Hope to Health Hero

Transforming Healthcare Education

Transforming Healthcare Education

With your support, we can create new educational models and programs, recruit the best faculty, and make an MCW education accessible to more students. An investment in medical and graduate education not only builds the next generation of healthcare providers—it’s an investment in the future health of our communities.
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Driving Health Innovation

Our priorities: 

  • Boosting student scholarships and support programs for learners at MCW and Froedtert Hospital
  • Innovating in health sciences education

How we get there:

  • Endowed scholarship funds to ensure students, including those who are underrepresented in medicine, have access to medical and health sciences education, now and into the future
  • Recruitment and retention of the best faculty and staff to guide the healthcare workforce of tomorrow
  • Program support for our innovative health sciences education and training programs

Becoming a physician and helping to positively impact the lives of my future patients has been a dream of mine for as long as I can remember, and I am thankful every day that I have the opportunity to attend a such an amazing school…I truly thank you for having a part in making that more possible for students like me through your gift.

Jordanne Ford, Class of 2022, scholarship recipient

Stories of Hope

Everyone’s journey starts with hope. Together, we’re inspiring the next generation of scientists and medical professionals to make the new discoveries and provide the outstanding clinical care we need now and into the future.

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Miracle Powell's Story

From the time she was in high school, Miracle Powell has spent several summers conducting biomedical research and learning about clinical medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin.

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Brittany Rupp's Story

When Brittany Rupp, a first-year student at the Medical College of Wisconsin-Green Bay, arrived on campus, she had no idea that within a year, she’d have a hand in a few miracles–literally.

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