Welcome to the Doctors of Tomorrow Program! 

Through our program, freshman students from Cass Technical High School are paired with first-year medical student mentors from the University of Michigan, and have the opportunity to engage in hands-on clinical experiences, collaborative community-health service projects, and activities focused on leadership development. 


Please CLICK HERE to fill out the 2016-2017 Doctors of Tomorrow Application!!

**Congratulations to our 2016 Doctors of Tomorrow on an EXCELLENT Capstone Presentation Program this year!** 

Watch a video Diop Russell made to discuss MyPlate as a part of her 2015 Summer Internship w/ the Henry Ford Health System Generation With Promise program!

Read Governor Snyder's letter to our 2015 Doctors of Tomorrow!

Our Mission

The Doctors of Tomorrow program inspires and prepares high school students from underrepresented communities to successfully pursue careers in healthcare in order to increase diversity among medical professionals. Through a longitudinal program of clinical immersion, academic preparation, and leadership development coupled with continued engagement and mentorship throughout high school and beyond, we strive to develop the necessary foundation for students to succeed academically and professionally. The program creates an educational experience where all participants are actively engaged in developing and promoting cultural awareness as we strive to reduce bias in the medical field and foster our students as agents of change in their communities.

In the News

UMMS Headlines (May 2016)

     UMHS Headlines (May 2016)

U of M Health Blogs (Feb 2015)  

Michigan Radio (Mar 2013)

The Ann Arbor News (Jan 2013)

The Michigan Daily (Jan 2013)

UMHS Headlines (Nov 2012)