The UNM Office of Diversity hosts annual health science programs to assist high school students in receiving medical experience, college preparation, and ACT/SAT preparation. Take a peek at the programs below, some do offer travel assistance for the further communities located across the state. Please follow the program links for more information.
is a five-week, academically rigorous residential program at the University of New Mexico (UNM) that provides an academic learning environment for entering college freshmen who are interested in a career as a health professional. The program will challenge students with a rigorous curriculum with academic, social, and developmental support.
Health Careers Academy
is an intense and rewarding six-week, non-residential program held at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center in Albuquerque, NM for high school students who will be sophomores, juniors and seniors. The program is also designed to enhance math, science, language and critical thinking skills while exposing students to health and science related professions. This program will challenge students by balancing a rigorous academic curriculum, ACT preparation, service learning, and health science career exploration.
STEAM-H Career Exploration Extravaganza
is a hands-one, career exploration event for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics, and Health Science (STEAM-H) fields. This is a free event for student groups ranging from 5th grade to 1st year college students. It will take place June 10-12, 2016. All food, lodging, and transportation (from select locations) will be covered.
For application information, please contact the UNM Office of Diversity by phone at 505-272-2728, or email at email@example.com