The Women's Health Research Institute created the Women’s Health Science Program (WHSP) for High School Girls & Beyond to provide science education programs to females from underserved communities. WHSP targets young women who are considering careers in science and medicine and prepares them with valuable knowledge and skills to successfully become the next generation of women science leaders. 

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  • Learn and apply science processing skills through hands-on laboratory and clinical activities
  • Explore and prepare to successfully enter into academic programs and careers in science and medicine
  • Develop relationships with students and professionals throughout the science pipeline
  • Be empowered with women’s health knowledge that they can share with peers, families, and communities

WHSP provides academic, personal, and social support during a time period when students make important decisions about their future educational and career trajectories. High school students with a wide range of academic abilities and science interests are encouraged to apply to WHSP. To make a deep, lasting impact on students’ lives, WHSP is committed to providing multiple learning opportunities over a significant period of time. 100% of WHSP alumnae go onto college, and 82.5% are pursuing major in the fields of science and medicine.  The WHSP program was recognized for its accomplishments in 2010 with The Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Mentoring


Unfortunately, due to the coronavirus/Coivd-19 pandemic and out of concern for the health and well-being of our students, the 2020 Women's Health Science Program has been cancelled. 

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