The 2020 application form can be retrieved below in PDF or MS Word format:
An individual’s financial situation should not prevent a student from applying to the program; limited scholarships available (Details for applying are available on the application).
Do I Qualify?
- Currently completing your junior year of high school
- Minimum composite score of 22 on the ACT
- High school grades in line with ACT scores
- Desire to learn about a career in health or science
- Mississippi resident
- Application due date is March 27, 2020
Application Deadline Extended to April 10, 2020
Download the Word document - Application2020.docx
Download the PDF - Application2020.pdf
Please email application to Program Directors Ann Sansing firstname.lastname@example.org and Jasmine Harris-Speight email@example.com.
Issue retrieving ACT scores and transcripts from your school?
Since most schools are closed until late April, please email contact information below regarding your school counselor. Please email contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our staff can reach out to this person for a transcript and ACT Scores.
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