Medical Physician Preparation (MPP) Academy

A Division of the NAPCA Foundation

We are committed to building a diverse pipeline of future medical doctors, as early as 4th grade, that is more representative of the U.S. population.

MPP Undergraduate Program

For community college and four year college students.

PROGRAM DETAILS

Target Audience:

The high school program is open to high achieving students who will be enrolled as a 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade student in the upcoming Fall semester. We accept enrollment applications from students from all communities across the United States and globally who might not have considered a career as a medical physician or have already committed to pursuing a career in medicine.

Ultimate Goals:

  • To diversify the medical and health care profession and/or address health disparities by building a strong pipeline of future medical doctors, as early as 4th grade, that is more representative of the U.S. population.
  • Increase the number of high achieving students who are academically and mentally prepared with the social-emotional skills to: 1) complete medical school and earn a doctorate degree in Medicine and 2) become licensed to practice medicine in a medical specialty that provides a sense of purpose and meaning to their lives.
  • Improve the health care received by minority and disadvantaged populations by increasing the number of professionals from diverse backgrounds that are trained in medical and healthcare-related fields and return to serve them.

Short and Medium Term Goals:

To meet these ultimate goals, MPP established short and medium term goals.

  • Deliver a comprehensive “pre, pre-med” curriculum for “college readiness” & “pre-med undergraduate coursework readiness”. The primary focus will be on providing students with the academic preparation to succeed in the “pre-med gateway courses” that students will be required to take in college in order to apply to medical school.
  • Expose students to a variety of career paths in the field of medicine and healthcare that they would not be exposed to on their own. The focus is to get students excited about the opportunity to pursue a career as a medical physician.
  • Prepare students to present strong academic credentials to medical school admissions committees and provide in-person and virtual workshops and seminars focusing on premedical academic preparation, social-emotional skills, and navigating the medical school admissions and financial aid application process.

  • Provide students with the “social-emotional skills, mental toughness, and resiliency training” to help them maintain their motivation and break through any barrier that they may face on their path to success.
    • Instilling in them a belief in their ability to succeed in medical school and teaching them to seek out additional support when needed in their academic community.
  • Exposing students to role models and “inspirational” individuals who have overcome great odds or broken through academic and non-academic barriers to succeed in their medical careers. To that end, we seek to enhance students’ sense of self-efficacy and confidence—the belief that they too can succeed.
  • Improve student academic performance in Math & Science, and address students who are not meeting grade-level state standards. State Standards-aligned with benchmarks will be established and implemented. A comprehensive Response to Intervention (RtI) program will be initiated and subgroups will be addressed.

These short and medium term goals above align with the logic behind the program, which focuses on providing college readiness, academic preparation, social-emotional skills, and career exposure as the mechanisms needed to:

  • Thrive in the required pre-med gateway courses that they will take in college
  • Enhance the competitiveness of participants when they apply to medical school.
  • Students will be able to successfully complete the college admissions process, obtain financial aid, and be accepted to attend a four-­year university.

The intent of the program is to help students determine if a career in medicine aligns with their core values and interests or realize that the field of medicine is not a good fit for them. Either way, students will have gained valuable career exploration, planning and decision making skills to help them find a career path that provides a sense of purpose and meaning to their lives. Additionally, students will have gained social-emotional skills, experienced life on a college campus, and met high achieving students from around the U.S. and the world who may become lifelong friends.

Pre-Med Foundational Courses are (UC/CSU A-G) Approved for Academic Credit:

  • Pre-Med foundational math, science, and english arts courses are UC/CSU A-G approved for academic credit and meet university admissions requirements. Review our high school program curriculum to learn more about the pre-med foundational courses offered for academic credit.

MPP has earned ACMSPP Accreditation:

MPP Academy is an accredited member of the Accreditation Council for K-12 Medical School Preparation Pipeline Programs (ACMSPP). The Accreditation Council is an independent physician-led, not-for-profit organization that sets and monitors the core competencies and educational standards essential in preparing future medical students to thrive in pre-medical undergraduate study, medical school and beyond.

When a medical school preparation pipeline program such as the MPP Academy holds ACMSPP accreditation, it means that ACMSPP recognizes that our program meets a set of designated standards and can be trusted to deliver quality “pre, pre-med”education and training to elementary and secondary students across the world.

