The deadline to apply to be a protégé for the Leadership Pipeline Program 2020-22 term is Friday, May 29. A link to the application form will be available here once the application period is open.
ASTRO’s Committee on Health Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (CHEDI) has a mission to advance the status of minorities and the underserved in oncology through educational and professional opportunities, advocacy and awareness. The Leadership Pipeline Program (formerly known as the Pipeline Protégé Program) was created as a career development program aimed at increasing diversity among ASTRO leadership, which supports ASTRO's core value of diversity and inclusion.
Ultimately, the two-year program is designed to provide members within ASTRO exposure to leadership activities with a goal of developing the next generation of ASTRO leaders. Each year, the protégés will receive a $1,000 stipend to attend the ASTRO Annual Meeting and report out on deliverables. Here are the qualifications to apply:
View the overview infographic.