About MedLinks

MIT MedLinks Constitution

The MedLinks program works to support MIT students in connecting to campus support resources, the policies and services of MIT Medical, and determining when and how to seek medical attention. MedLinks is a residentially-based peer health advocacy program that supports the health of students in their residences along with the wider MIT community through one-on-one interactions and via health promotion events. In addition, MedLinks can make available single doses of common over-the-counter medications, first aid supplies, and safer sex supplies.

Greg Baker, M.S., M.A.
Senior Program Manager, Community Wellness at MIT Medical
E23-385Q // 617-253-1316 // medlinks-coords@mit.edu

Executive Board 2021-2022

The Executive Board is comprised of student representatives that serve as the governing body for the program and gives voice to the concerns of the MedLinks members. Please feel free to contact us or Greg if you have ideas or suggestions!

Residential Directors 2021-2022

Residential Directors (RDs) are leaders within the living groups who facilitate active communication among MedLinks and spearhead efforts to increase MedLinks' presence within their living group. RDs are essential to the MedLinks organization as they increase and maintain cohesion among MedLinks in their living group and between the living group and Exec. RDs represent the interests of their respective living groups by interviewing new MedLinks member candidates, organizing monthly meetings with the MedLinks in their living groups, hosting events and speakers, managing a large budget from Exec, and attending all-RD meetings with the Vice President.