Pipeline Initiatives

Our pipeline programs

CUNY Med is committed to fostering inclusion and diversity.

The CUNY School of Medicine offers two pipeline programs, a one year program for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors (HPREP) and a two year program for rising high school juniors (HPMP). 

We are proud to invest in the future generation of healthcare professionals by collaborating with local high schools to help inspire, prepare, and involve students from diverse backgrounds. We aspire to encourage these students to pursue a career in the field of medicine by providing mentorship and guidance to enrich their academic experiences.


Health Professions Recruitment & Exposure Program (HPREP)

The HPREP Program at CUNY Med is a high school enrichment program designed to recruit high school students from the community, especially those from underserved and underrepresented neighborhoods, into science and medicine.

Health Professions Mentorship Program (HPMP)

The HPMP Program is for rising high school juniors considering a career in the health field. Careers in medicine, such as nursing, physician assistant, occupational therapy, public health, and research are achievable with a college degree.

Want to make a difference?

Please support CUNY School of Medicine in its quest to expand capacity and enhance healthcare access within medically underserved communities.

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