Health Professions Mentorship Program | College of Science

Health Professions Mentorship Program

Program Mission

To equip pre-health freshmen with an academic, professional, and personal foundation that will promote success both in college and a career in healthcare.

Program Details

Throughout the academic year, mentors will help freshmen mentees grow personally, professionally, and academically, in addition to developing core competencies that make a successful future healthcare professional.

We are looking for mentors who will take the initiative in organizing meetings and cultivating creative opportunities for the group to engage in. They will serve as the leaders that the health professions team relies on to keep the program running strong.

2022-23 Health Professions Mentors

Below you will find a list of our current Health Professions Mentors for the 2022-23 academic year. To get the pre-health student perspective at UNT, please feel free to contact Kaylee, Stephan, and Christian any time!

Kaylee Bragg

Kaylee Bragg
Pre-Medical, 3+4 Pathway Program Applicant

Kaylee was born and raised in Denton, TX, and graduated as valedictorian from John H. Guyer High School. She is pursuing a BA in Biology with a minor in Chemistry; she hopes to attend medical school and become either a trauma or cardiothoracic surgeon. This summer, she applied to TCOM through the 3+4 pathway offered by UNT. In her free time, you will find her at the ice rink since she competes at the international level or serving her community through her position as President of UNT Rotaract.

Stephan Rene

Stephan Rene

Stephan was born and raised in Plano, Texas. He is currently an undergraduate pursuing a major in Biology with a minor in Chemistry. He's an avid sports lover who is a huge Los Angeles Chargers fan and participates in sports at UNT. Stephan aspires to focus on Oncology as a specialty in medical school.

Christian Youssef

Christian Youssef

As a current pre-dental student, Christian is constantly working towards his goal of becoming a dentist that serves his community. He is a member of the UNT Pre-Dental Society, Medically Dedicated Students Association, American Chemical Society, and Health Occupation Students of Association. In his free time, you can find him constantly involved with his church at bible study and as a Sunday school servant. Lastly, he loves carving soap/fruit, fishing with his father and little brother, cooking, and playing a lot of basketball.

Mentor Eligibility

If you would like to become one of our Health Professions Mentors, you must meet the following requirements:

  • 3.5 Overall GPA
  • 3.5 Math/Science GPA (this includes courses with the following pre-fixes: BIOL, BIOC, CHEM, MATH, and PHYS courses).
  • Applying to a Health Professional School within 24 months
  • Must have a B or better in all Biology and Chemistry coursework at the time of application
  • Must have completed at least 30 hours of UNT course credit at the time of application
  • Will be enrolled at UNT during the time of mentorship

For more information on the Health Professions Mentor Program, please e-mail

How to Apply

Mentor Application

Please click HERE to fill out an application to become a Health Professions Mentor. All applications must be submitted by March 1, 2022 in order to be considered for the 2022-23 academic year. After March 1, we will review all applications and select candidates for an interview. After all interviews have been completed, we will determine our team of mentors.

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