Below are lists of educational and research opportunities for underrepresented in medicine students at Mass General and Harvard Medical School.
High School Students
MGH Youth Scholars Program. MGH program for students in high school in Boston, Chelsea and Revere aimed to increase their awareness and interest in science and medicine.
Health Professions Recruitment and Exposure Program (HPREP) Student run group at Harvard Medical School led by graduate and medical student that runs for 10 weeks on Saturdays from November to February to increase exposure and establish mentoring to underrepresented in science/medicine high school students.
Project Success for High School Students- Harvard Medical School program which provides paid and mentored 8 week summer research internships for high school students in Cambridge and Boston at HMS and its affiliate institutions.
Summer Honors Undergraduate Research Program- Summer research program for underrepresented in medicine college students through the Division of Medical Sciences at Harvard Medical School and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Harvard.
Summer Research Trainee Program Summer research program at MGH for underrepresented in medicine college students.
HHMI Exceptional Research Opportunities Program (EXROP) at Harvard Medical School Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) summer research program at Harvard Medical School for underrepresented in medicine undergraduates.
Visiting Research Internship Program Mentored summer research program at Harvard Medical School for underrepresented in medicine first and second year medical students interested in clinical/translational research.
Visiting Clerkship Program One month clinical rotation at Harvard Medical School for underrepresented in medicine medical students in their 4th year of medical school. Stipend provided to cover costs of travel and housing.
Summer Research Trainee Program Summer research program at MGH for underrepresented in medicine medical students.
Funding Opportunities for Medical Students
For additional resources, please visit the Harvard Medical School Office for Diversity, Inclusion and Community Partnership