In-Depth Learning About the Health Professions
The Summer Gateway to the Health Professions Program is a 2-week program for underrepresented minority high school students in the Inland Empire interested in the health careers. This event takes place on the Loma Linda University campus which gives high school students the opportunity to participate in an interactive learning environment, highlighting patient care and careers in Allied Health, Behavioral Health, Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy and Public Health. Daily team-building activities and a day of community service in the local community round out the two-week program. A third week of shadowing is available to select students, 17 1/2 years of age and older. Lunch and snacks are provided, and housing is available for students living in further areas of San Bernardino and Riverside Counties.
The 2018 Summer Gateway program will take place July 8-26th.
- July 8: Orientation
- July 9-13: Week one (all students)
- July 16-20: Week two (all students)
- July 23-26: Observations in hospital setting (must be 17 1/2 years or older)
Applicants should be currently in high school at the time of application. In addition to the completed application, students will need to submit a letter of recommendation from a teacher or clergy, a 200 word essay on the applicant's interest in the health sciences, and make a $35 non-refundable application fee.
- Application for the Summer Gateway Program 2018 is currently closed.
See what students experience during the first 2-weeks of the program.
Address: 24945 Mound St. Loma Linda, CA. 92350