Please contact your local recruiter for more information on any of these programs.
Activities and speakers vary by program and availability, but each have a goal to always promote family medicine and rural health care.
CHAMPS (Community Health Applied in Medical Public Service)
This program allows junior high and high school students to learn about health professions and attend workshops that enhance their experience in the health care field.
A series of mini presentations for students to receive information on a variety of health careers through hands-on activities and discussion.
Day In the Life
A one-day healthcare experience allowing seniors to see what A Day in the Life is like for a medical professional. Through speakers such as Physical Therapist, Family Medicine Physicians, Nurses, and more, students are able to learn about the career and ask questions. Students also tour a medical facility (where available) and take part in medical station rotations for hands-on activities such as drawing blood, giving injections, behavioral health scenarios and obstetrics with an empathy belly.
Hands On Healthcare
Students are invited to this one-day event to experience health careers with a hands-on approach. All activities get the students involved with active participation and step by step approach.
Find Your Future in Healthcare
In this free, two-day virtual camp, students will be introduced to a variety of health careers, participate in exciting hands on activities, and hear from healthcare professionals and current UAMS students.
Student who wish to apply must confirm that they have internet access and their own computer. Accepted students will be provided an activity kit.
MASH (Medical Applications of Science for Health)
A two-week summer enrichment program for rising juniors and seniors to have a deeper experience with a wide variety of health professions. Through shadowing, hands-on activities, dissections, CPR and First-Aid, speakers and projects, students gain knowledge and experience.
View a list of camp locations and dates.
Medical Interpreter Program (NW Campus Only)
Five-week certificate program introduces bilingual graduating high school students interested in medical careers to medical interpreting. Students may be 17 to enter course, 18 to practice interpreting in professional setting.
Professional schools are looking to see that you are compassionate and truly care about helping others. Through volunteer opportunities, students are able to get first hand medical experience and information about the many careers in medicine. Various opportunities are available throughout the year.
Additional Program Opportunities
Please click the links below for program and contact information.
HEALERS Program – UAMS
Outreach Programs – UAMS Division for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Pathways Academy – UAMS Division for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Pharmacy Camp – UAMS College of Pharmacy