Medical Physician Preparation (MPP) Academy

A Division of the NAPCA Foundation

Empowering students with the tools and mindsets to define their life’s purpose/career path, break through their barriers, and take ownership of their future college and career aspirations.

MPP Academy Goal 2035

Our big goal is to increase the diversity among doctors who are underrepresented in the physician workforce from the current rate of 11% to 20% by 2035. We are committed to building a pipeline of future medical students, as early as 4th grade, that is more representative of the U.S. population.

Contribute to a Culture of Health and
Diversity in Health Care

Help High Achieving Students with Financial Need Become Better Prepared
to Thrive in Medical School and Beyond.

You have the power to completely change a student’s life.

Your gift will help more high-achieving students become better prepared to thrive in Medical School and beyond.

We invite you to cover a portion of the cost or sponsor the total cost for at least one high-achieving student with financial need to attend NAPCA’s Medical Physician Preparation Program.

Whatever you donate will go directly to our scholarship fund to help over 5000 students with financial need attend our academic enrichment, college readiness, and career exploration and planning programs.


NAPCA Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation.
Donations to NAPCA are tax-deductible. Tax ID #81-3012564.









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  • Your thoughtful gift plays an important role in providing financial assistance to helping more high achieving students with financial need get to and through college. All gifts are tax-deductible.
  • Your support will help students explore and experience different career paths to help them learn about future academic and career possibilities and make connections with professionals from different career fields to get a taste of what a future career might be like. 
  • This will also help students have a better idea of what they want to study in college and start participating in internships or volunteering their time now to experience their future career path. 
  • Students may find that they actually don’t like a certain career, and it’s better to learn this now, than when they are already in college and have spent a lot of time and money on an academic major or career training program that they no longer want to pursue.

For More Information, Contact Our Office of Charitable Giving.

If you have questions or would like to discuss giving options, please contact:

Carin Jones, MBA

Phone: (800) 799-4640 ext. 801