The Surgery track is a one-week program at UNC-Chapel Hill designed for 9th-12th grade students who are interested in medical careers in surgery.
Our proprietary curriculum helps high schools students understand what it takes to be a surgeon and exposes them to cutting-edge research, technology and training.Compare tracks >
We want students who complete Outset to get the maximum value possible out of the program. Every day is packed from start to finish with fun, learning, speakers, tours and more.See a typical day >
All our learning and coursework takes places in classrooms at UNC-Chapel Hill, North Carolina's leading public university.
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As part of your program, you will have the opportunity to tour Duke Medical School and UNC-Chapel Hill School of Medicine. You will hear from faculty and staff at both schools about the training, research opportunities, and what it takes to get in.
As part of the daily academic program, we bring in medical school faculty, active physicians, and lecturers from across the Southeast to discuss the education path of a surgeon and how your student can prepare.
The Outset program was developed by an experienced team of program experts focused on building a world-class summer program for students interested in medicine.