Native Americans into Medicine (NAM)

The deadline to apply for the 2019 Native Americans into Medicine program is March 8, 2019. There will be a limited amount of spots availble for 2019. 

NAM is a six-week summer enrichment program for college Sophmores and Juniors interested in pursuing health careers. The 2019 NAM Summer program will address tobacco use and tobacco related cancer disparities over the course of two summers among American Indian and Alaska Native populations in Minneosta. The dates of the program are June 24th-Aug 2nd, 2019. The NAM program is in its 2nd summer, and will have the 2018 NAM cohort of students returning. However, there will be a few spots available for 2019. 

Program instructors include a broad range of Native American faculty, health professionals, traditional elders, and medical students. Accepted NAM students earn a stipend for living expenses. Campus housing is also available for those traveling from outside the Duluth region. Click for brochure.

Please download our 2019 application here and mail it to: 

182 SMED
1035 University Drive,
Duluth, MN 55812

or email it to:

College and Pre-Med Students

Medical School Pre-Admission Workshop (PAW)

 The Great Lakes Native American Medical School Applicant Workshop is a multi-day experience for pre-health Native American students who plan to apply to medical school within the next two years. Students will meet faculty and staff from various institutions to learn abut application teips as well as research, funding, and career development opportunities available to Native students. This year's workshop is being held in Madison, WI, on March 15th/16th. Students chosen for the workshop will have travel, lodging, and meals provided during the workshop. 

To apply, follow this link to the application portal:

The Great Lakes Native American Medical School Applicant Workshop flyer can be found here.