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High School Programs and Partnerships

The Office of Student Inclusion and Diversity (SID) supports the core mission of the institution by working in different ways to attract high school students to careers in health.

We focus not only on short-term objectives, such as attracting qualified, underrepresented and/or disadvantaged students from diverse backgrounds, but also long-range objectives focused on student development. SID continually seeks to increase opportunities in the health professions and to provide educational opportunities and support services for underrepresented and/or disadvantaged students.”


 Opportunities for High School Students 

Perry Outreach Program in Winston-Salem, NC, which will take place at Wake Forest University on February, 2017. Women in grades 10 and up interested in exploring careers in orthopedics or engineering  are encouraged to apply. In addition to six hands-on "mock surgical" exercises, participants will hear lectures from local women surgeons and engineers. Application deadline, January 18, 2017. For more information see attachment. Perry Outreach

Last Updated: 01-12-2017
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