We understand that being a Latinx en Medicina can get expensive. Books, prep courses, private tutoring, and applications can create a huge financial burden. This is why with every purchase that is made a portion of the proceeds will be allocated to creating scholarships.
Meet the founder: Leslie Gonzalez
First gen Latinx en Medicina. Using my voice to empower and uplift those who aspire to have a career in medicine.
A portion of the proceeds will go towards creating scholarships.
Blog & Resources
How To Apply To U.S. Residency Programs As An Applicant From An International Medical School
Applying to residency as a U.S. medical school graduate is confusing already. If you’re an applicant from a foreign/international medical school, things get even more tricky with additional steps, costs,...Read more
Ten Years in the Making: One Latina's Journey to Nursing
My name is Maria Dominguez and I’m currently working on a dual major in an accelerated BSN program and liberal arts. I was born in Mexico City and came to America at the age of three to live the “American Dream.”Read more
Dr. Damaris Raymondi
My name is Dr. Damaris Raymondi and I'm an optometrist. I grew up in Queens and both of my parents are Peruvian. My parents came to New York in the early 1980's. Like most stories of new arrivals, they had a cousin here and lived in his basement in the beginning for a few months. A few years later, I came along. My childhood was magical. We did ate everything, did everything, it seemed nothing was impossible. But then in 2006, my dad suffered from a mild stroke.Read more