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National Hispanic Medical Association: Searching for Public Health Mentors

The National Hispanic Medical Association (NHMA) has partnered with the GE Foundation to mentor 50 outstanding public health and medical students on how to be successful in serving underserved Hispanic patients and families. NHMA is looking for public health mentors from across the country – specifically in Los Angeles, San Antonio, Chicago, New York City, and Atlanta. The mentorship program will last one year and requires that mentors stay in communication with their student mentee on a monthly basis. Mentors should also expect to serve as a preceptor for their student over a 3-day shadow visit to be scheduled at a convenient time throughout the year.