San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
A Conversation with Red McCombs
He has owned over 55 car dealerships, the professional sports teams San Antonio Spurs, Denver Nuggets, the Minnesota Vikings, and helped bring Formula One to Austin. He co-founded Clear Channel Communications, served in the U.S. Army, has repeatedly made the Forbes 400 list. Join us as Robert Rivard moderates an exclusive evening with Red McCombs, one of San Antonio’s, and America’s, most successful, influential, and respected leaders, for a candid discussion on the traits of a great leader, and the skills for overcoming obstacles.
Thanks to our generous sponsors, this event is now a free admission event. Ticket is required. Register at: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=4311959597546&set=a.3826363457946.2146342.1243562811&type=1&theater
When & Where
The Mexican American/Hispanic Physicians Association (MAHPA), founded in 1983 as an IRS 501(c)(3) non profit organization, focuses on empowering underprivileged students to pursue and complete a graduate education in medicine or other health-careered degree. MedPrep, its resident high school program, includes a 60% clinical/health and 40% professinal/personal development curriculum.
The Mexican American Hispanic Physicians Association* (MAHPA) is
committed to assisting and empowering students, underrepresented in the
health professions, to pursue medical and healthcare careers.
By encouraging students to enter health professions, we strive to
improve the delivery of health care services to the medically underserved.
MedPrep is a tuition-free, 10-month course designed to introduce, encourage, foster and mentor high school students to a profession in a medicine or health related field. The program tracks student academic performance, influences grade improvement, and reduces drop out risks of at-risk kids through consistent, year round interaction with our physicians and community partners. Students continued participation is contingent upon maintaining passing grades in all their class subjects as well as in the program.
The syllabus consists of 60% medical/clinical and 40% supplementary courses that develop technical, personal, financial, and community responsibility, and includes off site field trips and tours to further enrich an already well rounded syllabus. MedPrep’s graduating seniors are eligible to apply for MAHPA scholarships.
MAHPA is committed to the principle of equal opportunity, and further encourages people of any gender, color, race, ethnicity, and national origin to apply for, including but not limited to, admission, or access to its programs. www.mahpa-sa.com