Friday’s at Frisbie Medical Mentoring program is a collaboration between Frisbie Hospital and Rochester Schools Extended Learning Opportunities program . The Medical Mentoring Program offers a unique opportunity for high school juniors and seniors interested in the healthcare industry.
Structured over a 4 session bi-weekly schedule, students will be provided with valuable firsthand experiences, professional mentoring, and job-shadowing opportunities that help students make educated decisions about their futures.
Students are selected for the Friday’s at Frisbie Medical Mentoring Program based on their academic performance, personal character and in-depth application process. Since the number of Medical Mentoring positions is limited, priority is given to upper-class students to allow participation in our program before graduation.
Our Medical Mentoring program is designed for high school juniors and seniors who have demonstrated an interest in the medical field and who have taken at least one semester of any Health Occupations course or for students who have successfully completed Chemistry and/or enrolled or completed AP Biology for the upcoming school year.
Students will spend four sessions of a half-day participating in lectures, observing mentors in their day-to-day work environments, including fast-paced clinical and various hospital settings. A high degree of professionalism, maturity and responsibility is require
d for this program, and students upon acceptance will undergo orientation. GREAT WORK Mr. Graziano!