ACMSPP is also the largest accrediting agency, accrediting medical school preparation pipeline programs throughout the United States, its territories, and internationally.

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Intimate Cohort of U.S. and International Students:

Students interact with highly accomplished classmates from different communities across the globe that have similar professional ambitions.

Highly Engaging Learning Environment:

  • Highly collaborative and engaging face-to-face online and on-campus learning environment.

Accreditation:

  • Accredited by ACMSPP
  • Seeking Accreditation from ACA, Camps on Campus

Program Culmination: Poster Session:

Students will showcase their personal strategic action plan poster (education and career plan) and celebrate their NAPCA Summer Academy experience with their peers, NAPCA Staff, and family. The poster presentation will display each student’s written post secondary education and career goal along with specific action steps to achieve their future academic and career aspirations.

Student Safety & Supervision:

Student safety and supervision are our first priority at NAPCA. Campus security officers frequently patrol all campus facilities used by the program. Students are supervised by a NAPCA staff member throughout their entire day as they move from activity to activity in our small group format.

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Program Structure: Delivered through three integrated components:

Our pipeline programs are delivered in a hybrid format (online and on-campus). We offer students a variety of academic and career experiences, and personalized guidance over the course of our year-round pipeline programs to help students break through the barriers that exist on the path to medical school. Every summer, MPP students participate in a 1, 2, or 3 week summer intensive at a top university. Additionally, students are engaged in weekly virtual online classes for 2-4 hours per week during the academic year.

Why Hybrid (Online/On-Campus)?

MPP Academy’s hybrid “Pre, Pre-Med” academic year program helps reduce the time and cost of traveling back and forth from your home to the university campus on a weekly basis for 35 weeks during the school year (Fall, Winter, and Spring semesters). The online learning component of the program provides students with a student-centered, highly collaborative, and engaging environment.

"Pre, Pre-Med" Academic Year Program

(Hybrid: Online/On-Campus)

During the school year, students attend live online classes face-to-face with faculty and other program students via Zoom, for 2-3 hours per week, typically on the weekend, for 35 weeks. In addition, students meet in-person on a university campus, every other month on Saturdays. Students will not meet during holidays.

Additionally, students participate in a variety of academic and career preparation experiences throughout the year, in collaboration with practicing physicians and medical scientists, leading medical schools, and healthcare institutions throughout the nation.

APPLY NOW: We are accepting applications from high achieving students who will be enrolled as a 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade student in the Fall semester.

Seats are limited. Deadline to Apply: January 6, 2023

Attend a Virtual Information Session: Register

"Pre, Pre-Med" Summer Intensive Program

(On-Campus | Fully Online)

During the high school years, students participate in a 1, 2, or 3 week online and on-campus, summer intensive at a top university. Students live in the dorms on a university campus, spend 8-10 hours a day learning and experiencing collegiate life. Participants take pre-med foundational courses and a variety of college and career readiness workshops. The hybrid learning experience of this program allows you to choose between attending summer intensive class sessions in person or online.

Enrollment Options: Students enroll in the 1, 2, or 3 week summer intensive as a:

  • Commuter student (Drop Off: 7:45am, Pick Up: 5:00pm)
  • Commuter extended student (Drop Off: 7:45am, Pick Up: 8:00pm)
  • Residential student (Live on campus)

NEW: Online student (Offered fully online to students who are unable to attend our on-campus, in-person session)

APPLY NOW: We are accepting applications from high achieving students who will be enrolled as a 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade student in the upcoming Fall semester.

Seats are limited. Deadline to Apply: March 31, 2023

Attend a Virtual Information Session: Register to Attend Info Session

'So You Want to be a Medical Doctor?' Virtual Student Conference

(Online via Zoom)

The ‘So You Want to be a Medical Doctor?’ Virtual Student Conference is a free, international early outreach medical physician pipeline program offered to schools throughout the year via Zoom. MPP Academy students will attend exclusive student conference dates in the Fall, Spring and Summer. Participation in the student conference provides students with the opportunity to network with other students across the United States and globally. The program is facilitated by medical school students, practicing medical physicians and scientists, and medical school faculty and leaders.

The initiative was established to support the goal of the MPP Academy: To attract and build a diverse pipeline of future medical doctors, as early as 4th grade, to the physician workforce.

