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Project L/Earn Graduate School Preparation
As members of one of the University's Graduate Education Preparation Programs, Project L/EARN interns attend graduate school application workshops and a GRE review course. The opportunity to participate in these workshops serves to maximize each intern's performance on the GRE, and enhance their graduate school applications.

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Through Project L/EARN, faculty mentors enhance the intern's education and development as young researchers, increasing their potential for success in graduate school and beyond. Through the mentor/intern relationship, the program fosters the educational and career aspirations of undergraduate interns, reinforcing their interest in health, health policy, and health services research, and providing them with useful research skills. Project L/EARN increases the number of well-trained graduate candidates from groups whose perspectives and input have been missing in health research.
L/Earn alumni have gone on to graduate school in psychology, public health, social work, nursing, medical sociology, medicine, health law, and a range of other health-related fields.

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