Summer Camps

Summer Medical Academy

The Medical Academy is an intensive 6-week health pipeline experience. Interactive learning and career exploration are integrated through four learning modules: Bioethics, Physiology, Risk Factors, and Math. Students present research projects to medical and community stakeholders at the closing ceremony in mid-July.

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Residential Camp

Students participate in an immersive residential experience in which they in college campus dorminatories with their fellow student colleagues and learn about college, receive hands-on academic activities, and workshops.

Summer

Students

Students from Kansas City Kansas Public Schools are chosen to particpate in the summer camps.

Instructors and Staff

Classroom instruction and discussion is facilitated by medical students, high school teachers, health professionals, and college interns.

Location

Camps are held at the University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City Kansas Community College, and University of Kansas. Depending on summer, students travel to various locations throughout Greater Kansas City to gain valuable hands-on experiences.

Residential has previously been held at the University of Kansas, Avila University, and the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

Self-Agency

Multicultural Night

Students get to show the importance of multiculturalism through music, dancing, fashion, and much more at multicultural night.

Poetry

With the help of a professional poet, students create and perform their own poetry.

Art

Students get to create a painting using a picture of themselves with the help of a professional artist.