Minority Medical Student Career Development Programs
Mayo Clinic has valued diversity for more than 100 years. Mayo's minority medical student career development programs are designed to:
- Interest students in careers in academic medicine
- Enhance the diversity of Mayo's visiting clerkship and residency training programs
- Position Mayo Clinic to better meet the needs of an increasingly diverse patient population
Participants in minority medical student career development programs gain experience through:
- Clinical observations
- Career development workshops
- Patient-oriented and clinical research
The College of Medicine at Mayo Clinic considers minority individuals as including, but not limited to, members of the following groups: African American, Mexican American, Mainland Puerto Rican, American Indian, Alaska Native, Pacific Islander and members of other racial and ethnic groups considered to be underrepresented in medicine and biomedical research.
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Oct. 17, 2016