The conference is comprised of three activities:

  • Clinical Simulation Experience
  • Pre-College Human Anatomy & Physiology Seminar
  • Medical School Panel Discussion, Q&A Session: Preparing for Pre-Medical University Coursework & Medical School

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PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

HANDS-ON, PHYSICIAN-LED CLINICAL EXPERIENCES

During our three integrated programs - Academic Year Program, Summer Intensive Program, and Virtual Student Conference - students will be exposed to the techniques of doctors and other medical professionals during our clinical experience workshops.

Hands-on clinical workshops and simulations include:

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Surgical Knot-Tying
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Assessment of Vitals Signs: Temperature, HR, RR, BP, Pulse Ox
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Identifying Cranial Nerves 1 – 12
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Administering Subcutaneous and Intramuscular Injection Technique
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Administering Intraosseous and IV Injection Technique
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Casting and Splinting Technique
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Elliptical Incision and Suturing Techniques
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Testing Bilateral Visual Acuity
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9 Components of General Assessment
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Pupillary Light Reflex and Cranial Nerve III
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Six Cardinal Motions of the 3 Primary Extraocular Muscles
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Identification of Heart Sounds and Murmurs
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Visualization of Ear Anatomy
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Wound Cleaning and Laceration Repair
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Identification of Lung Sounds
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Sterile Gown Technique and PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)
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Radiology – X-Ray Image Reading
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Standardized Patient Care: Patient Interview and Diagnostic Skills

INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE TRIP

Students will attend a 1 week on-campus MPP Academy summer intensive program at a well-respected University/medical school outside of the U.S. This study abroad trip will raise global awareness through students experiencing first-hand what it’s like to practice medicine internationally.

Additionally, students will learn about the social, economical, and environmental factors that affect the health of patients and populations in a healthcare system outside of the USA, with a particular focus on understanding the health inequities that exist between patient populations.

Due to COVID-19, the international experience trip has moved online. For more information, please inquire with the MPP Academy office.

PROGRAM BENEFITS

Student Learning Objectives

Prepare Early to Become a Competitive Applicant for Medical School

  • Our program empowers students with the mindsets and tools, resources and support, and core competencies that a competitive applicant should possess before entering medical school.

Year-Round Academic Preparation for Pre-Med University Coursework

  • Students are provided with the academic preparation necessary to ensure they are prepared to complete college-level pre-med coursework to meet medical school admission requirements.
  • Substantive academic instruction in areas specific to the knowledge, skills, and abilities of students entering medical school are provided, with the intent to prepare students to acquire the 15 core competencies that a competitive applicant should possess before entering medical school, as defined by the Association of American Medical Colleges.
  • Pre-medical preparation will increase completion in pre-med math and science gateway college courses with grades that allow students to be more competitive for admission to medical school.
  • Students learn through a systems-based curriculum aligned with clinical experiences.

Hands-On, Physician-Led Pre-Med Clinical Experience & Simulation Activities

  • Hands-on clinical experience and simulations developed and taught by medical scientists and practicing physicians.
  • Simulation activities range from the basics of interacting with patients, checking vitals, providing wound care, making incisions, administering injections, to suturing.

Social-Emotional Skills & Resiliency Training

  • Social-emotional skills training, with an emphasis on resilience, is included in the MPP curriculum because of its affirmative impacts on empowering students with the mindsets and tools to break through their academic and non-academic barriers, to maintain motivation, and ultimately, to achieve their future career goal of becoming a medical physician.

Career Exploration & Planning Guidebook: Navigating the Path to Medical School

  • Students will receive a comprehensive textbook (written exclusively for MPP Academy participants) that empowers them with the mindsets, tools, and resources to navigate the career exploration and planning process. Additionally, students will develop a personal strategic action plan (i.e., Pre-Med Roadmap to Medical School) as part of their capstone project.

1 Week International Medicine & Healthcare Study Abroad Trip

  • Students in the high school and undergraduate program will travel abroad for one summer during an international study abroad immersive experience.

Academic Skills Development & Writing for College and Career Success

  • Students will develop a more strategic approach to reading, college-level writing, note-taking, and researching topics for an academic paper in a quicker, more effective, way. Some of the seminar topics include overcoming procrastination, time management, memory and concentration, note-taking, textbook reading, and exam preparation.

