Addressing the diversity gap in science and health professions.


Originally created in 2017,  the Pathways program is for students who want to explore and/or considering attending College to pursue a major leading to a science and/or health-related career.  Going into its third consecutive year, the Pathways Program has allowed students to meet new friends, mentors, and faculty; has taught the intricacies of scientific research; and has allowed students an opportunity to participate in the Future Health Sciences Student Academy and in the Student Research initiative, leading to two successful Science Fests.

 

Applications for our third cohort of students, scheduled to begin September 2019, is now closed. We invite you to visit us frequently to see the upcoming program dates.

PATHWAYS TO HEALTH AND SCIENCE EDUCATION PROGRAM

How much does it cost to attend?

Who can attend?

The program is open to any high school student (9th-12th grade), of any age, gender and background who has an interest in science and health.

When and where is the program?

Together, lets explore a career in the health professions

The program takes place at Saint Luke's College of Health Sciences. It begins on September 2019 and will end in May 2020.  All activities are scheduled on Saturdays from 9:00 AM - 12:00 noon

There is no cost to attend. However, you must commit to attend and participate in all program sessions and activities.