Kennedy Gifted Magnet is partnered with Los Angeles Mission College in their California Career Pathways Trust. This is a series of four college classes taught by a college professor here on our campus. These courses focus on teaching students about different occupations in healthcare and the skills and knowledge they will need to pursue their career interests in medicine.

Once a month, Kennedy Medical Magnet students join volunteers from the Primary Care Physician Assistant Program at Keck School of Medicine of USC for the Pipeline Program. Students are introduced to a wide range of health professions while attending workshops and practicing clinical skills. Topics include neurology, anatomy, and physiology, nutrition, first-aid, and more. Exposing the students to the opportunities in the health care field, Pipeline strives to inspire and guide them to attain their future careers.

Do you want to become an advocate for the Kidney Foundation and earn Community Service hours? You will have better knowledge about the kidneys’ function and why they are so important, and be able to educate others.

-GPA must be at least a 2.5
-Attend the guest speaker presentation on Friday Dec 4 at 11:30am
-Attend the 1 ½ hour training on Dec 16 at 2:30pm

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