Career Advising & Mentorship

  • Students will be paired with a Career Coach that provides mentorship and personalized support for professional and personal development into the field of medicine.
  • Students are surrounded by like-minded peers and encouraged to support each other and share knowledge, tools, and resources.
  • Our program creates a culture of empowerment through the mentorship of professionals and physicians and medical professionals that supports students on their journey to becoming a future doctor.

Introduction to the MCAT Entrance Exam

  • Students receive an in-depth review of the Medical College Admissions Test, commonly used in the Medical School Admissions holistic review admissions process.

Medical School Tours | Visits to Hospitals & Clinics

  • As part of the career exploration process students participate in medical school tours and visits to local hospitals and clinics to observe the activities of physicians and residents in a variety of specialties.

Earn Healthcare Industry Certifications

  • Students will earn: First Aid and CPR Certification, AED & BLS Certification, and HIPAA Compliance Training & Certification.

Navigating the Undergraduate Admissions Process

  • Students are provided with the tools, resources, and hands-on experience to navigate the college admissions process. Students will develop the knowledge to become a competitive college applicant and to be a desirable candidate at “top schools”.

Navigating the Medical School Admissions Process

Students are provided with the core competencies and resources to navigate the medical school admissions process. Students will develop the knowledge to become a competitive medical school applicant and to be a desirable candidate at “top schools”

College Affordability Planning: Paying for College

Students are supported through the college financial aid process, and additional options available to finance an undergraduate education. This is meant to simplify the complex college financial aid process and reduce the stress and anxiety of paying for college.

University & Medical School Affordability Planning: Paying for College and Medical School

Students gain the knowledge and hands-on experience to navigate the complex medical school financial aid process with greater confidence, reduced stress and anxiety.

Experience College Life

Students will experience college life while they live and learn on a college campus. Students will meet new friends from around the world, establish a sense of community, and are provided with the opportunity for academic and personal growth in a safe and secure college environment.

International Experience: Cultural & Global Awareness Programming

Students will learn about the social, economical, and environmental factors that affect the health of patients and populations in a healthcare system outside of the USA.

Social & Cultural Activities

MPP students will develop a service-oriented mindset, engaging in community service learning projects and will experience cultures domestically, as well as internationally. In addition to academic coursework and career exploration experiences, students will participate in a variety of fun indoor and outdoor activities creating an unforgettable summer experience.

Live & Learn on a College Campus

  • Students will live on-campus and attend classes within a safe and secure college environment to experience what it will be like as a college student. Students will live in on-campus dorms to learn about residential life.
  • Students will develop new friendships while experiencing college life, exploring and experiencing different career paths in the field of medicine, and developing the mindset and skills needed to succeed in school and beyond.

Exclusive Guest Speakers

  • Students will gain valuable insight on future careers and learn strategies on how to achieve their education and career goals from guest speakers from various industries.
  • Students meet with current college students who will share age-appropriate college life experiences and provide recommendations on how to start preparing for college as a college-bound student.

Virtual Career Simulations

Students participate in behind-the-scenes virtual career simulations to get a taste of what a future career might be like.

Career Tours

Students experience exclusive career tours to get a taste of what a future career might be like and build connections with professionals from different career fields to help them gain insight into their future careers.

Public Speaking

Students will discover how to speak confidently and persuasively to both large audiences and small groups.

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WHY CHOOSE MPP

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Become a competitive medical school applicant as well as become better prepared to thrive in medical school.

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You will have early exposure to the role and responsibilities of a medical physician which will also help you determine whether or not a career as a medical physician is a good fit for you.

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The curriculum mirrors current medical school education.

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The MPP Academy nurtures within you the resilience, grit and social-emotional skills needed to thrive in medical school and beyond.

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MPP Academy will connect you to meaningful work-based opportunities and 1-on-1 personalized academic and career guidance.

OUR IMPACT

College Acceptances & Matriculations

We are proud to share that 100% of MPP Academy graduates go on to college immediately after graduation, many to some of the most prestigious institutions in the country. Each year, many MPP Academy students are recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Program and earn significant scholarships to colleges and universities.

SHORT TERM OUTCOMES

The short-term outcomes reflect the knowledge, skills, and attitudes we expect students to acquire after they graduate from our high school program.

PRE-MED ACADEMIC READINESS

Are scholars learning PRE-MED content knowledge that is necessary to succeed in college level pre-medical coursework which is also required for admission to medical school?

Pre-Med Foundation Knowledge

  • % of scholars demonstrated significant growth in the PRE-MED Academic Readiness assessment.

