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As a DGSOM staff member, faculty member, or trainee you have many touch points with talented and deserving future Bruins, leaders, and world changers. Learn about local opportunities and help get them involved.
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Annual conference hosted by UCLA GME and DGSOM EDI Offices for all med student training years with talks, panels, workshops, and mock interviews.
Trainees, staff and faculty who are first in their families to attend college are linked together in families, with regular events for mentorship, networking, and advocacy. .
Mentorship program between residents and UCLA MS1s, sponsored by DGSOM Student Affairs Office of Well-Being, with the goal to foster relationships.
SNMA student group’s mentorship program for undergraduates.
Contact SNMA leadership: firstname.lastname@example.org
11-month post-bac designed to assist promising students from disadvantaged backgrounds who were previously unsuccessful in gaining admission into a US Medical school.
Visit site: medschool.ucla.edu/apply/rap
6-week summer enrichment program targeting educationally and financially disadvantaged community college students while also accepting a number of 4-year college students.
Visit site: medschool.ucla.edu/apply/shpep
1-week non-residential summer program that aims to provide promising pre-medical students from educationally and financially disadvantaged backgrounds with means of strengthening their ability and readiness to study medicine.
Visit site: medschool.ucla.edu/apply/prep
To create and administer innovative academic programs for first generation, low-income and students who have been historically underrepresented in higher education.
Visit site: aap.ucla.edu/about-aap/overview/
Provides academic, career and mentoring support to AAP students who are interested in gaining admission to health profession school. It is also designed to provide them with effective strategies to be successful in gateway science courses. It is a cohort program that will admit and support students for two years. Students must be in their first or second undergraduate year. Students will be required to participate in internships, research, Saturday Career seminars, program meetings, community service activities and workshops.
Visit site: aap.ucla.edu/programs/high-aims/
Encompasses multiple programs that focus on community service, outreach, education, and empowerment in Los Angeles communities; pipeline programs include: