Calif. program helps students learn about health care careers

01/2/2014 | San Francisco Chronicle (free content)

Faces for the Future pairs high-school students with mentors in the health care field to give students a taste of a variety of medical careers. The program was launched more than 10 years ago at Children's Hospital Oakland and was created specifically to help low-income minority students. About 100 students participate each year in the program that includes volunteer work in hospitals, as well as field trips to colleges and extra academic support.

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