LEAD Program

The Leadership, Excellence, and Development (LEAD) Program is a one day event at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy. The LEAD program contains a high school and college student track and is an excellent opportunity for professional and leadership development. Program participants gain exposure to careers in the pharmaceutical sciences and learning how to be competitive in admission processes. There are opportunities to engage with students, faculty, pharmacists, and researchers from multiple practice settings.

The UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy offers a doctor of Pharmacy degree (PharmD), PharmD-MBA, PharmD- MPH, a MS in Health Systems Pharmacy, and a PhD in the Pharmaceutical Sciences.
D3S_6768SH4_7811-2lead_new_1Incoming First Year Professional Student Michael Chargualaf teaches proper blood pressure technique to LEAD program participants

Those admitted to the program will be exposed to and explore the phenomenal career opportunities available in pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences, meet and build relationships with leaders in the profession, and learn how to improve their performance on admissions tests and how to be a successful applicant through professional development and leadership activities.

lead_new_2LEAD program participants participating in interactive skin care product activity

Participants will engage in interactive classes and seminars and meet with faculty and students from one of the nation’s leading pharmacy schools. They will also meet with innovative clinicians and cutting edge researchers from a variety of pharmacy practice settings.

Bob Shrewsbury talks to LEAD program attendees about compounding

If you have any questions about the LEAD program, please contact Pharmacy_Recruitment@unc.edu.

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