OUR PARTNERS

 

Our partners and world class sponsoring organizations are passionate about their involvement with The Links, Incorporated and play a critical role in helping our organization of accomplished, dedicated women work toward the realization of making the name “Links” not only a chain of friendship, but also a chain of purposeful service.

ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON FOUNDATION
ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON FOUNDATION

RWJF: Students are introduced to the history of RWJF and its influence on medical research and policy across the nation. They learn about RWJF’s approach to building human capital and they are informed about the areas of research in which the Foundation is investing. Of particular interest to them is the research in the area of childhood obesity which is a National Initiative.

NCC New Covenant Church
NCC New Covenant Church

We are a Christ centered, Bible based, Prayer focused and Spirit filled church

Neighborhood Health Services Corp:
Neighborhood Health Services Corp:

HealthLinks Interns learn about the varied services and professions that are provided to our local communities by NHSC.

Liberty Science Center:
Liberty Science Center:

Interns attend “Live from…” surgical experiences broadcast via live interactive streaming video from local hospitals.

Piscataway Public Schools
Piscataway Public Schools

Since its inception in 2001, The HealthLinks Program has served eighth grade students in the New Brunswick, Plainfield and Piscataway School Districts in New Jersey.

Solaris Whole Health
Solaris Whole Health

+ T.E.S.T / Fitness Compulsion- Health and Wellness for Students: Strategies for Nutritional, Physical & Mental Well Being. The goals were to create awareness, inspire HealthLinks Interns to take control of their health, their physical fitness and their nutrition while showing them the possibilities that await them in the field of S.T.E.M/health.

New Jersey Institute of Technology:
New Jersey Institute of Technology:

HealthLinks are introduced to the array of engineering degrees, requirements and resulting professions offered at NJIT. They witness virtual breakthroughs that will have major impact on medical research and patient care in the future.

The Francis E. Parker Memorial Home was founded in 1907 by Henrietta Parker in memory of her late husband, Francis, who believed that seniors suffering from chronic illness should be able to live in a homelike environment with excellent, affordable nursing care. Today, guided by the principles of the Eden Alternative®, PARKER continues to embrace and nurture aging as a natural stage of life to be celebrated with compassion and enthusiasm.

NJ Sharing Network:
NJ Sharing Network:

HealthLinks Interns are introduced to organ and tissue transplant education and awareness from donor and recipient perspectives.