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Career Development

Minority Nursing and Allied Health Scholarship Program

Seven four-year scholarships ($2,000 per year) are awarded to minority students pursuing degrees in nursing or allied health professions.

Applicants to the program must be:

  • Minority high school seniors from a greater New Haven area high school in the state of Connecticut who plan to enroll in a full-time course of study leading to a degree in Nursing or Allied Health, (Registered Nurse, Pharmacy, Medical Technology, Respiratory Therapy, X-ray Technology, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, or Nuclear Medicine Technology.)

More information and how to apply

School-to-Career Internship Program

YNHH provides internships for high school juniors and seniors attending Wilbur Cross, Hillhouse, Metropolitan and Career Regional high schools. The program consists of a 14-week session in the spring semester followed by a 5-week summer session. For more information, contact Cynthia Lowman, YNHHS Institute for Excellence, 203-688-1085.

John C. Daniels School Partnership

The partnership consists of two unique programs involving YNHHS employees and JCD students. The first is the mock trial, in which Yale New Haven’s Legal & Risk Services team members coach students on various aspects of a trial, culminating in The People vs. Paul Bunyan. The mock trial occurs in a real courtroom and is presided over by a state judge. The other program is the annual model rocket launch, during which students apply STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics) principles, and build, decorate and launch their own rockets.