Office for Educational Outreach and Health Careers "Pathway Programs"
Conceived by President and Dean Dr. Valerie Montgomery Rice and fueled by her passion to ensure a diverse health care workforce, the Office for Educational Outreach and Health Careers (EOHC) was established in 2012. The Office for EOHC oversees and directs all pathway programs at the institution providing Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM) exposure and mentoring opportunities for students from elementary through post-undergraduate levels.
The Office is committed to helping °ÄÃÅÆßÐÇÍ¼â€™s mission to increase the number of individuals underrepresented in medicine, the health professions, and the scientific workforce by providing pipeline programs designed to enhance educational opportunities in STEAM disciplines, intensify exposure to cutting edge biomedical and public health research, and provide preparation for successful application to and matriculation in schools emphasizing careers in the health professions.
°ÄÃÅÆßÐÇÍ¼ S.T.E.A.M. Academy immerses elementary and middle school students into the exciting world of STEAM* and health professions.
The °ÄÃÅÆßÐÇÍ¼ S.T.E.A.M. Academy (9-12) will introduce students to biomedical research and health careers. Participants will be immersed in scientific instrumentation and laboratory techniques, as well as participate in mini-courses and workshops on health equity, careers in the sciences and health professions, critical thinking and career planning
First Look Health T.E.A.M. (Teaching Education and Mentoring) is a day dedicated to exploring the exciting world of health careers.
The °ÄÃÅÆßÐÇÍ¼-Tuskegee Airmen Global Academy Connect Mentoring Program is a partnership with the °ÄÃÅÆßÐÇÍ¼ (°ÄÃÅÆßÐÇÍ¼), Tuskegee Airmen Global Academy, Atlanta Public Schools, and Atlanta CARES.
ROEO is designed to introduce and expose high-performing students from underrepresented backgrounds who are interested in pursuing medical careers to various specialties during an intensive 10-week course.
The overall goal of the Cancer Health Equity Institute Summer Programs are to encourage interest and facilitate student training in cancer research. Through participation in designated seminars and workshops, students will enhance their knowledge, scientific techniques, and expertise in cancer and cancer research.
The High School & Young Adults Community Health Worker training program is a year long training program that seeks to increase the number of trained HSYACHWs to engage family, peers and community in strategies for better health and wellness.
HCEPâ€™s focus is to recruit economically and educationally disadvantaged high school and college students who are interested in a healthcare/medical career and provide instruction, mentoring, tutoring and other educational experiences
First Look provides undergraduate students with an opportunity to meet others for an informative session on the admissions process, preparing for the MCAT, interviewing skills, how to successfully navigate medical school and what itâ€™s like to be a practicing physician.
°ÄÃÅÆßÐÇÍ¼Legacy is a unique program designed for our alumni with children who are interested in applying to °ÄÃÅÆßÐÇÍ¼. Our alumni are the foundation of our institution and we are excited to support our constituents who hope to further their familyâ€™s legacy at °ÄÃÅÆßÐÇÍ¼.
The Undergraduate Health Sciences Academy (UHSA) at °ÄÃÅÆßÐÇÍ¼ was created in response to the growing need for health care professionals in Georgiaâ€™s underserved urban and rural communities.
The Office of Online Education and Expanded Program offers two- 5 week summer pipeline programs with virtual learning formats and synchronous meetings. The programs are built to expose motivated college students and post baccalaureate students to the health informatics field and biotechnology industry.
The °ÄÃÅÆßÐÇÍ¼S degree program is designed to enhance the credentials of its students for entry into medical school by offering a challenging biomedical sciences and public health curriculum, strengthening critical thinking skills and providing a supportive and nurturing academic environment.
The Alumni Learning Community (ALC) is a pipeline initiative that assists Morehouse School Medicine alumni in engaging students underrepresented in medicine and the biomedical sciences and those from underserved communities in outreach activities designed to assist them as they work to pursue careers in the health professions and biomedical research.
The AHEC Program is responsible for implementing programs and activities to respond to Georgia's health workforce needs that occur in many of Georgia's most rural and urban underserved areas.