The Turner-UCLA Allied Health Fellowship is a 14-week program designed for recent high school graduates of the greater Los Angeles area, who are interested in pursuing training for short-term allied health professions. To be eligible to participate, students must demonstrate financial and academic support services need and be an alumni of the Turner-UCLA Allied Health Internship Program or referred by our community partnered agencies.
This program is offered in partnership with the Turner family and UCLA Prehospital Care, and administered by the UCLA Community Engagement team at the David Geffen School of Medicine. Workforce development programs serve an important purpose of providing relevant career readiness trainings, connections to necessary social support and access to employment opportunities. The fellowship serves the essential role of ensuring motivated young professionals have access to the tools, resources and conditions necessary to succeed and thrive in a healthcare profession. As a participant in the fellowship, students will receive academic, financial and social support to become frontline medical providers. They will ultimately acquire the skills necessary to be effective in their roles and make meaningful contributions in fields that require immediate workforce attention.