What you need to know about the program, the science and how to get started
The program is part of the NIH’s Pathways program and aims to provide young people with access to high-quality clinical care in underserved communities.
It also aims to create the pathway for them to graduate to college and work in the workforce.
The goal of the program is to provide a pathway to a career in the sciences and technology and ultimately help people get back into the workforce and live the American Dream, said Dr. David J. Kornreich, program director.
“It’s an important program, but we’re also working on some really ambitious and ambitious goals that we can’t wait to get going,” Kornrich said.
The program is being run by the NIH and its partners, including the National Institutes of Health and the Carnegie Mellon University School of Medicine.
It’s being developed by the Pathways Coordinating Committee, a collaboration between the NIH, the Carnegie-Mellon and the Universities of Chicago and Rochester.
The Pathways committee will be reviewing applications from students and community groups to be selected to participate in the program.
The committee will also work with universities to make sure the program meets its goals.
The goal is to enroll 1,000 students who are eligible to participate and meet the program’s goals by the end of this year.
The selection process will include a peer evaluation process, interviews with applicants and the selection of students, according to a statement.
“The Pathway is an incredibly powerful tool that is able to help students achieve their academic goals, build a strong community, and pursue careers in science and technology,” said Michael H. Wessels, chairman of the Pathway committee.
“The Pathwork program is an incredible success story for the NIH in terms of bringing in young people to join our research efforts and be a part of advancing science and human health.”
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