- By Matthew Brenden
Minnesota high schoolers invited to participate in 2018 Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences’ Career Immersion Program
ROCHESTER, Minn. — Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences is hosting its third Career Immersion Program June 24-29 for Minnesota high school sophomores and juniors. The week, which is free for the 40 students accepted, includes:
- Supervised group lodging and meals in downtown Rochester
- Meetings with current students and professionals in a range of health science professions
- Networking with Mayo Clinic faculty
- Opportunities to learn about the academic path for enrolling in accredited health science education programs
The program will expose participants to varied health science career paths, including:
- Imaging professions (e.g., nuclear medicine, radiography and sonography)
Learn more about these and other health sciences careers.
Qualified students will be sophomores or juniors during the 2017-2018 school year, have GPAs of 2.75 or higher, and have an expressed interest in health science professions. Submit the online Application for Admission by midnight on Feb. 1. Complete applications will include:
- Completed online application form
- Current high school transcript
- One letter of recommendation from a teacher
- One short essay about the student’s interest in health sciences
Application decisions will be announced in the spring.
Find the application and a short video from students who attended the Career Immersion Program at mayo.edu/careerimmersion. The website also details Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences’ 16 health sciences certificate programs that welcome qualified undergraduate students. Educators, parents and students can direct questions to Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science Recruitment.
About Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences
Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences has been preparing students for successful careers in the health sciences for more than 100 years. Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences strives to educate students who excel in academic achievement to become quality care providers for patients. More than 1,500 students are enrolled annually in more than 60 Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences programs representing 27 health sciences professions. The school’s nearly 300 faculty members ensure that students receive exceptional personalized training.
About Mayo Clinic
Mayo Clinic is a nonprofit organization committed to clinical practice, education and research, providing expert, comprehensive care to everyone who needs healing. Learn more about Mayo Clinic. Visit the Mayo Clinic News Network.
- Matthew Brenden, Mayo Clinic Public Affairs, 507-284-5005, firstname.lastname@example.org