Resource Subject Area: Health Sciences


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Green Conservation Group


A student run club that “Promote(s) ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY on campus at NEIU, through education and community involvement. To get like-minded people to join us, bring their concerns and empower them to create meaningful change in the name of our environment.

Resource Types: Student Association
Participating Institutions: Northeastern Illinois University
Career Levels: Graduate, Undergraduate
Subject Area: Environmental, Health Sciences


UIC HCOE Medicinal Scholars »


The Medicina Scholars program is designed to introduce undergraduate Latino scholars to the medical profession. The three-year curriculum gives Latino undergraduate a strong basis to succeed and become competitive applicants for admissions to medical school.

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Resource Types: Education Program
Participating Institutions: University of Illinois at Chicago
Career Levels: Undergraduate
Subject Area: Health Sciences

Contact Name: Juan Mosqueda

Eligibility Criteria: Undergraduate Latino Student
Program Duration: 3 Years
Students Funded: 30 Students Selected
Application Due Date: Wednesday, July 5, 2023


UIC Latino Health Science Enrichment Program (LAHSEP) »


The Latino Health Science Enrichment Program(LaHSEP) is a 6-week summer academic enrichment program open to High School students and incoming UIC freshman from the Chicagoland and neighboring suburbs. The overall goal of this program is to offer Latino students a holistic approach to their educational development through a three track process that develops and prepares participants in specific areas (ACT, Research, or transition to UIC).

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Resource Types: Education Program
Participating Institutions: University of Illinois at Chicago
Career Levels: High School
Subject Area: Health Sciences

Contact Name: Juan Mosqueda

Eligibility Criteria: Latino High School Student
Program Duration: Summer, 6 weeks


UIC Medicina Academy Apprentice Program (MAAP) »


The Medicina Academy Apprentice Program is a highly engaging 4-year pre-medical apprentice program that works in partnership with Chicago area high schools to provide pathways for Latino students to prepare for professions in the medical field.

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Resource Types: Education Program
Participating Institutions: University of Illinois at Chicago
Career Levels: High School
Subject Area: Health Sciences

Contact Name: Juan Mosqueda

Program Duration: 4 Years
Application Due Date: Tuesday, December 5, 2023


UIC Summer Research Opportunities Program »


The goal of SROP is to introduce domestic underrepresented sophomores and juniors to academic research experiences. Student participants work one-on-one with a faculty mentor giving them an opportunity to experience research and the graduate student experience. The University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) launched its SROP in 1986, with a total of six minority undergraduate students.

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Resource Types: Development Opportunities, Training Program
Participating Institutions: University of Illinois at Chicago
Career Levels: Undergraduate
Subject Area: Health Sciences

Contact Name: Allen Bryson

Eligibility Criteria: Sophmore and Junior Undergraduate Students from underrepresented ethnic/minority groups who have a 2.75 or higher grade point average
Program Duration: Full Time over the Summer
Application Due Date: Sunday, February 5, 2023


Youth Health Sciences Service Corps »


The Youth Health Service Corps recruit and train a corp of high school and grammer school volunteers prepared to respond to emergencies in conjunction with city, state and federal agencies.

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Resource Types: Education Program
Participating Institutions: University of Illinois at Chicago, University of Illinois at Chicago - Cancer Center
Career Levels: Grammar School, High School
Subject Area: Health Sciences

Contact Name: Yazmin San Miguel

Eligibility Criteria: Chicago High School and Grammar School Student
Program Duration: School Year