Youth Programs

Students working together during the Hour of Code

The Center for Education and Public Initiatives at the College of Physicians of Philadelphia offers a diverse array of youth-oriented educational programs in the fields of medicine, public health, and science. You can lean more about our programs by clicking the links below.

 

Karabots Fellows solving puzzles in the Room Escape Game "Dr. Mutter's Secret Specimen"KARABOTS JUNIOR FELLOWS PROGRAM

The Karabots Junior Fellows Program is a 3-year program aimed at Philadelphia high school students interested in careers in healthcare. The program seeks to foster interest in the healthcare field through hands-on learning and interaction with real professionals. Our dedicated instructors seek to provide a safe, friendly, and engaging environment for students to obtain a unique STEM education and prepare for their futures. (More info)

 

 

 

Students in the Teva Program pose with Thierry and Florence Momplaisir

TEVA PHARMACEUTICALS INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

The Teva Pharmaceuticals Internship Program is aimed at intellectually-curious Philadelphia High School students who have been directly affected by violence.  Through a variety of educational programs, these students explore the impact of violence upon themselves and their communities, while improving their understanding of science and technology. (More info)

 

 

 

 

 

Students exploring the Mütter Museum exhibitions.

SCHOOL PROGRAMS AT THE MÜTTER MUSEUM

The College of Physicians of Philadelphia offers school group tours of the Mütter Museum as well as a variety of classes for students of all ages and intellectual levels. These classes cover such topics as sexual health, Civil War medicine, human body systems, botanical health, and many more! (More info)