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We in the department of Neurosurgery are working in partnership with the non-profit organization Oasis for Girls to offer paid internship programs for underserved high school female youth of color (ages 14-18) to expose them to medical and healthcare professional careers with mentorship, career path exploration, and professional development through hospital rotations in labs, the OR, and other academic or healthcare locations, with research projects, presentations, and interactive activities. We accept a group of 15-18 youth per cycle with 3 application / intern cycles per year. We are expanding our programs to reach other demographics (e.g. young Black males, LGBTQ+ youth, college pre-med students). Altogether these programs are housed under the title Neurosurgery Community Internship Programs (NCIP).
K-12 Community Members Open to the Public
Open to All Underrepresented Minorities LGBT First Generation to College Female People with Disabilities Academic Community Building Education/Training Mentorship Outreach Research Volunteer UCSF Medicine
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Seasonal (Spring, Summer, Fall)
4 weeks, 4:30p - 6:30p in Spring / Fall, 2p-6p in Summer