The HPAC program at Northeast Ohio Medical University is one of the largest health professions pipeline programs for youth in the country. It empowers youth to identify local health concerns and develop grassroots ideas to address those issues in their communities. Through this work, youth become community champions for health as they advance into health profession’s educational pathways. The program currently serves about 2,000 youth in Ohio and they, in turn, serve more than 10,000 Ohioans.
WHAT: A free art show with music and light refreshments, featuring local artist Joseph L. Thomas and Dandridge residents’ artwork. Some artwork will be available to purchase.
WHERE: Dandridge’s Burgundi Manor, 31 Maranatha Ct. Youngstown, Ohio 44505
WHEN: February 24, 25, 26, 2017 | 10:00am – 4:00pm
About Northeast Ohio Medical University
For 40 years, NEOMED has worked in collaboration with its educational, clinical and research partners to successfully train health professionals and medical researchers who serve and impact the region and beyond. The University trains students in a team-based, interprofessional environment and offers doctor of medicine (M.D.) and doctor of pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degrees, in addition to master’s and doctoral degrees and research opportunities in other medical areas. Visit www.neomed.edu.