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Health Sciences Outreach and Summer Program
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The Health Sciences Summer and Outreach Program is an initiative started with the aim to support bright and dedicated equity-deserving students, between grades 8-11, from marginalized communities, including individuals who self-identify as Indigenous, Black, racialized, 2SLGBTQIA+, immigrants, refugees, low economic status, or first generation.

In the program, participants will be matched (based on cultural, social, and academic needs) with a mentor who is a Queen's student, faculty, staff, or alumni from the Faculty of Health Sciences with the aim of providing an impactful experience. The program will include one-on-one mentorship, as well as, educational health science workshops and interactive activities, building participants confidence to navigate through the process of preparing for and applying to post-secondary programs.

In the long term, this project fosters the vision to build resilience amongst students of underrepresented populations and encourage diversity within the field of healthcare.

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Nancy Hoogenraad
Nancy Hoogenraad
Stewardship Officer
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