Hinkson Holloway Mentorship Program
Supporting Black men to pursue and excel in medical careers.
Philadelphia students: interested in joining the Hinkson Holloway Mentorship Program?
We are currently accepting applications for our 2023-2024 cohort.
The deadline for applications has been extended to March 31, 2023.
The Hinkson Hollow Mentorship Program is a scholarship program for Black men in the Philadelphia Area who are enrolled or going to enroll in a Philadelphia University/College and intend on pursuing Medicine as their career choice.
This program is meant to push students through academics, service, and leadership to support these young men in navigating the challenging journey to Medicine. The facilitators of this program will provide mentorship and advising with academic issues, including tutoring, career development, and college/career preparation in a safe, positive, affirming space.
Hinkson Holloway Mentorship Program in Photos
In order to be eligible for the Hinkson Holloway Mentorship Program, candidates must meet the following requirements:
- Must be a high school senior/incoming college freshman
- Future enrollment/current enrollment in bachelor's degree program at a college or university in Philadelphia
- Minimum high school GPA of 3.0
- Interest in pursuing a career in medicine
All interested candidates must submit the following materials:
- Date of Birth
- Current Address
- Intended Major
- Expected Graduation Date
Responses to the following essay questions:
- If you could choose any Black man from history to sit down and talk with, what would your conversation be?
- The realm of medicine and healthcare is profound, with many possibilities. What are your goals as you look to your future and career?
- What barriers as a Black man have tried to keep you from succeeding?
- Current resume or CV
- Official high school transcripts
The program consists of monthly sessions.
Scholarship • Service • Leadership
- To give young Black men the confidence to navigate professional and academics careers in healthcare.
- To train and mentor young Black men in topics including healthcare, politics, humanities, arts, and social sciences.
- To push young Black men into choosing to study topics that will lead them to healthcare professions.
- To inspire young Black men to be leaders in their communities and continue to push other Black men and women into healthcare and STEM.
Health and Safety Notice regarding the COVID-19 pandemic
Depending on local, state, and federal health recommendations, the program will either be held virtually or in person at The College of Physicians of Philadelphia (19 South 22nd Street). The Center for Education will make all necessary precautions to provide adequate social distancing for any in-person activities. Transit passes to and from any in-person events will be supplied by The Center for Education.
Contact Program Coordinator Dennis Mashindi at .