Do you know a high school student interested in attending medical school? Tell them about Mini-Medical School – an educational seminar series developed in partnership by Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Neptune High School and the New Jersey Hospital Association.
Moderated by David S. Kountz, M.D., vice president, Academic Affairs at Jersey Shore, Mini-Medical School provides motivated Ocean and Monmouth County high school students with valuable information about careers in medicine and access to leading physicians and educators. There is no cost to participate, but space is limited.
The 2015 sessions take place each Wednesday evening (7:00 p.m. 8:30p.m.) from September 30th through November 4th at the Performing Arts Center at Neptune High School (55 Neptune Blvd., Neptune Township, NJ).
Seminar topics include:
- A Day in the Life of an Orthopedic Surgeon
- Alternative Careers in the Health Sciences
- Sleep Science
- A Psychiatrists’ View of Adolescence
- The Changing Face of Medical Education in New Jersey
During these presentations, the physicians also talk about their personal path to a career in medicine; their day-to-day, and what they wish they knew when they were in high school.
Registration is required to attend this event. Register here.