Groups of Pritzker students regularly visit area health clinics and local schools to teach local residents how to stay healthy and prevent diabetes and obesity by promoting physical activity and healthy eating. Pritzker students also teach school children about substance abuse and sex education.

Medical students participating in the Adolescent Substance Abuse Program bring actual organs into the classrooms of 5th-8th graders to showcase the dangerous effects of commonly abused drugs. Meanwhile, the HIV Intervention and Prevention Corps provides culturally sensitive presentations about the dangers of HIV and AIDS to middle-schoolers. Other seminars sponsored by medical students and physicians-in-training include talks on diabetes management and screening, and sexual education.