Discovery Days is one-day training courses that provide school students (mainly Grade 11) the chance to understand more about a number of career options in medicine and also the health sciences.
A Discovery Day comprises an engaged keynote lecture, interactive training courses along with a career panel discussion. Students obtain a obvious picture of the items it might be enjoy being any adverse health professional by getting together with scientists, physicians and teachers within their real-existence work setting. Instructors/guidance counsellors will also be welcome, although not needed, to go to. Pre-registration is needed.
- Individuals wanting to talk about their desire for learning as well as their selected profession are asked for hosting an interactive workshop or be a part of our “Health Pros Tell All” career panel discussion which concludes each Discovery Day. Click your event of great interest within the above line-up for that appropriate forms with further particulars.
Instructors AND STUDENTS
- Schools must first be registered on the website via a contact teacher. You can do this anytime whenever your event of great interest continues to be put into the road-up above.
- Instructions for college students to join up themselves online will be e-mailed to make contact with instructors when student registration opens (roughly six days before event day).
- There's no registration cost. Lunch is supplied. Participants have the effect of their very own transportation back and forth from the host site in addition to any connected parking costs.
- To obtain began, click your website of great interest for relevant dates, registration limits and forms.
- If you are a interested student but aren't able to find an instructor to do something like a contact for the school, or you simply want to be certain your school is on the distribution list, please contact The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame 519-488-2003 or email cmhf [at] cdnmedhall.org. When departing messages please indicate your city, senior high school and event of great interest.
What We Should ARE Listening To This Program...
“Growing in rural Newfoundland there is no contact with the wide range of fields within healthcare and medicine. I noticeably recall the anatomy lab inside my first Discovery Trip to Memorial College. It had been amazing! It sparked my curiosity about a heath care career and brought me where I'm now. I'm so grateful which i was handed that chance.” Student, St. John's NL
"With respect to my class I must many thanks to find the best area trip I've ever been in! All of us had such a lot of fun and learned sooo much! We actually anticipate attending the coming year. Thanks for the work both you and your team place in to creating the big event happen." Teacher, Edmonton AB