An Introduction to the Health Professions
My Campus is a quarterly Sunday afternoon program designed for underrepresented minority high school students in the Inland Empire. It provides high school students an interactive experience, led by Loma Linda University students and faculty, in our various health schools: Schools of Nursing, Dentistry, Medicine, Pharmacy, Public Health, Allied Health and Behavioral Health. The program is held at Loma Linda University's campus and features two or three different schools each quarter.
Students will get an introduction to the schools and professions, engage in hands-on experience, and interact with current Loma Linda University students. After the school presentations, speed-mentoring takes place, allowing high school students to interact with Loma Linda University students in various health tracks. Program begins at 1:00 pm and will conclude with dinner. This program is free and participants must register ahead of time as spots are limited.
- Fall 2018: Sunday, October 28 - featuring the School of Public Health and the School of Allied Health
- Winter 2019: Sunday, February 24 - featuring the School of Behavioral Health, the School of Nursing, and the School of Pharmacy
- Spring 2019: Sunday, May 5 - featuring the School of Dentistry and the School of Medicine
Participants must fill out an application and submit a 100 word essay in order for application to be complete. (PDF version is also available)
If you have any questions about My Campus, please contact the CAPS office:
Address: 24945 Mound St. Rm 1402. Loma Linda, CA. 92350