T.E.A.M.M. Approach: Underrepresented Minority Student Success in Health Profession Programs
Allied Health Sciences
College of Health Professions
Medicine and Health Sciences
Grand Valley State University (GVSU) understands the need to: increase the number of minorities graduating from health professions majors, provide support to aid in long-term student success, and improve the probability that minority students gain employment in health-related careers. Consequently, GVSU has collaborated with the Grand Rapids African American Health Institute (GRAAHI) to design and implement a healthcare mentorship program. This program helps to ensure the successful transition between college classroom and healthcare working environment by matching participating students with area health care professionals.
Pathways to Success within Higher Education: The New Faces of Race & Gender in Higher Education
Atlanta, GA, United States
Davis, Alisha and Wilson, Shannon, "T.E.A.M.M. Approach: Underrepresented Minority Student Success in Health Profession Programs" (2014). Faculty Scholarly Dissemination Grants. 936.
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