Summer Enrichment Programs
The Apprenticeship in Medicine (AIM) program provides carefully selected high school students from diverse backgrounds the opportunity to stimulate their interest in careers in medicine, biomedical research-and allied health. AIM emphasizes academic preparation, achievement and career awareness.Learn more
The Research Opportunity for Academic Development in Science (ROADS) is a program designed to provide high school students with a meaningful experience in a research laboratory setting and to stimulate their career interest in science, medicine and biomedical research.Learn more
The Diversity Summer Health-Related Research Education Program (DSHREP) is a competitive program designed to provide research opportunities for undergraduate students from backgrounds that are historically underrepresented in biomedical science, including individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds, underrepresented cultural and ethnic groups, and individuals with disabilities.Learn more
Support AIM and ROADS Summer Programs
Gifts to the summer programs allow highly-qualified students the opportunity to participate and thrive in a program that can prepare them for their future career goals. Philanthropic support ensures access for future students and enhancements to their experience. The summer programs are funded through private donations. For questions, please contact the Office of Development at (414) 955-4700.