RAPID Illinois
Resources And Programs for Increasing Diversity in Health Professions

This inventory contains programs for all education levels. Choose one below to see programs accepting participants with each level of education and training.

This inventory is made possible through generous support from the Otho S.A. Sprague Memorial Institute.

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Elementary and Middle School Students

9 programs

STEM programs for middle schoolers to support interest in sciences in health professions.

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High School Students

43 programs

Programs for high schoolers might include competitions and other extracurriculars.

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College Students

40 programs

Including all two- and four-year undergraduate programs.

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Post-Baccalaureate Students

26 programs

Including post-baccalaureate programs

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Graduate and Professional Students

16 programs

Master's programs, PhDs, Post-docs, and medical students and residents.

User Guide

How to use this program inventory

This inventory contains information about programs that support exploring and preparing for careers in all types of health professions. Each program listing in this inventory contains details about who the program is for, program location and timing, how to apply, and the cost and financial support. Most listings also provide a link to learn more about the program, or to contact a coordinator.

On This Page

Programs are grouped by the education level of the participants they accept. Click on any education level to see programs.

Using the Inventory

In the Program Inventory, programs can be searched and filtered by a number of criteria, such as:

  • Education level
  • Health professions
  • Location
  • Cost
  • Financial assistance

You can also search directly for programs by their name. Click on any program to view details.

Submitting a New Program

Use the Submit a program button at the bottom-left of any page to add a new program to the directory.

Providing Feedback

We are always improving this site based on your feedback, and are happy to answer any questions you may have. Use the Ask a question button at the bottom-right of any page to get in touch.

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