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RISE for Youth Application

PlanScape Impact(s): Children & Youth ; Diversity and Inclusion ; Education ; Mentoring ; STEM
Public Pinned Featured Report on RISE for Youth led by Mayo Clinic
Last modified: April 11, 2022

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Summary


 

(1) Call to be a RISE for youth mentor; (2) Need Students to Apply - RISE for Youth Program -March 1st Application Deadline

 

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Becoming a Mentor

 

Call to Becoming a RISE for Youth mentor!

 

 

 

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 Mentor Application Form

 

 

 

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2022-02-11 NAACP

 

Call to Action Message

 

 

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Rise for Youth Program Flyer

 

 

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Message from RPS  2022-01-27

 

Need Students to Apply - RISE for Youth Program -March 1st Application Deadline

 The application process is open and closes March 1st so we need students to quickly apply!

 At a high level, the RISE for Youth program is designed to help Black and underrepresented students transform themselves from youth with potential to competitive and empowered talent entering the workforce. The program aims to create new pathways for success by providing students with critical educational and leadership skills, training and long-term mentoring for successful careers in health care, science and beyond. 

 

RISE Up is a four-week program that provides employment preparation for post-secondary education students. RISE High is a four-week program that engages high school juniors and seniors in a pre-college readiness program designed to enhance opportunities for post-secondary education and entry into the workforce.  Students will receive a $960 stipend to cover the cost of not working so they can more fully participate. The Rochester Branch of the NAACP along with a consortium of our trusted community partners such as Diversity Council and others will help in the selection of students into the program. 

 

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Infographic

 

Application LINK   

 

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Related Reports


 

 

 

Pinned Mayo Clinic organization and project reports


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Project Report of Mayo Clinic Health Disparities Research : September 27, 2017 : Mayo Clinic Health Disparities Research Lecture by Dr. David Williams

Dr. David Williams in his Keynote Address at the Mayo Research 2017 Annual Health Equity retreat.



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