In an effort to inspire, enrich and engage underrepresented students to pursue careers in the allied health sciences, Connect2Mentors invites high school students — from all grades — to attend a one-day experience with professional student mentors, helping to pave a path toward their future career.  Participants have the opportunity to:

  • Speed network with health professions students.
  • Medical Escape Room activity.
  • Attend a one-hour workshop on writing a personal statement for college admissions.
  • Flyers – English (PDF) and Español (PDF).

Saturday, February 18, 2023
10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Lunch and snacks will be provided

Twenty-six students will be selected. Applications are now being accepted.

For questions, please email or call the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, 602-827-2575.

The Irene H. Bailey Cardiology Academy

Women Making a Heart with Their Hands

The goal of the Irene H. Bailey Cardiology Academy (IBCA) is to provide underrepresented/lower socioeconomic status high school students who have an interest in science with the opportunity to:

  • Learn and apply science concepts and inquiry skills by doing hands-on laboratory and clinical activities.
  • Explore the variety of academic programs and career choices in the fields of science and medicine.
  • Develop mentoring relationships with graduate and medical school students, scientists, clinicians and other health care professional.
  • Flyers – English (PDF) and Español (PDF).

The free program will be held four days during the week of Phoenix Union High School's spring break, March 14 – 17, 2023. Apply todayYou can contact the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, 602-827-2575 with any questions.

Mobile Medical Program

Mobile Medical Program

The Mobile Medical Program provides elementary and middle school students who have an interest in science to: 

  • Learn about becoming a doctor and explore other health professions. 
  • Practice hands-on skills such as surgical knot-tying, CPR and checking vitals with current medical students.*
  • En español (PDF).

The program is open to all schools while targeting Title I elementary and middle schools. To inquire about your school hosting a Mobile Medical Program session, complete this form. For questions, please contact the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, 602-827-2575.

*These fun, hands-on activities will explore basic concepts and are not intended for certification, training or medical clinic.