Pharmacy is an exciting and rewarding career path. As accessible and trusted healthcare professionals, pharmacists occupy a special place in the community and the broader healthcare system. As in many other health professions, people from Black and Indigenous communities are often underrepresented as professional pharmacists. PharmPath has been created for high school students from diverse backgrounds who want to explore and better understand career opportunities in pharmacy.


Why do people become pharmacists? 

In this video series, pharmacy students and professionals break down their careers and share what led them to pursue pharmacy as a profession.

Community Pharmacy: Virtual Scenarios   

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Are you interested in becoming a pharmacist but want to learn more about what pharmacists do? The Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy has created three virtual case-based scenarios that can help you experience what it is like to practice as a community pharmacist.

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PharmPath: An Experiential Journey through the Profession of Pharmacy

Saturday, March 16, 2024
9:30 am – 4:00 pm

Join us for an immersive learning experience for high school students interested in learning more about the profession of pharmacy in various settings. Students will be presented with authentic practice experiences and provided with engaging activities where to learn more about the profession and the many opportunities for professional growth.