The Lloyd Sherman Scholars at The Center for Excellence in Youth Education of the Office for Diversity & Inclusion

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Manhattan


Oncology, Neuroscience, Cardiology, Nephrology, Cell Development, Regenerative Biology, Microbiology, Stem Cell Research, Genetics & Genomics


Summer Junior Year - Senior Year


Overview

The Lloyd Sherman Scholars program (The Program) is a gender-based biomedical science enrichment program that aims to foster the development of a scientist identity among a cohort of Black and Latino male students attending the Manhattan Center for Science and Mathematics. This program is administered by the Center for Excellence in Youth Education (CEYE), a unit within the Office for Diversity & Inclusion at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

The Program involves four components, beginning the summer before junior year of high school, and concluding at the end of senior year. These four components include, but are not limited to: preparatory courses in biotechnology, academic and enrichment sessions to prepare students for laboratory placements, a six week summer research lab placement, college and career readiness support and science competition submission support.

Benefits:
Free Metro cards
Stipends after completion of the program
$40 in lunch vouchers during year 1

LEARN MORE ABOUT LLOYD SHERMAN SCHOLARS

Eligibility Requirements


Must be a current 10th-grade male student enrolled at Manhattan Center for Science and Mathematics


Must meet or be near the the following GPA requirements: 85+ Cumulative average, 90+ Science average, 90+ Math average


Must identify as a male underrepresented minority (African American or Latino, Native American, or Alaskan American)


Application Requirements


The Lloyd Sherman Scholars program is conducted in partnership with the Manhattan Center for Science & Mathematics (MCSM) in East Harlem


Students must be currently attending MCSM in order to be eligible to participate


Questions?

For information not found on the websites, please feel free to reach out to the following contact:

kenya.townsend@mssm.edu


(212) 241 - 7655


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