My Campus: Minority Youth Health Professions Pipeline
The quarterly My Campus event exposes minority high school youth to the health professions. My Campus seeks to inspire, motivate, and educate our local high school students about these professions through fun and interactive activities with LLU Student Volunteers. Volunteers play an important role in mentorship by leading workshop activities about their school (ie. SOM, SPH, SN, etc.), being student representatives during breakout sessions, and interacting with the youth during other fun activities.
Meets: Sunday afternoon once a quarter Fall - November 4, 2012 Winter - February 24, 2013 featuring School of Nursing, Spring - April 21, 2013
Dates for the 2012 - 2013 school year:
featuring School of Public Health
& School of Allied Health
School of Pharmacy,
& School of Behavioral Health
featuring School of Medicine
& School of Dentistry
My Campus Coordinator: Temidayo Ogunrinu
Meets: Sunday afternoon once a quarter
Fall - November 4, 2012
Winter - February 24, 2013 featuring School of Nursing,
Spring - April 21, 2013
If you are a high school student interested in learning more about the program contact Temidayo Ogunrinu at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (909) 651-5011, or if you are a LLU student interested in volunteering, click here to register.
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