PTECH at Dunbar High School Healthcare Industry Mentor

Volunteer Opportunity

PTECH at Dunbar High School Healthcare Industry Mentor 

We are currently looking for volunteer who is employed in a healthcare-related career from a corporate partner site to serve as a mentor for high school students. The mentor’s primary role is to serve as a resource to the student by sharing insights and providing general career advice about the workplace, careers and education, giving the student the ability to practice communication skills, assisting the student in developing professional skills, reinforcing the connection between academic learning and professional skills, and providing opportunities for workplace exposure and workplace skill building. 

About the Pathways in Technology Early College High 

The University of Maryland Baltimore, along with Kaiser Permanente and Johns Hopkins Institutions has entered into a partnership with Baltimore City Public Schools and Baltimore City Community College to form a P-TECH (Pathways in Technology Early College High) school, a six-year high school program, featuring integrated high school and college coursework, leading to an industry-recognized, post-secondary degree in a healthcare field (Physical Therapy, Nursing, Health Information Technology, Respiratory Care) for all students. Students are also first in line for employment at partner sites. Each student is also partnered with a health-care industry mentor to support them through their professional development, and provide opportunities for workplace exposure. 


Starting Thursday, April 27, 2017

8:00 a.m.


Paul Laurence Dunbar High School

1400 Orleans St, Baltimore, MD 21231

Volunteers Needed 300

 Alexia Smith