The sounds of a gospel choir, Chilean and Cuban poetry, Korean drums and Native American chants filled Harkness Auditorium on Jan. 15 as students held a jamboree to raise money for minority youth in New Haven. The money will go to a scholarship fund for students who participate in the Health Professions Recruitment and Enrichment Program (HPREP), which ran from January to April. HPREP is a national program created by the Student National Medical Association (SNMA) to expose young people to career opportunities and encourage them to go to college. At Yale, medical students taught classes on Saturday mornings on topics ranging from domestic violence to career opportunities in the health professions. “What is unique about Yale is that students are committed to this type of activity,” said David LaBorde, a second-year medical student and vice president of the local chapter of the SNMA.