Roseman University of Health Sciences, College of Pharmacy has partnered with CVS Health to recruit, develop, and mentor Spanish-speaking students to enter the field of pharmacy with a desire to serve the Hispanic and Latino communities.

Benefits

  • Connect and network with mentors through CVS Health
  • Complete introductory pharmacy practice experiences (IPPEs) at CVS Health pharmacies with a predominate Spanish-speaking patient population
  • Eligible to receive scholarship funds
  • Eligible for a part-time, paid intern job with CVS Health
  • Receive medical Spanish certification course
  • Receive student affairs advising support
  • Receive membership to Movimiento Estudientil Roseman (MER), student organization that focuses on providing health screenings and education to the Hispanic and Latino communities in Southern Nevada and providing Spanish medical terminology workshops to health professional students
  • Serve, support, and elevate local Hispanic and Latino communities
  • Upon graduation and successful completion of the Spanish Pathway Program, work at a CVS Health pharmacy with a predominant Spanish-speaking population

Eligibility requirements for this program

To be considered for this program, the applicant must:

  • Have an interest in applying to Roseman University, College of Pharmacy
  • Have basic to moderate fluency in the Spanish language
  • Have an interest of pursuing a career in community pharmacy with CVS Health
  • Be willing to work in a Spanish-speaking predominant community

Application and selection process

Students interested in this program, should apply to the program here. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. Upon acceptance into Roseman University, College of Pharmacy, students meeting the necessary qualifications will be invited for an interview in the Fall.

Upcoming informational events

To learn about this program, please attend one of our upcoming events!

If you would like us to organize an event near you or if you have any questions, contact: Dr. Helen Park (hpark1@roseman.edu) and Dr. Susan Nguyen (snguyen4@roseman.edu)