“Scrubs, Gloves and Microscopes:” an Opportunity for High School Students

Are you a high school student interested in exploring your options for a career as a health care professional? Do you already know you want a career as a physical therapist, dentist, veterinarian, surgeon, physician or medical researcher and want to learn more about the path to take to get there?

photo credit: Health Careers Center, University of Minnesota

If so, the “Scrubs, Glove and Microscopes” program at the University of Minnesota is for you! Each SGM session gives you the opportunity to learn about a different health care  profession:

Each program is about 3 – 4 hours in length. During each SGM session, you will learn from professional school students and professionals in the field, participate in a hands-on experience, and discover important next steps for pursuing the featured career

There are still a number of sessions in the 2012-2013 schedule you can register for:


Each SGM session is $40, and financial assistance and fee waivers are available for students in need. To register for one or more sessions, go to the Health Careers Center SGM site and following the registration instructions. You can contact the Health Careers Center directly if you have any questions about registration or financial assistance at 612-624-6767.

photo credit: Health Careers Center, University of Minnesota

For more info and resources for high school students interested in a career in the health sciences, visit or contact the Health Careers Center at the University of Minnesota!

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