White, Asian students barred from applying for Pfizer fellowship

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Students across the United States will soon be able to apply for a fellowship position at biopharmaceutical giant Pfizer.

According to Pfizer, the Breakthrough Fellowship Program was set up to “advance students and early career colleagues of Black/African American, Latino/Hispanic and Native American descent with a goal of developing 100 fellows by 2025.”

The program is touted by Pfizer as one of the company’s “bold moves” to “create a workplace for all,” however it notably bars white and Asian students from taking part.

Successful applicants will take part in an 10-week summer internship, two years of full-time employment after obtaining their bachelors degree, as well as a fully paid scholarship to complete a 2-year MBA, MPH, or MS Statistics program, including an internship component.

On top of all this, they will be given the opportunity to return to Pfizer upon graduation.

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