SSJP is offered to 90 high school students from our eight partnering schools. Students that are accepted are interested inpursuing a science, medical, research, or health career. Students in the program are ambitious, mature, focused and want to learn!
Students don't have to get straight A's in their classes in order to be accepted to SSJP, but they do need to take their academic success very seriously. Being an SSJP student is a big commitment. If a student is involved in sports, school committees and clubs or community activities, he/she might not have enough time to commit to SSJP. Students who apply to the program are encouraged to be realistic about their schedule, academic workload and current activity involvement.
Sophomore and Juniors who attend the following high schools are eligible to apply for SSJP:
Boston Latin Academy,
Community Academy of Science and Health,
Edward M. Kennedy Academy for Health Careers,
Fenway High School,
John D. O'Bryant School of Math and Science,
Madison Park Technical and Vocational High School,
New Mission High School,
Urban Science Academy
Applications for the 2014-2015 academic year will be available to the PIC Career Specialists at our partnering schools by the first week of September 2014. We will begin recruiting new students for the 2014-2015 school year this fall. If you have any questions about the application process, please contact the PIC Career Specialist at our partnering schools. Their names are below:
Fenway: Ms. Carter;
New Mission-Ms. Beatty;
Madison Park-Ms. Guitty;