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Skills Workshops

This program is for post-baccalaureates, college and community college students, high school seniors, juniors and sophomores (particularly Black/African-American, Hispanic/LatinX and American Indian/Alaska Native Students) & provides information and guidance in areas such as the application process for college and medical/graduate/professional schools, interviewing skills, financial planning, resume writing, and internship opportunities. A discussion about Affirmative Action Ruling and Admissions is added to the program this year.  Special session for parents and caregivers will be available.  An internship fair with BSCP partner organizations, companies, and institutions will close the program.

2023 Program Highlight: A special discussion on the affirmative action ruling and admissions.


Jonathan Abraham, M.D., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Microbiology
Harvard Medical School
Associate Physician in Infectious Diseases
Brigham & Women’s Hospital
Former BSCP Student and Hope Scholar

Workshop Topics:
Application Process for Medical/Dental School

Application Process for Graduate School
Application Process for Health Professional School
Tips for Resume, Cover Letter, and Interviewing Skills
Internships and Summer Opportunities Panel
Community College Pathways
Finances and Your Education
Student Panel

See the full event agenda.

View the Skills Workshops video archive.


For more information please contact:
Pinar Kilicci-Kret
Program Manager
Biomedical Sciences Careers Program

Hollie Borek DeSilva
Executive Director
Biomedical Science Careers Program

This program is co-sponsored by Harvard Medical School Office for Diversity Inclusion and Community Partnership and the Biomedical Science Careers Program (BSCP).

Learn more about The Skills Workshop.