The Just Society has two major programs: 1. A scientific presentation at the annual dinner meeting on pertinent topics related to non-malignant hematology and 2. Provision of a travel award named in honor of the esteemed pediatrician, Roland B. Scott. This travel scholarship supports hematology fellows, residents and medical students to attend the annual meeting of the American Society of Hematology to promote their interest into careers in hematology.

At our annual meeting and throughout the year, the Just Society provides mentoring and support to its members in the mission promote diversity and advancement within the field of hematology.

The Just Society participates in and supports the Minority Recruitment Initiative of the American Society of Hematology through its programs aimed at increasing interest in the science and practice of Hematology by acting as research and career development mentors, collaborators and sponsors.