Minority Medical Education Program

The Foundation's Summer Medical and Dental Education Program was designed to develop and implement a six-week academic enrichment program for undergraduate college students from minority groups, from rural areas, and from economically disadvantaged backgrounds who are interested in pursuing careers in medicine or dentistry.This grant provides Phase II renewal support for the Minority Medical Education Program at Case Western Reserve School of Medicine. The purpose of this project is to increase minority student acceptance rates into medical schools. The minority students eligible to participate in this program are from those population groups that are underrepresented in American medicine: blacks, Mexican-Americans, Native Americans, and mainland Puerto Ricans. The grantee will enroll 125 students per year in a special summer education program, which will include academic enrichment, a structured laboratory experience, MCAT preparation, and counseling.

Grant Details

Amount Awarded $399,950.00

Awarded on: 4/18/1991

Time frame: 9/1/1991 - 8/31/1993

Grant Number: 18030


Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

10900 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, 44106-4915


David P. Stevens
Project Director