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
Becoming a Translator for the Community: Luis Cabrera
My name is Luis Cabrera and I am currently a second-year medical student at the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine. I received a Bachelor of Science degree in Molecular and Cell Biology from the California State University, Northridge.Read more
Blurb On Being Latino In Medicine
My dad and abuelito have always humbled me. They're always astounded by the fact that people like us, with Latinx immigrant roots, have been able to make it to my position.Read more
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