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    Posted: Jan 26 2016 at 11:46am
MEHARRY MEDICAL COLLEGE - HBCU in Nashville, TN

The Medical Enrichment and SAT Preparation Program is a six-week summer enrichment program for African-American students who have completed the 10th grade. Participants are selected by committee and must demonstrate an interest in a career in medicine or biological sciences. In addition to experience in ongoing research and clinical exposure, students undergo an intense preparatory course for the SAT, with the goal of qualifying/competitive scores for Meharry's BS/MD program at two partnership institutions, Fisk University and Tennessee State University. Students also receive training and instruction on academic and library skills, computer literacy, African-American health problems, cultural competency, college field trips, and a College Fair.
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list with plenty of research opportunities for pre-med, phd/md , pre-health - not all have been update for 2016, though:

https://gs.columbia.edu/premed-summer-programs
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Northeast Regional Alliance (NERA) MedPrep Program
The NERA MedPrep Program provides underrepresented students with the opportunity to develop key skills and competencies important to success at medical school. Students will receive science classes and MCAT prep, as well as clinical exposure from a medical professional. The participating schools are Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, and Icahn School of Medicine. The program takes place over three summers.


Eligibility

To be eligible for the NERA MedPrep Program, an applicant must
  • be a resident of one of the 5 (five) boroughs of New York City, Long Island or Westchester county or a resident of New Jersey and a U.S. Citizen or U.S. Permanent Resident.  This is a non-residential program.  (Please keep in mind the classes will start as early as 8:00 am.)
  • be a college freshman or sophomore
  • be in good academic standing
  • have completed college chemistry (I, II or both) and English composition (I, II or both) (only New Jersey residents)
Applications MUST be received by  March 1, 2016.
All programs run a full day.  If you are taking credit courses, working or have demands that would require you to miss class, we suggest that you not submit an application.

to apply: http://www.neramedprep.org/apply.html
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Illinois College of Optometry: Focus on Your Future
The Illinois College of Optometry Focus on Your Future program exposes underrepresented, minority undergraduate students to the profession of optometry in a variety of settings. Participants will have the opportunity to meet and work with current optometry students, ICO Faculty & Staff, and practicing optometrists. The program lasts one week and includes housing.

Eligibility

FoYF is open to underrepresented minorities who are currently enrolled in an undergraduate program either in their first, second, or third year. We also accept applications for students who are enrolled in a community college, post-baccalaureate, or graduate program.

There is no cost to participate in this program. Participants are only responsible for their travel expenses and/or transportation to and from ICO. Participants are housed at no charge in ICO’s Residential Complex.

Application

For the 2016 session, we are accepting applications Dec. 14, 2015 – April 1, 2016. Applicants will be notified of acceptance in early May.

The program takes place in mid-July. Final 2016 dates will be announced in the Fall.

http://www.ico.edu/admissions/recruitment-events/

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if you have been unsuccessful in being accepted to a med school....


UCLA  Re-Application Program (UCLA RAP)

The David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA is offering a comprehensive, structured re-application program designed to assist students from disadvantaged backgrounds who have been unsuccessful in gaining admission to any U.S. medical school.  The 11-month program will be conducted in two sessions.

The program begins with an intensive eight-week summer session, focused upon prerequisite science review and on MCAT preparation.  Distinguished guest lecturers will also provide seminars and workshops discussing: academic skills; extensive and lively reviews of biology, chemistry, and physics; self development, time management; financial planning; medical school re-application, and interviewing skills.

An individualized academic-year program that consists of a science curriculum will follow. Participants, in close consultation with program advisors, will select their courses through UCLA Extension or a local California State University. Medical school re-application preparation and strategies will be conducted individually.   Mock interviews will be conducted and videotaped for participant evaluation and feedback.  During the academic-year segment, students will meet regularly with program advisors and mentors.

Student Eligibility

Students are eligible for UCLA RAP if they -meet all of the following prerequisites:

  • Previously unsuccessful in gaining admission to any U.S medical school
  • Be committed to practice in an underserved community
  • Come from an educationally and/or economically disadvantaged background
  • Undergraduate degree from an accredited U.S college or university
  • Have a minimum science GPA of 2.7 or higher
  • For students who took the MCAT 2012-2014 or later, have a minimum combined score of 20
  • For students who took the MCAT 2015, have a minimum combined score of 491
  • Submit three (3) Letters of Recommendation
  • Applicants must be a legal resident of California or provide documentation of approved eligibility of approved eligibility for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) in the State of California.

