Deadline Approaching for MSU CHM Pipeline Program

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Attention all GVSU Pre-Med Students: if you are interested in getting involved in MSU College of Human Medicine’s Pipeline Program, there’s still time to apply!

The program is for high school students from Grand Rapids Innovation Central High School. These students will be matched wtih 15 qualified GVSU undergraduate students for the duration of the program. GVSU students will also be connected to current medical students. Special consideration will be given to GVSU students who come from a disadvantaged background, but applications from all those interested are welcome.

The program will run from January 20 – March 22, 2017, meeting every Wednesday from 3:00 – 5:30 PM at the Secchia Center in downtown Grand Rapids. Transportation is not provided, but parking will be validated for the ramp below the building.

During the first 30 minutes of each session, medical students, undergraduate students, and high school students will meet together informally. Formal sessions will begin at 3:30pm. During the sessions medical students and undergraduate students will co-instruct and collaboratively lead the sessions.

Sessions will include interactive activities and discussions to work on existing academic skills, introduce new professional skills and increase health and science knowledge. As a mentor in the pipeline program, you will participate in several activities including medical and public health activities, guest speakers, and creative projects.

This is a fantastic opportunity for you to impact the lives of high school students as well as gain important experiences that will be valuable to your personal growth and development as a future medical student!

To apply, please fill out the application form and submit it by December 5, 2016 at 5:oo PM

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MSUCHM EAP Information Session

In case you haven’t already heard, we will be holding an information session about our Early Assurance Program with Michigan State University’s College of Human Medicine, Tomorrow,  November, 2, from 7-9 PM in Loutit Lecture Hall 101.

This event is geared toward students who are planning to start medical school in Fall of 2018, and are interested in working with underserved populations and communities, and/or specializing in Family Medicine, OB/GYN, Pediatrics or Internal Medicine.

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