HCOP Supplemental 2014-15
HCOP Supplemental 2014-15
ABSTRACT: Flint HCOP Project Title: Flint Health Careers Opportunity Program (Flint HCOP) Applicant Name: The University of Michigan-Flint (UM-Flint) Address: 303 E. Kearsley Street, 2205 WSW Bldg., Flint MI 48502-1950 Project Director: Suzanne Selig, Ph.D., MPH, MSW E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone:810-762-3172 Fax: 810-762-3003 Web-site Address: www.umflint.edu/hcop Project Period: September 1, 2011 – August 31, 2014 Eligibility: School of Allied Health Statutory Funding Preference: Formal request as a statutory funding preference (see attachment 5) Project Summary: With HRSA funding and local community support, the School of Health Professions and Studies (SHPS) at the University of Michigan-Flint will implement the Flint HCOP project aimed at developing a more competitive pool of diverse applicants for admission into health professions programs. The Flint HCOP project will assist Flint Community School District area students (middle school, high school, and University of Michigan-Flint undergraduates) from economically and educationally disadvantaged backgrounds. Students will have the opportunity to be trained and exposed to the following health profession disciplines: Health Administration, Health Education, Medical Laboratory Science, Nursing, Radiation Therapy, Anesthesia, Health Education, Nursing, Physical Therapy, Public Health, and Health Informatics. Flint HCOP students will develop the skills, knowledge, and abilities needed to successfully compete for admission, enrollment, progression and graduation from a health professions program. The Flint HCOP project will result in a more competitive applicant pool, increasing diversity among health professionals. Objective 1: Introduce at least 130 disadvantaged 7th-12th grade students per year to Flint HCOP programs including health career exposure; math, science and reading/writing enrichment activities; and tutoring activities to enhance their potential for college success. Objective 2: Increase the academic preparation and health careers awareness of 30 disadvantaged middle school (6th-8th grade) students per year through a six-week Junior Summer Science and Math Camp at UM-Flint. Objective 3: Increase the academic preparation and health careers awareness of 35 disadvantaged 9th ? 12th high school students per year through the Saturday Morning Academy. Objective 4: Improve the academic preparation of 30 disadvantaged 9th ? 11th graders per year through an intensive six-week summer Pre-health Professions Enrichment Program (PPEP). Objective 5: Improve the academic preparation and skills for college success of 25 high school graduates accepted into the University of Michigan Flint Freshman class per year in the 4-week summer Pre-Matriculation Program Skills for College Success. Objective 6: Improve the retention and graduation rates of 25 disadvantaged undergraduate students per year enrolled in UM-Flint School of Health Professions and Studies through CHAMP, a 6-month mentoring program.