Faculty Mentoring

Each PSHP student is assigned a faculty mentor who will assist in individualized training and career planning.

MCH Seminars

Students are introduced to current concepts in maternal, child and family health.

 

Paid Internships

Internships allow students to link theory with practice while further preparing them for health-related careers.

Leaders Wanted

The UCLA Pathways for Students into Health Professions (PSHP) program aims to ensure the success of underrepresented students at UCLA who wish to pursue health-related careers.  With a strong emphasis on maternal and child health, PSHP provides a unique and exciting curriculum for its students  as well as the support and resources to optimize their ability to successfully enter graduate and professional schools.

Directed by health professional school faculty, we strive to ensure the success of students by providing relevant experience and learning opportunities, career planning, and mentoring.

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Partnerships

UCLA Fielding School of Public Health

David Geffen School of Medicine

UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs

UCLA School of Nursing

Partnerships

Child and Family Health Leadership Training Program

Students for Community Outreach, Promotion & Education (SCOPE)

Academic Advancement Program (AAP)