Pharmacists serve as important resources for health and medication-related questions to many communities across various demographics, races and ethnicities throughout the U.S. This is particularly true for a place as diverse as New York City (NYC). The Changing Faces of Pharmacy-Student Enrichment Program has provided mentoring services and education to a growing cohort of high school students through the active participation of our Pharm.D. students. We will look to create strategic alliances that will provide broader services and support to this group of students, including financial and academic aspects. We will also look to develop partnerships to find STEM focused feeder programs for Elementary and Middle School children to offer the Changing Faces of Pharmacy Student Enrichment Program for their high school years.
Cassagnol, Manouchkathe; Arya, Vibhuti; and Conry, John
"An Urban Institute Community Outreach Program: The Changing Faces of Pharmacy - A Student Enrichment Program,"
Journal of Vincentian Social Action: Vol. 1
, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholar.stjohns.edu/jovsa/vol1/iss2/7