What is the Emory Academy Program?

What is the National HCOP Academy?

 The National Health Careers Opportunity Program (HCOP) at Emory prepares students for successful entry into the healthcare field. Program activities may include academic support, mentoring, college and career preparation, service learning, and/or health professions exposure. Student accepted into the program become HCOP Ambassadors and are eligible to receive scholarship or stipend support. The Academy services high school Ambassadors through the Emory Pipeline Collaborative (EPiC) Program. Other Ambassadors include allied health and health profession students. The Academy is a collaborative partnership between Emory University, Atlanta Public Schools, Atlanta Metropolitan State College, the SPCC Atlanta Area Health Education Center, and the Urban Health Initiative.

 If you have TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES with this application, or your require more information about the National HCOP Academy at Emory, please contact program administrators at hcopacademy@emory.edu.

The National HCOP Academy at Emory is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the Health and Human Services (HHS) under grant number D18HP32120-02-00.