Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is a service learning program.
Bosque School students gain real-life medical experience and advance their experiential learning by providing medical care to the Bosque School community. They also have served on the front lines of COVID-19 vaccine administration through their involvement in the program.
MRC is a student-created and student-led organization through which students ages 16+ become first responders. Under the supervision of the school nurse and a physician medical director, students provide emergency medical care to injured and sick students and staff at Bosque School. They also contribute to public health initiatives and deploy to FEMA disaster relief sites.
MRC students complete 100 hours of training at Bosque School and three college-level courses at Central New Mexico Community College in addition to managing their academic coursework.