Dr. Morar’s Mentorship Program
Another goal for LPS Health in the USA and in India is to create a network for a healthcare mentorship especially for students who are interested in pursuing a career in healthcare. Whether there is an interest in going to medical school or another area in healthcare, we aim to educate any student who wishes to learn more about different careers in healthcare. There are over 10 different careers in the healthcare field in which students of any academic capacity can earn over $100,000 per year in salary. Unfortunately, high school counselors and college counselors may not be giving any of this advice to our students and young adults. Additionally, as many of our students in our community are going abroad to different countries such as South America or Africa to gain experience in rural healthcare by participating in healthcare camps, there’s an opportunity to provide an experience in our own region. Thus our mission includes creating a healthcare camp in India within our own community, working with the local hospitals, so that future doctors and healthcare providers can experience rural healthcare in India firsthand while also exploring and enjoying their own heritage and culture. Lastly, our goal with LPS Health in the USA is to recruit other like-minded leaders within healthcare and outside of healthcare who would have an interest in promoting these goals.
Our second outreach program will be focused on creating educational funds for poor students in India interested in pursuing careers in healthcare. This will be accomplished by way of using donated funds to pay for schooling and will involve an interactive Student to Donor Program called, “The Mera Student Program”. The goal of this program will be to connect donors to students directly so that donors get to know the students they are supporting and get a first-hand understanding how much impact their donated monies are having. Also, this program allows for complete transparency with respect to the donor always knowing how their donated monies are being used. Most importantly, the program is designed to foster human bonding between those wanting to help and those in need while bridging different worlds for both participants in the most meaningful manner possible.