College Readiness in Science

  • % of scholars demonstrated an increase in Biology assessment scores over the course of the program.
  • % of scholars demonstrated an increase in Chemistry assessment scores over the course of the program.
  • % of scholars demonstrated an increase in Physics assessment scores over the course of the program.
  • % of scholars demonstrated a statistically significant increase in Pre-Med Science Readiness Assessment (covers Biology, Chemistry, and Physics) scores from pre- to post-­MPP.

College Readiness in Mathematics

  • % of scholars demonstrated a statistically significant increase in the Pre-Med Mathematics Readiness Assessment (covers Biology, Chemistry, and Physics) scores from pre- to post-­MPP.
  • % of scholars demonstrated an increase in Pre-Algebra assessment scores over the course of the program.
  • % of scholars demonstrated a statistically significant increase in Algebra 1 assessment scores from pre- to post-­MPP.
  • % of scholars demonstrated an increase in Algebra II assessment scores over the course of the program.
  • % of scholars demonstrated a statistically significant increase in Calculus assessment scores from pre- to post-­MPP.

College Writing Readiness

  • % of scholars demonstrated a statistically significant increase in the College Writing Readiness Assessment scores from pre- to post-­MPP.

PRE-MED ATTITUDES & ASPIRATIONS

Does scholar engagement in PRE-MED readiness courses increase their interest in pursuing PRE-MED in college?
  • % of scholars plan or committed to declare an academic major in a STEM field in college.
  • % of scholars plan or committed to enroll and complete a pre-medicine program at a four-year university that provides them with all the required pre-med courses needed to apply for medical school.

Does scholar engagement in PRE-MED courses increase their interest in pursuing a career in medicine.
  • % of scholars committed to pursue a career path in medicine and healthcare.

  • % of scholars plan to apply to medical school to pursue a career in medicine.

ACCESS TO ROLE MODELS, NEW FRIENDSHIPS, AND A PEER NETWORK OF SUPPORT & ENCOURAGEMENT

Are scholars developing supportive peer and adult networks to guide and support their path to becoming a medical doctor?
  • % of scholars indicated that they have established professional relationships with medical physicians and other healthcare professionals who have impacted their future college and career goals. STO, MTO
  • % of scholars reported feeling part of a community of students who are interested in pursuing a career in medicine and healthcare. STO, MTO
  • % of scholars reported that the new friendships they gained from attending the program provided a peer network of support and encouragement. STO, MTO

Do scholars feel like they belong in and can succeed in the field of medicine as a medical doctor?
  • % of scholars reported that they believe in themselves to achieve the goal of becoming a medical doctor.

COLLEGE READINESS

College Admissions Knowledge

  • % of scholars have the knowledge to apply to college as demonstrated by the college admissions knowledge assessment.

College Entrance Exam Completion

  • % of scholars reported that they feel prepared to perform well on college entrance exams.
  • % of scholars have registered and taken the SAT or ACT college entrance exams at substantially higher rates in comparison with non-participating peers.

Financial Aid Knowledge

  • % of scholars have completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at substantially higher rates in comparison with non-participating peers.
  • % of scholars have the knowledge to apply for financial aid as demonstrated by the financial aid knowledge assessment.
  • % of scholars have knowledge about student loans and how to apply for them as demonstrated by the financial aid knowledge assessment.
  • % of scholars became more confident in their ability to obtain financial aid to finance their college education (__% to 100%).

UC/CSU A-G Subject Knowledge

  • % of scholars completed the UC/CSU A-G college preparatory coursework required for admission to a 4 year college or university with a grade of B or better.
    • In comparison, 34% of all California high school graduates complete “a-g” coursework with a grade of C or better.

College Matriculation

  • % of scholars enrolled in a four year college or university.

STUDENT IMPACT

100%

of scholars demonstrated significant growth’ in at least one core subject assessment.

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100%

of scholars plan to major in a STEM field in college.

Medical Physician Preparation (MPP) Academy

71%

of students attending MPP for the first time met a Medicine & Healthcare Professional who could help them navigate their professional path.

Medical Physician Preparation (MPP) Academy

82%

of scholars when thinking about a career in STEM, see themselves fitting in well.

