I am having trouble submitting my application through the web portal, what do I do?
Please contact email@example.com and an admissions counselor from our team will reach out to you shortly.
I was not accepted. Can I reapply?
Yes, you may re-apply. In your new application, highlight new insights or learning you have had since your last application. Please don’t re-submit the exact same application.
What can I do to increase my chances of admission?
Take the application and interview process seriously. Spend time on your essays to demonstrate why you want to be in the program. Prepare for your interview and dress professionally. The Career Center at your college or university is a good resource for preparing for applications and interviews.
When do I need to show proof of immunizations?
Proof of immunization are due during your clearance appointment which is scheduled before the first day of training. You do not need to complete these items before submitting your application.
Can I transfer from one site to another site?
Due to the short timeframe of the program, you must complete your shifts at the site assigned upon starting the program. You may transfer after completing the program and will need to pay a transfer fee.
Can I transfer from one program to another?
Scholars in good standing may transfer to a program with similar entrance requirements. For example, Pre-Med Health Scholars may continue their enrollment in the 15-month Health Scholar program. Please reach out to an admissions counselor or your program manager for more details regarding your eligibility for concurrent enrollment.
How many departments will I experience? Do I choose the departments?
Pre-Med Scholars may be assigned to departments during their program. Scholars will fill out a department preference survey prior to beginning the program. While we try to accommodate preferences, we cannot guarantee department placement.
Why do some sites have more clinical areas that other sites? Why do some sites have only one or two clinical areas?
The number of clinical areas varies based on a few factors: the length of time the site has been open, the size of the site and the needs of the site. For new sites opened within the last two years, one to two clinical areas are typically opened every three months. For smaller sites, for example an acute care site with a relatively low number of beds, fewer areas are available because the site will have fewer clinical areas overall. The needs of the site also play a role –each of our sites provides a unique experience in a real health care setting. Different facilities serve different community health needs, and the department options will vary accordingly. We strive to provide a holistic view of health care at each site among departments that are appropriate Scholar learning environments.
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