Baptist Presents Black Men in White Coats Event for Students on April 1

Baptist Memorial Health Care is providing students with the opportunity to explore careers in medicine through Black Men in White Coats: Building Diverse Health Care Professionals. Middle school, high school and college students interested in working in health care as a professional or in a support role may register to attend this free event.

Black Men in White Coats gives participants “permission to be great.” It’s designed to inspire students interested in pursuing the many career options available in medicine or administrative support, from physicians, pharmacists, respiratory therapists and advanced practice practitioners to medical information technology, marketing, legal services and human resources.

This free, in-person event allows students to meet health care professionals, participate in live lab demonstrations and learn how to access resources in the community. Students will also learn more about job opportunities, mentoring programs and opportunities to work with community organizations to advance their health care careers.

Event Details

Saturday, April 1
8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Baptist Health Sciences University, 1003 Monroe Ave., Memphis, TN 38104

Free parking is available in the Dudley Street parking garage across the street on Monroe Ave.

The deadline to register is Thursday, March 23 at 6 p.m., but registration may close early based on limited space. Register now.

View a recap of Baptist’s 2018 Black Men in White Coats event. Learn more about BHSU HealthCORE opportunities.

Questions? Email Annmarie.Wallace@bmhcc.org , Abby.Brann@bmhcc.org or Lilian.Nyindodo@baptistu.edu.