Student Explorer Program
A global health program that helps high
school students develop foundational
knowledge and leadership skills.
This engaging 48-hour program for high school students provides an introduction to global health. With introductory modules highlighting health professional career exploration, FIMRC project site overviews, case studies, and thematic patterns in global health.
Students interested in medicine, global health, development, and other related fields will be exposed to a different professional each week, learning about their career path. Students will also review a different global health topic each week, and gain in-depth insight into real challenges faced at FIMRC project sites within these topics. This program will provide the structure to understand how an individual can contribute to global challenges within the healthcare field.
An engaging 48-hour program with introductory modules highlighting health professional career exploration, FIMRC project site overviews, case studies, and thematic patterns in global health.
High school students ready to explore global health careers with real-world learning and professionally led clinical opportunities, preparing students for higher education coursework.
"This program was an amazing way to learn about FIMRC and its project sites while working on a project that would make a positive impact. The profession introductions were extremely engaging and all the professionals we met with shared interesting and new perspectives on the medical field. I love health science, so I also really enjoyed the case studies since they were all about problem solving and learning about patient care."