Diversity Group

Student Mentors for Minorities in Healthcare (SMH)

Mentor Definition
Mentor, teacher

Student Mentors for Minorities in Healthcare (SMH)

Student Mentors for Minorities in Healthcare (SMH) is a mentoring program for high school and undergraduate students interested in the health professions. The program pairs a current College of Health Professions student to serve as a mentor for a high school or undergraduate student to share with them information that will assist the mentee in preparing to apply for graduate school.  Meetings are held virtually once a month on Saturdays from 10 to 12 pm to provide opportunities for participating students to receive personal and professional development to assist them in pursuing their career goals.

Sessions are held monthly on Saturday and allow mentees to learn about a specific profession, the admissions process, and participate in professional development opportunities to grow and develop the skills needed to become gain entry into a graduate-level health care program.

Application requirements:

  • Must be a junior or senior in high school or an undergraduate college student
  • Unofficial transcripts
  • Resume
  • Letter of recommendation
  • Personal statement essay
  • GPA and Applicable test scores (SAT, ACT, GRE, etc.)

Applications are now open until Tuesday, October 6, 2020:

Click Here to Apply