The Pritzker School of Medicine Experience in Research (PSOMER) is an NIH-sponsored summer pipeline program held on the University of Chicago campus. Students apply from around the country to participate in a rigorous, mentored, and highly supportive experience, and are provided with on-campus housing as well as a generous stipend.

Chicago Academic Medicine Program (CAMP) 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 2017 and have been accepted into college in the fall of 2017.

The American Heart Association is seeking interns to support our Start Training Program and CycleNation in the East Bay. Candidates must be 18 years of age and pass a background check.

The Physicians Medical Forum (PMF) offers annual scholarships to African American medical students and residents who are in good standing at an accredited medical school or residency program.

Sinkler Miller Medical Association offers annual scholarships to high school, nursing, post-bac and medical students who are African American.

William Alexander Jackson Ross, Sr., M.D. was a prominent Orthopedic Surgeon in the Oakland/San Francisco Bay Area. He strongly believed in eliminating healthcare disparities among minorities and was a dedicated member of the Sinkler Miller Association. Dr. Ross passed away in 2007. In his honor and to continue his legacy, his family is funding this scholarship to assist residents who are in a surgery training program.