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 way 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
Medical Assistant: A medical assistant's main focus is to support the work of other physicians as well as other healthcare professions and is one of the fastest-growing jobs in America....Read more
Changes are Coming: Being Afro-Latinx in Medicine
My name is Frederick Grady and I am a first-generation Afro-Latinx medical student in my third year of medical school. If I sat here and wrote a piece stating that my journey to medicine has been easy, I’d be lying. As the first in my family to attend medical school, it feels like the world is on my shoulders and I have no wiggle room to mess up.Read more