OBJECTIVES/SPECIFIC AIMS: This study aims to describe adaptability in methods used to apply community input to programming within the field of translational science. The outcomes of community informed programming include opportunities for innovative projects and approaches, and better responsiveness to community needs. It is anticipated that this will result in greater community involvement in research, moving towards greater health equity. METHODS/STUDY POPULATION: The SC CTSI is situated in urban Los Angeles, one of the most diverse communities in the world. Eight SC CTSI Community Engagement Core initiatives that employ community partnership are illustrated. The activities include social marketing campaigns for cervical cancer prevention; use of community-embedded research ambassadors to increase scientific literacy in Latino and Black/African-American communities; use of innovative technologies to educate pediatric patients and families about clinical research; working with the entertainment industry to promote clinical research in popular television shows; a community advisory board that is tailored and embedded in each CSTA core group; a community based research dissemination program; an ad-hoc community advisory group assembled to adapt a research 101 curriculum for Black/African-American communities; and a series of listening sessions conducted throughout Los Angeles. RESULTS/ANTICIPATED RESULTS: Integration of community voices provide direction for future planning, programming and execution of all referenced initiatives. Ultimately, the goal for these discussions with community members is to develop innovative approaches to CTSA programming. DISCUSSION/SIGNIFICANCE OF IMPACT: Racial and ethnic minorities continue to experience underrepresentation in clinical research trials. CTSAs have been tasked with addressing barriers that have historically led to disparities in research participation, and by extension, the effectiveness of medical interventions in diverse populations. Community input is an invaluable source for knowledge and innovative ideas in how to increase involvement in various aspects of the research process, including dissemination, recruitment and enrollment in clinical trials. CTSAs have increasingly augmented Community Engagement programs within their respective cores to address population disparities. The approaches used to engage communities require an element of fluidity and flexibility, and a reliance on the input of community members, in order to maintain relevant and desired community engagement practices.