JUMP and URM Students
Johns Hopkins Underrepresented* in Medicine Program (JUMP)
JUMP is a collaborative program whose mission is to promote the success of students from underrepresented populations (URM) that are interested in pursuing careers in medicine and other health professions. This mission is accomplished by providing JUMP participants with academic support, mentoring, community building, career exploration and leadership opportunities throughout their first year at Johns Hopkins. Critical JUMP partners include the Office of Multicultural Affairs, Pre-Professional Programs and Advising, the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Office for Student Diversity and Student National Medical Association at the School of Medicine.
*Underrepresented populations refer to ethnic and racial minorities, as well as first-generation and low-income college students of any race.
To learn all about JUMP, visit the Office of Multicultural Affairs JUMP website.
- Summer Health Professions Education Program (SHPEP)
- The NERA MedPrep Program (NYC and NJ residents)
- PDF Document: JHU JUMP Handout of Summer Opportunities for Minority Students
- PDF Document: Tufts Univ. Handout of Summer Opportunities for Minority Students
- Swarthmore College Health Sciences Office Summer Opportunities
- RIT Summer Programs/Co-ops Page
JUMP on the Web
The following are websites associated with JUMP: