NCCPNCCPNCCPMini Medical Field Trip to the Field Museum on  1/15/24

As part of NCCP's collaboration with the Rosalind Franklin University (RFU), the Mini Medical students from NMSA and AJK were given the opportunity to visit the Field Museum in Chicago with RFU medical students. Around 15 Mini Medical students participated in the trip, where they explored various exhibits related to the human body, art, and industry. They also watched immersive videos and learned about carbon footprinting. The Mini Medical School program aims to provide students with insight into the hows and whys of becoming a doctor.

Saturday Enrichment Program 1/20/22

NCCP has recently launched the third session of its Saturday Program. Last Saturday, the program was hosted at NMSA for middle school students. The program had 64 students attend! Program is hosted in the gym where basketball and soccer took place, and in the cafeteria where we had enrichment activities such as bracelet making and build-your-own snack kits. NCCP is hosting Saturday Program again this upcoming Saturday, January 27th. To enroll, please see Ms. Amy, NCCP Program Manager at NMSA.

Mini Medical School In-Person Session: The Heart and CPR, 1/20/24

Select AJK and NMSA students are part of the Rosalind Franklin Mini Medical Program. This program allows students to explore their path toward becoming a doctor. Recently, they had an in-person session at Neal Math and Science Academy where they learned about the heart and CPR. During the session, the students were taught about the functions of the heart, pulse, heart rate, and how to perform CPR. They then concluded the session by discussing nutrition, particularly sodium and sodium content in foods.