Albert Einstein College of Medicine is a research-intensive medical school. For more than 60 years, our diverse faculty and staff have set the standard for excellence in medical and graduate education and patient-centered clinical care, and have made major contributions to scientific research enhancing human health in our communities and beyond. Our mission is to prepare a diverse body of students to become knowledgeable, compassionate physicians and innovative scientific investigators, and to create new knowledge.
Albert Einstein College of Medicine offers one of the nation’s largest programs for medical education. During the 2017-2018 academic year, the College of Medicine is home to 697 M.D. students, 181 Ph.D. students, 108 students in the combined M.D.-Ph.D. program, and 265 postdoctoral research fellows at our Belfer Institute for Advanced Biomedical Studies. More than 9,000 Einstein alumni are among the nation’s foremost clinicians, biomedical scientists and medical educators.
When the medical school opened its doors in 1955, the New York Times was already noting that “the new medical school’s distinguished and talented faculty assured the institution of a place in the ranks of the great medical schools in the world.” This prophecy has been more than fulfilled in the ensuing years.
This administrative assistant provides support for the Office of Diversity Enhancement by: answering phones, submitting requisitions for supplies and services using the online ordering system, managing petty cash reimbursements for students and staff, submitting requests for expense reimbursement for staff members, maintaining a record of expenditures for the Einstein Enrichment Program (EEP) and Community Based Service Learning (CBSL) program.
The administrative/program assistant is supervised daily by the directors and is in contact with faculty, facilitators, medical school students, high school students as well as other university personnel involved in the educational curriculum for students in the Einstein community. The administrative/program assistant also has interaction with non-university personnel including HS counselors, HS students, MS students, parents, community site managers and various medical and health care professionals.