Benjamin Lipp, Karl Mueller and Shiza Syed from Loveland High School selected for Cincinnati high school medical program

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Karl Mueller, Ben Lipps and Shiza Syed

TAP MD designed to help exceptionally talented high school students ‘tap’ into their potential to fulfill careers in medicine

 

G09-400-Bush-Re-Shea-160x600Loveland, Oh. – Three Loveland High School (LHS) students have been accepted into the 2015 TAP MD program. LHS juniors Benjamin Lipp, Karl Mueller and Shiza Syed will join the program designed to help exceptionally talented high school students “tap” into their potential to fulfill careers in medicine.

Currently in its fifth year, over 100 students have graduated from the annual program, each attending monthly observation events with physicians in Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky and Southeast Indiana.

To enter this career exploring program, students must be strong academically (29 ACT and/or 1300 SAT), motivated, mature, dependable and have a positive attitude.

The program has an ultimate goal that over 50 percent of participating students will pursue a career in medicine at the completion of the program.

 

 

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