Black Women with Stethoscopes Youth Summit

Join us! Young women ages 12 - 18

Do you want to go into medicine? Do you want to be a doctor, dentist, nurse, physician assistant, or advanced practice nurse?

At a Black Women with Stethoscopes Youth Summit, you will:

  • Meet and hear from Black female healthcare professionals
  • Engage in hands-on activities using the actual tools of healthcare

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Stay tuned for our next event which will be held at:

Hennepin Healthcare
Clinic & Specialty Center
715 South 8th Street
Minneapolis 55404

Free underground parking will be available on Park Avenue. Enter the ramp between 8th and 9th Streets

This is a healthcare facility. Please wear a mask. 

Frequently Asked Questions

The Youth Summit will feature a panel with Black female healthcare professionals, who will share their experience and tips for pursuing a career in healthcare. You will tour our downtown campus, such as the Simulation Center and other medical training areas. There'll be plenty of hands-on learning where you will use real medical equipment and have an opportunity to talk to providers.

This is an all-day event, you can expect plenty of snacks, drinks and lunch to keep you energized for all the learning and fun.

There's no need to bring anything other than your excitement and questions! We will provide a pen and booklet full of information, including plenty of space for you to jot down notes.

If your friend is between the ages of 12 - 18, encourage them to register and join you!

The registration form includes a section where parents can register if they wish to stay with their child. Everyone will need to check in at the welcome desk.

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Black Women with Stethoscopes is part of the Hennepin Healthcare Talent Garden, a series of initiatives designed to connect historically excluded youth and young adults to healthcare jobs.

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Black Women with Stethoscopes Youth Summit