Scrubs, Gloves & Microscopes
Scrubs, Gloves, & Microscopes (SGM) is series of "hands-on" health careers exploration sessions for high school students currently in grades 9 - 12. An SGM session gives you the opportunity to briefly experience life in a health profession, or health professional program. Each session is approx 3-4 hours in length. During each SGM session, you may:
- Learn from professional school students and professionals in the field,
- Participate in a hands-on experience,
- Discover important next steps for pursing the featured career!
The full schedule of SGM sessions is found on the SGM Registration Page. Students may sign up for 3 sessions (max) each academic year. These sessions take place on the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities campus. Please make sure to read through all the information found on the registration page, as well as our SGM FAQ page, before completing your registration.
Register now for one of the 2015-2016 SGM sessions by clicking on the link above! Full program schedule and descriptions found on the SGM registration site, along with the SGM Waiver which is required for a complete registration. If you have been a part of our SGM programs in the past, please note that the SGM registration process has changed this year and has moved fully online. We hope this makes the process cleaner and easier for everyone!
If you have any questions about the SGM program, session content, program logistics, etc. - please contact Laura Fyfe in the Health Careers Center at 612-624-0903 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions or issues with the registration process, please contact the staff at the U of M Tickets & Events office at 612-625-2345 or email@example.com.
Past Scrubs, Gloves & Microscopes
See some photos from past SGM events on our Health Careers Center Facebook page.
The SGM Application opens in the Fall
The SGM Application will be live after Sept 8, 2015. The application process will be changing to a fully online system for the 2015-2016 season. More details to come.
We encourage families to read the Frequently Asked Questions page before completing your application.
Please contact the HCC with any questions at 612-624-6767 or HCC@umn.edu.