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PBI - Pipeline to Careers in Healthcare

Upcoming Events

Pipeline to Careers in Healthcare is an academic pipeline program at Malcolm X College that promotes, prepares, and strengthens African American pre-college and college students. Due to the severe lack of representation of African-Americans in the medical field, the program’s ultimate goal is to solidify these students’ ability to matriculate into higher levels of education, and ultimately healthcare professions.


The Pre-College Health Science Scholars Summer Program

The Health Science Summer Program’s mission is to prepare Chicago African-American high school students for a career in health science.  The Health Science Summer Program is an intensive academic program intended for rising sophomores through seniors interested in pursuing a career in science.

Application Deadline: Friday, May 26th

The Black Male Institute Bi-Annual Conference
What is it?

A Black Male Conference for Chicago Public School Black Male students & black male City Colleges of Chicago students

Who do we target for the panel?
Prominent and young Black Males who have attained success through education, and “Game changers” who have defied insurmountable odds

If not us, then who?  Changing the narrative and Improving the lives of Black males is an important initiative for Malcolm X College, the city of Chicago, and the United States of America. In addition, Malcolm X College was awarded a grant in 2015 from The Department of Education around this effort.

Purpose of The Conference

  • A platform to promote and display prominent black male educational & life success
  • -An opportunity to influence, change, and redirect the black male message

The conference is open to Chicago Public School 7th through 12th grade students and school appointed chaperones.  School Buses and lunch are also provided!

Black Male Institute Conference 2016

The Science Is Cool Bi-Annual Conference
The Science is Cool Conference is an initiative of Malcolm X College’s Pipeline to Careers in Healthcare grant funded by the United States Department of Education. The conference is designed to promote and encourage African- American elementary students in the fields of Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) and understand that life as we know it, can be made better through the use of STEM.

The conference is open to Chicago Public School 5th through 8th grade students and school appointed chaperones.  School Buses and lunch are also provided!

Science Is Cool Conference Science Is Cool Conference 2016