By 2035, we will help 1,000,000 students enter and complete a postsecondary education degree or career training certificate or licensure program, specifically to enter careers that provide a sense of purpose and meaning to their lives.
The Research Institute for College & Career Readiness advances innovative, scalable solutions to improve postsecondary outcomes for all students – especially among underserved populations and to enhance the performance of K-12 schools and districts with respect to preparing all students to be college and career ready.
The Medical Physician Preparation (MPP) Academy is designed to increase the number of high achieving students who are academically and mentally prepared with the social-emotional skills to: 1) complete medical school and 2) become licensed to practice medicine in a medical specialty that provides a sense of purpose and meaning to their lives.
The NAPCA Foundation has received several generous donations to establish the “Future Physician Pipeline Grant program. The FPPgrant program will support a select group of students to receive full tuition scholarships to participate in the Medical Physician Preparation (MPP) Academy’s Academic and Summer Intensive Programs.
The NAPCA Foundation and MPP Academy’s Office of DEI & Community Partnerships is excited to offer a grant opportunity to medical school Offices of DEI or a medical school student organization to plan and conduct a virtual or in-person ‘So You Want to Be a Medical Doctor?’ conference in the fall and spring semester.
Diversifying the Physician Workforce Grant Program
We are interested in supporting non-profit 501c3 organizations that are committed to increasing the diversity of the physician workforce. Grant funding will support early outreach medical school preparation pipeline programs across the nation that are committed to building a diverse pipeline of future medical doctors and scientists for the physician and healthcare workforce, as early as 4th grade, that is more representative of the U.S. population.