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Undergraduate Ambassador Program

Have your classroom learn about the health sciences from future doctors! Our Undergraduate Ambassador program visits middle schools in rural and underserved areas of Utah, Montana, and Idaho during the Fall and Spring semester. Each program is created by undergraduate students from rural communities specifically aimed at health science topics and encouraging students to explore careers in this field. Students will learn with hands on activities and engaging presentations through either a virtual or in person lesson.If you are interested in having an Undergraduate Ambassador come and present at your school, we would love to hear from you. 

Please complete our interest form below and we will get back to you at our earliest convenience!

Rural Clerkship Box Program

RUUTE is launching a new program that applies to students who are going on Rural Family Medicine Clerkships. These rural clerkships can be in Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, or Montana. The program involves you taking ½ to 1 day of your clerkship to go to a rural elementary, middle, or high school in the community. You will take our RUUTE Clerkship Box that has a variety of activities in it from medical scenarios, suture kits, vital check lessons, and more to be a guest speaker in the classroom. This is something that you will work with a RUUTE team member with to organize and get approval for.  

Time commitment: 2 hour curriculum prep & 2 hour in a class at a local school

If you would like to speak further regarding the Little RUUTE Program, please complete the Interest Survey at the link below

To find more ways to donate towards rural medical student scholarships, please visit the University of Utah School of Medicine Alumni Association website.

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Please contact the RUUTE Team with any questions, concerns, or suggestions.