Programs


Clinical Immersion and Mentoring Summer Internship

Summer Internship

The Clinical Immersion and Mentoring Summer Internship is a four (4) week, full-time program where MIMS participants are immersed into direct patient observation, shadow mentors in patient care settings, interact with a broad spectrum of health professionals/staff and attend daily skill/leadership development seminars. Participants will observe patient care at a busy, urban emergency department, out-patient clinics and private clinics.

 

 

Healthy Ambassador Program

HAP

The Healthy Ambassador Program (HAP) is an eight-month program where college and high school students are trained on a variety of health topics. The Healthy Ambassadors will subsequently educate middle and grade school students at selected Bay Area schools and after school programs on a variety of health topics.

Our goals are to promote healthy behaviors across many life stages. We aim to empower young adults to become leaders in their communities and equipping them with the tools necessary to disseminate proven techniques to combat and prevent health disparities. Through mentorship, Healthy Ambassadors will be informed on health career opportunities and practice public speaking and presentation skills.

 

Pre-Health Exposure Program for Young Men of Color

A 13 week program at Oakland Technical High School that will expose young men of color to a variety of health professions. Students will receive relevant experience, from trained professionals, that they can apply to real-world situations. Other benefits will include academic support, mentorship, and preparation for admission into the Oakland Tech Health Academy.