Students from 10 Brooklyn high schools bolster STEM ambitions, learn about health care

This was made possible through a partnership with SUNY Downstate Health University and the Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health.

Phil Taitt and Adolfo Carrion

Oct 12, 2023, 12:53 AM

Updated 220 days ago

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Students from 10 different high schools across Brooklyn got the opportunity to strengthen their knowledge in science, technology, engineering and math while learning about health care. 
This was made possible through a partnership with SUNY Downstate Health University and the Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health, who held the Health Science Academy for 110 lucky students.  
After learning virtually for the past two years, these high schoolers were working virtually, but are now getting a hands-on head start on their future.  
The program has served over 2,300 students since its inception. 


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