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Intention to Major in STEM

National: 45%
MPP: 100%

Bachelor's Degree Completion in STEM

National: 34%
MPP: 82%

ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT

Medical Physician Preparation (MPP) Academy Juliana Smith

Juliana Smith

I participated in NAPCA as a high school student in 2012 at the University of Southern California. I’m currently a 1st-year medical student at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). I think the most powerful thing I gained from the program was the confidence to pursue a career in medicine. I cannot thank the program enough for that!

Additionally, I loved it so much that I wanted to get involved as a staff member. In the summer of 2015-16, I coordinated all student activities outside of the classroom on the campus of Harvard University. I am so grateful for this experience as it helped to build my leadership skills.


I highly recommend that you consider attending NAPCA’s MPP program and taking advantage of everything the program has to offer. If you had the opportunity to talk to a future medical school student, what would you tell him/her?

If your current circumstances don’t match your dreams, meaning you don’t have the grades, finances, knowledge, experience, etc. to pursue it, don’t let that discourage you. You need help on your journey. There are several people who have had obstacles similar to yours and have accomplished exactly what you want to do. You have to find these people and come up with a game plan. Programs like NAPCA’s Medical Physician Preparation Program can provide the support and guidance that you need.

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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM SNAPSHOT

An Early Outreach Pre-Med & Medical School Readiness Program

Our pipeline programs are delivered in a hybrid format (online and on-campus). We offer students a variety of academic and career experiences, and personalized guidance over the course of our year-round pipeline programs to help students break through the barriers that exist on the path to medical school. Every summer, MPP students participate in a 1, 2, or 3 week summer intensive at a top university. Additionally, students are engaged in weekly virtual online classes for 2-4 hours per week during the academic year.

Delivered through three integrated components:

"Pre" Pre-Med Academic Year Program

(Hybrid: Online/On-Campus)

During the school year, students attend live online classes face-to-face with faculty and other program students via Zoom, for 2-3 hours per week, typically on the weekend, for 35 weeks. In addition, students meet in-person on a university campus, every other month on Saturdays. Students will not meet during holidays.

"Pre" Pre-Med 1, 2, or 3 Week Summer Residential Program at a Top University

(On-Campus | Fully Online via Zoom)

During the high school years, students participate in a 1, 2, or 3 week online and on-campus, summer intensive at a top university.

'So You Want to be a Medical Doctor?' Virtual Student Conference

(Online via Zoom)

The ‘So You Want to be a Medical Doctor?’ Virtual Student Conference is a free, international early outreach medical physician pipeline program offered to schools throughout the year via Zoom.

Pre-Med Foundations: Academic Preparation for Pre-Med Coursework (Year-Round)

College Tours

Academic Enrichment Courses

MPP Academy Pre-Med Podcast

Earn Healthcare Industry Certifications: First Aid, CPR, BLS, AED, and HIPAA

Academic Tutoring

Medical School Tours & Visits to Local Hospitals & Clinics

Mentoring and Career Coaching for Personal & Professional Development

Social & Cultural Activities

MCAT Test Prep

Medical Physician Preparation GOAL 2035

Goal 2035

Our big goal is to build a pipeline of future medical students, as early as 4th grade, that is more representative of the U.S. population.

Career Exploration & Planning Guidebook: Navigating the Path to Medical School

1 Week International Medicine & Healthcare Study Abroad Trip

College Readiness Activities

Capstone PSAP Project: Personal Strategic Action Planning: “A Roadmap to Your Future Career”

Pre-Med Clinical Simulation Activities

Academic Skills Development & Writing for College and Career Success

College and Medical School Admissions Advising

Social-Emotional Skills & Resiliency Training for College and Career Readiness

Peer to Peer Mentoring

Community Service & Cultural Activities

College and Medical School Affordability Advising

The components shown in the infographic above are offered in all MPP Academy programs except for the following:

MPP Elementary Program contains all of the elements included in the infographic except the 1 week International Study Abroad Trip, Preparation for the MCAT Entrance Exam, and Medical School Admissions and Financial Aid Advising.

MPP Middle School Program contains all of the elements included in the infographic, except the 1 week International Study Abroad trip, Preparation for the MCAT Entrance Exam, and Medical School Admissions and Financial Aid Advising.

MPP High School Program contains all of the elements included in the infographic.

MPP Undergraduate Program contains all of the elements included in the infographic, except College Admissions and Financial Aid Advising.

Undergraduate Program Brochure and Flyer

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