and equity resources, and much more.
Dana-Farber's Oncology Nursing Residency Program is a 12-month program that builds on the education and skills of new graduate nurses and prepares them to practice nursing in ambulatory oncology settings.