DACA/Undocumented student Health Career Opportunity Program (DUHOP)

To address equity in the healthcare workforce, Metropolitan State University of Denver’s Health Institute is hosting a DACA/Undocumented student Health careers Opportunity Program (DUHOP) that provides scholarships and stipends, training in cultural responsiveness and emerging health issues, mentoring with a health care professional, and proactive advising to undocumented undergraduate students that are interested in health careers.

Supplemental Questions
  1. Health Career Personal Data
    • 01. Where did you grow up (City, County and State)?
    • 02. What are your pronouns?
    • 03. Do you plan to work while going to school? If yes, how many hours per week?
    • 04. Is English your first Language?
    • 05. If English is not your first language, what is your first language
    • 06. Race (check all that apply):
    • 07. Ethnicity (check all that apply):
    • 08. Please provide more information about how you describe your ethnicity (for example, country of origin or native nation)
  2. DACA & Undocumented Student Health Career Opportunity Program
    • 01. What are your top three health career interests?
    • 02. According to the World Health Organization, "health equity" implies that ideally everyone should have a fair opportunity to attain their full health potential and no one should be disadvantaged from achieving this potential." Describe a health inequity you are interested in learning more about. Briefly explain why it is important to you.
    • 03. What personal attribute are you most proud of and how does it make you an ideal candidate for this program?
    • 04. What is the greatest barrier or obstacle to achieving your goals? How can this progam help you navigate said barrier or obstacle?
  3. Are you currently enrolled in any of the following Individualized Degree Programs?
  4. What is your legal citizenship status?