This article recently appeared in the January 2, 2013 issue of the Chicago Tribune, and sheds important light on the work of the Center for Jewish Genetics, which has been supported over a number of years by the Health Trust.
By Karen Schwartz, Special to the Tribune
January 2, 2013
For Ellie and Jeremy Forman, getting married involved much more than walking down the aisle in fancy garb and saying their "I do's" in front of family and friends this past July.
A priority of Michael Reese Health Trust (MRHT) has been to recruit, effectively support and prepare more of Chicago’s young people, particularly low-income minorities, for Chicago’s Healthcare workforce. Given the need for health care workers and the projected range of health related jobs, MRHT has been partnering with several Chicago area institutions to address these needs, while seeking to better ensure economic security for participating youth.