PITCH (Program for Investigation and Training for Careers in Health)

Each summer, UCSF's Center for Educational Partnerships sponsors a free summer program for high school students in San Francisco School Unified School District.

PITCH is an opportunity for incoming high school juniors, particularly those who may be the first in their families to pursue a four-year college degree, to spend three weeks at UCSF, exploring careers in healthcare, science, and medicine, looking into the educational pathways that lead to different careers, and learning professional skills that will help them along the way.

PITCH students are mentored by current UCSF students in the Graduate Division, dental school, pharmacy school, medical school, and nursing school as they complete a group research project and receive one-on-one and small group academic advising from CEP counselors. 

PITCH 2014

Program Dates:
July 7-25, Monday-Friday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Applications & Deadlines:

  • 2014 PITCH Student Application
    (Note: Application has three separate sections that must be completed and submitted via mail)
  • Student application deadline: March 25, 2014

For more information on PITCH, contact Anthea Lim at anthea.lim@ucsf.edu.

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