The NAHHE Health Professions Mentorship Program (HPMP)
What is the NAHHE Health Professions Mentorship Program (HPMP)?
Founded in 2014, the Health Professions Mentorship Program (HPMP) is the premier program of the National Association of Hispanic Healthcare Association® developing students to become healthcare leaders. Promising students receive structured mentoring from an experienced healthcare leader in addition to developing professional skills and attending workshops and industry events. The program is open to current undergraduate or graduate students interested in healthcare leadership including (but not limited to) healthcare administration, public health, and clinical professions. The program runs from October to June, with the application deadline in October. The application link can be found on this page.
The Health Professions Mentorship Program (HPMP) seeks to promote diversity and inclusion in healthcare management by providing mentorship and leadership development.
By providing access to role models and a platform to develop skills, HPMP seeks to increase the representation of underrepresented racial and ethnic minority groups in decision-making positions.
Applications are currently closed for the 2020 cycle. Applications will open in the summer of 2020.