Application Process

Finalist will be granted an interview and notified of their acceptance. We will begin accepting new applications January 4th 2016 for the next application cycle 2016-2017.
The David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA Re-Application Program is a participant with the consortium of the University of California medical schools postbac programs online application service.

to apply: https://postbac.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/
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UCLA - Premedical Enrichment Program (UCLA PREP)

UCLA PREP is a seven-week program designed to provide premedical and predental students from disadvantaged backgrounds with a means of strengthening their ability and readiness to study medicine or dentistry. As a result of full participation in UCLA PREP, participants should have enhanced their chances of being accepted to medical or dental school and succeeding once there.

STUDENT ELIGIBILITY

Students are eligible for UCLA PREP as long as they have not previously applied to medical and/or dental school. We accept community college, out-of-state and post-baccalaureate students. Applicants must meet all of the following criteria:

  • Come from an educationally or economically disadvantaged background.
  • Applicants must be a U.S citizen or hold a permanent resident visa, or documentation of approved eligibility for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) in the State of California
  • Minimum 2.5 science GPA for freshmen and sophomores
  • Minimum 2.8 science GPA for juniors and seniors
  • One year of biology or chemistry completed by the beginning of the program
  • Two (2) letters of recommendation, one from a science professor and one from a counselor/premedical advisor or employer/internship recommending participation in the PREP program
  • Demonstrated interest in addressing issues affecting underserved populations in healthcare.
  • Compelling personal statement
to apply and more info: http://education.medschool.ucla.edu/body.cfm?id=202
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University of Chicago Pipeline Programs

Overview

Chicago Academic Medicine Program (CAMP II) is a six-week commuter program for undergraduate students who have completed the freshman or sophomore year in college, or who are graduating from high school in the spring of 2016 and have been accepted into college in the fall of 2016. The program seeks students who come from disadvantaged backgrounds and/or who represent groups that are known to be underrepresented in health related sciences and medicine. CAMP II helps students build the knowledge base and academic skills necessary for success in a premedical program.

Taught in a mini-medical school format, the CAMP II program features:

  • Group learning and team building projects
  • Interactive lectures with University of Chicago faculty
  • Clinical shadowing opportunities with physician mentors
  • Engagement in service with local community organizations
  • Pre-medical advising and mentoring

Program Dates

  • Electronic Application Deadline: Friday, January 29, 2016
  • Transcript Deadline: Monday, February 15, 2016
  • Program Dates: Monday, June 27, 2016-Friday, August 5, 2016

Program Contact

Program Information

  • Location:  Chicago, IL (Hyde Park campus)
  • When to attend: Following freshman or sophomore year of college, or the summer following your high school graduation.
  • Prerequisites: Prior participation in a pre-medical training or science research program is a pre-requisite for this program.
  • Academic credit: Not provided.
  • Daily transportation: Participants are expected to provide own transportation to campus Monday-Friday for duration of the program.
  • Health Insurance: Not provided. Students must submit proof of health insurance for participation.

We are now accepting applications for our summer 2016 programs. To apply click here.

A completed application includes the following:

  • Submitted and completed online application.
  • Letters of evaluation are required to be sent directly from the writers on organization letterhead. You are required to submit two letters of evaluation from individuals familiar with your interest in medicine or clinical research.
  • Official transcripts from your undergraduate or high school institutions. Preference for undergraduate transcripts if available. Official transcripts must be sent directly by your college, university or high school and must be received no later than Monday, February 15, 2016.
  • You may mail official transcripts to the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine-Office of Multicultural Affairs, 924 East 57th Street, Suite 104, Chicago, IL 60637. You can also have electronic versions of your official transcripts sent to us at PSM-Multicultural@bsd.uchicago.edu.
  • Participants in CAMP II will need to reside locally in Chicago during the program. Housing is not provided. As a result, you must disclose your local address and contacts within your completed application.
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Thanks hun!

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the link for the scholarships changed... here's the current one. or just google david geffen medical school scholarships

http://geffenscholarship.medschool.ucla.edu/
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