MSI AHEC Scholars Program

Connecting students to careers, professionals to communities and communities to better health

MSI AHEC is a member of the NYSAHEC System and the National AHEC Organization (NAO):

Programs and Internships

Manhattan Staten Island AHEC helps to promote minority interest in the health-care professions.

We celebrate and honor those in the community that are forwarding the cause of diversity in the health profession.
  • Connect to Provider Trainings
  • Engage with Community Outreach
  • Participate in Education Projects

MSI and Partners

Connecting Students to careers, Professionals to communities, and Communities to better health.

NYC Scholar – Athlete Summit

Science and Health Professions with Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai

STEM Goes Red

Empowering high school girls to pursue STEM careers, and become driving forces for health in their communities

3rd Annual Black Health Matters Summit

The 3rd Black Health Matters Summit will be held on March 2,2019 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm at The Riverside Church
Admission is FREE

Save the Date! Second Annual College Fair

Saturday, March 16th at the Denny Farrell Riverbank State Park | Featuring special guest Dr. Bob Lee

National Medical Fellowship Scholarship Application

NMF is still accepting applications for several of its programs and scholarships. Each award below is for medical students enrolled in an accredited program for the 2018-2019 year. See the list below to review the awards and...

Summer Health Professions Education Program (SHPEP)

 Program Information Location: New York, NY Website: http://ps.columbia.edu/education/student-life/office-diversity/programs/college-and-post-baccalaureate-students/SHPEP Start/End Dates: June 15-July 27, 2018 Academic Credit: No  Overview SHPEP at Columbia University...
MSI AHEC is part of a statewide system which provides health career exploration and addresses disparities in the health professions.

With the support of our partners, MSI AHEC offers a diverse menu of programming to reach students from underserved communities.