HOPE for a new generation of healthcare professionals

HOPE provides career pathways education and guidance to students seeking careers in healthcare.

WHAT IS HOPE?

HOPE is a career pathways program designed to aid underrepresented groups of high school students in understanding and researching a list of over 50 different careers in health care.

HOPE sessions are held during the academic year, typically on Saturdays in November and March. For more information about what takes place during HOPE, click on the About Us link.

There is no other program like this currently in existence in Dane County!

Since its founding in 2013, the HOPE program has

3000
participating middle and high school students and college mentors
380
HOPE participants in paid summer internships
18
Scholarships (in partnership with UnityPoint Health – Meriter & Quartz) to students attending Madison College’s Health Science or Liberal Arts Transfer programs

Participating Programs

HOPE is proud to support the following Partners:

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