From public health fairs to student mentorship, digital anatomy stations to scribe & medical assistant training, we have helped inspire the next generation of talent to pursue a career in medicine.
In partnership with AHEC SW Oregon and Aviva Health, the ReConnect Gap-year Fellowship program helps prospective students gain medical assistant and scribe training and experience. So far, 100% of the ReConnect Fellows have gone on to be accepted by medical or PA schools!
Willamette University's Exercise and Health Science Department's outreach program with local and regional high school students helps inspire the next generation of leaders to pursue a healthcare career. OMEF funded the installation of a digital anatomic dissection station that has transformed the way classes are taught and removed barriers to learning.
OMEF partnered with OHSU School of Medicine's Dr. Megan Furnari to deliver a peer-to-peer tutoring and 1:1 wellness support for 2nd Year students preparing for their Step 1 exams. Uptake and pass rates exceeded expectations!
Current funding priorities include programs that have a strong public health education focus and/or reach prospective MD, DO or PA students (especially those from underrepresented in medicine backgrounds, underserved rural or urban populations, undergraduate pre-med/health majors and/or middle- and high-school students) and encourage them to pursue a career in healthcare.
A complete application will include:
If your proposal meets our current goals, we will contact you for an interview. We welcome your questions at any time: Julie Davidson, Executive Director – firstname.lastname@example.org | 503-619-8129
Grant applications that can demonstrate a positive and measurable impact for healthcare/medical education in Oregon are accepted anytime during the calendar year for funding decisions in April, July or October. Funds are limited so we encourage you to plan ahead and apply early.
Funding is limited and regretfully we receive more requests than we are able to fund. With few exceptions, recent grants have not exceeded $5,000.