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Pathways to Medical Professional Programs

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Timica Campbell

on 23 July 2013

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Transcript of Pathways to Medical Professional Programs

Pathways to Health Professions
High School
Getting into College
What you can do now...
You have to know exactly what you want to do
Professional Bridge Programs
Pre-Professional Programs
Office of Special Programs- UNC School of Medicine
High school session

Extracurricular Activities (clubs, leadership, etc)
Community Service
Show an interest in science.
Basics: large vs. small, close to home, in-state vs out of state, liberal arts vs technical
Visit schools- find out about support systems, your interests
Speak to guidance counselors about schools where you will be competitive
$$$$ Application fees
Educational Talent Search
Upward Bound
Project Uplift
Summer Bridge
National Youth Leadership Forum- Medicine
We hope to see all of you here!!
We are here as a resource for you.

We can offer guidance and support throughout this process.
Follow us on twitter @UNCSpecialProgr
Follow us on facebook @uncmedprogram
Any Questions?
Continue to be involved in extracurriculars and pre-health programs.
Find a "big buddy" and a professional mentor
Use college as a time to explore your possible field choices.
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