Use your passion and skills to serve the underprivileged
Are you passionate about giving back to your community or helping people on a global scale? Whether working with non-profits or in private practice, there are many opportunities to promote community health and provide healing to the medically underserved.
Naturopaths Without Borders (NWB) was founded at SCNM in 2004, and since then it has expanded throughout the United States and Canada. This non-profit organization and active student club provides much-needed care to underserved communities throughout the world, with primary focus in Mexico and Haiti. Through NWB and similar organizations, you can make lasting impact both locally and globally while going to school and after you graduate.
Students can choose to be dually enrolled in SCNM’s ND program and the University of Arizona’s Masters in Public Health program. You will find that both programs share similar goals, ultimately allowing you to make a profound impact on communities by improving patients’ overall health. Whether you choose to work in a clinical setting with specific population groups, conduct research, or work in health administration or policy advocacy, you will discover a rewarding career path as a leader in public health.
Several of our graduates have chosen to provide affordable naturopathic medical care to low-income patients in their own communities, proving that quality healthcare is not just for the privileged few. These compassionate NDs have opened clinics that are thriving in more ways than one.