NWHSU PBPH program helps student’s med school aspirations for global care
NWHSU | April 10, 2018
NWHSU Post-Bacc/Pre-Health student Ahmed Karin was featured in Park Nicollet Foundation’s Volunteer Voice newsletter on his journey to medical school.
Ahmed Karim, a Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Health (PBPH) student at NWHSU, was recently featured in Park Nicollet Foundation’s Volunteer Voice newsletter. The foundation aims to improve the health and well-being of patients, families, and community through partnerships, philanthropy, and volunteerism. The spotlight on Ahmed takes a look at his journey to medical school and his aspirations to work for organizations like Doctors without Borders.
Through NWHSU’s PBPH program, Ahmed will complete the prerequisites he needs to apply to medical school and pursue his dreams of helping those in need. He plans to focus on family or emergency medicine.
By taking our accelerated courses in general chemistry, organic chemistry and physics, students can complete one full academic year of a two-course sequence in only half the time it typically takes in other PBPH programs, bringing them closer to their aspirations faster. Click here to read the spotlight on Ahmed: Park Nicollet Volunteer Voice ENews