Drexel University College of Medicine's Mini-Medical School offers several distinct medical education programs which are open to community members interested in expanding their medical knowledge. Our Mini-Medical School was the first in the area to launch medical mentoring programs.
In the Media
"Mini-Medical School Influences Students' Career Choices"
Pulse (Fall 2016)
"Mini-Medical School Programs' Influence on Students' Desire to Pursue Medicine"
Journal of the National Medical Association (August 2016)
Mini-Med Summer Camp®
Mini-Med Summer Camp is a unique program open to academically gifted high school seniors and college freshman with an interest in pursuing a career as a physician. This program will expose the students to clinical, didactic and simulated learning opportunities within the field of medicine.
Mini-Med Spring Break™
Mini-Med Spring Break is a one-week program open to college students from all colleges and universities who are anticipating attending medical school. The participant will experience a medical education as seen through the eyes of third- and fourth-year medical students during their clinical rotations in the hospital and clinical practices.
Mini-Med for the Pre-Med
Mini-Med for the Pre-Med is offered to local college students on the pre-med track or others who may be considering applying to medical school in the near future. In this fun and relaxed environment you will listen to lectures, participate in labs, and interact with fourth-year medical students. Each evening is designed to give you the opportunity to better understand what to expect while in medical school and better prepare you for the process ahead.
Mini-Med Discovery Days
Mini-Med Discovery Days is a grant program made possible through the generosity of The Kal and Lucille Rudman Foundation. It is offered to high school students who attend Julia R. Masterman High School and Central High School. The Rudmans believe strongly in the importance of education and of having various opportunities available to all. The scholarship for the Masterman students is given in the name of Fire Commissioner Lloyd Ayers' daughter, Jenne, a Masterman graduate. Mr. Rudman was a graduate of Central High School and offers this scholarship in support of his alma mater.