Mini-Medical University for Teens

Due to the popularity of the Mini Medical University for Teens program, Memorial Hospital’s Ambassador Services Department will once again offer a one-of-a-kind learning experience for high school students 15-18 who have an interest in medicine. This action-packed, hands-on experience will include lectures from clinicians in specialty areas, labs, various career opportunities in a hospital setting, exposure to a clinical unit and service within Memorial. Mini-Medical University for Teens 101 is a full-day, week-long experience. Students who successfully complete Mini-Medical University for Teens 101 are also eligible to interview for a volunteer position at the hospital. Due to privacy laws and other requirements, only high school students aged 15-17 who successfully complete Mini-Medical University for Teens are eligible to volunteer while in high school. High school seniors who are 18 or older are eligible to volunteer in the hospital once they either complete New Ambassador Orientation, or attend Mini-Medical University for Teens.

Signups for the two summer 2014 sessions have begun, so don't delay. Once the sessions are full, they will close and students will be placed on a waiting list for possible 2015 sessions.

The June 2014 session of Mini Medical University for Teens is full. The July session is filling quickly as well, so please turn in your applications if you are interested in applying for the July session. Once the 101B July session is full students will be added to the waiting list for information on possible 2015 summer sessions.

Please call Pam in the Ambassador Services Office at 574-647-6495 with any questions or to receive an email with information on the program and an application.