PHYSASSIST SCRIBES INTERVIEWING NOW! We are looking to connect Pre-Health students to work side by side with Emergency Department physicians at multiple facilities in Tacoma and Centralia, WA.

We are looking for full-time and part-time scribes! Full-time scribes will work 4-5 shifts per week (up to 40 hours) and part-time scribes will work 2-3 shifts per week (up to 20 hours).

As Medical Scribes students get to: -Work side by side with physicians as they see patients -document the patient history; observe physical exams, procedures, and diagnostic tests -learn valuable Medical Terminology -Record X-ray and lab tests -Prepare plans for follow up care

Apply Today:josha.chitty Direct line: 817-507-0276 We look forward to receiving your complete application!

Job Opportunity: VET CLINIC

Maple Leaf Veterinary Care Center is hiring a part-time veterinary receptionist. They are looking for an eager individual who wants to gain experience in the veterinary field. Please contact: Hayley Palmer Hospital Manager Maple Leaf Veterinary Care Center 206.524.2020

The Naturopathic News


Director’s Update

JoAnn-Yanezsmallx150.jpgHappy summer! Hope you are all able to get out and enjoy the beauty that the summer sun brings us. I just enjoyed a sunset waterfront yoga class in my new neighborhood – National Harbor, MD. Being outside is a great way to recharge your internal battery – and after a cross-country move from the Midwest I know I was long overdue.

My move to the Metropolitan DC area means exciting new things for the AANMC.

Greater visibility of the AANMC:

· Ability to attend Washington DC area events that otherwise might not have been cost-effective or time sensitive for participation.

· Washington, DC attracts a diversity of health care and leadership conferences that we can now have a presence at.

· Being a part of the larger local educational community has already resulted in three invitations to colleges in the area to begin networking and promotion of naturopathic medical education.

· Ability to more readily promote and advocate for the U.S. AANMC legislative agenda.

· More accessibility to create relationships with key thought and industry leaders.

· An easier plane ride most places!

I am so excited for the move and happy to continue my work with students as they figure out their path in the ever-changing health care climate.

We are hosting a prospective student event at the AANP conference. Students can attend the conference for free and speak to representatives from accredited naturopathic medical colleges in North America. Register Here.

In Gratitude,

Dr. Jo, Executive Director Association of Accredited Naturopathic Medical Colleges

The DO – Online Newsletter

Please find the most recent e-newsletter, The DO, for all things osteopathic profession related. Especially important to highlight is the trending news of the single GME accreditation system, along with the OMS spotlight featuring a current medical student discussing international clinical rotations.

Best wishes,


Gina M. Moses, M.Ed.

Associate Director of Recruitment and Application Services

AAMC web site Aspiring Docs updates

We’re pleased to announce that four new Inspiring Stories have been added to the Aspiring Docs website:

· Clay Downey: Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, 2017
Clay had a business degree, no science prerequisites, and no experience in a health care setting, but he decided to pursue a career in medicine anyway.

· Carl Streed: Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 2013
As an openly gay med student, and now physician, Carl is an advocate for LGBT health at the national policy level.

· Eric Zuniga: UC Irvine School of Medicine, 2019
His father’s illness inspired Eric to leave his engineering career to pursue medicine.

· Ryan Gamlin: University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, 2018
After having a career on the business side of medicine, Ryan decided he wanted to become a doctor to make a real impact on people and communities.

We also have several new posts by medical student bloggers on Aspiring Docs Diaries. We’ve updated the blog with a fresh look and a better interface to better organize our growing library of posts.

As always, if you are interested in partnering with us on any new fact sheets or resources, or would like to suggest a student to participate in the blog or aspiringdocs.

Warmest regards,
Tami Levin

Janelle Peters

Janelle Korzeniowski Peters
Aspiring Docs & Social Media Specialist II

Association of

American Medical Colleges
655 K Street, N.W., Suite 100, Washington, D.C. 20001
T (202) 828-0569 F (202) 828-0659 E jpeters

Tomorrow’s Doctors, Tomorrow’s Cures®

NY Times story: “The D.O. is in Now”

We are pleased to share today’s article in the Education section of The New York Times with you and your aspiring pre-medical students. We hope you will share timely article this with your students and campus colleagues.

The D.O. Is In Now

Osteopathic Schools Turn Out Nearly a Third of All Med School Grads


As always, thank you for your support and interest in your pre-health students future careers in medicine!



Gina M. Moses, M.Ed.

Associate Director of Recruitment and Application Services

AMCAS Twitter Chat – Letters of Evaluation

Please encourage your students who are applying to medical school to join us for an #askAMCAS Twitter chat on Tuesday, July 29, from 3:00 – 4:00 pm ET.

We’ll be tweeting from @amcasinfo, answering any and all questions about Letters of Evaluation. Join the conversation by searching #askAMCAS and adding that hashtag to your tweets. You can still follow the discussion even if you do not have a Twitter account by visiting the AMCAS Twitter page at We hope to talk to you and your advisees on July 29!

Warm Regards, Katie Post Communications & Program Support Specialist, AMCAS Association of American Medical Colleges 655 K Street, N.W., Suite 100, Washington, D.C. 20001 T (202) 828-0458 E kpost<mailto:kpost

Internship Opportunities at HEYO/Lifelong AIDS Alliance

Internship Opportunities at HEYO/Lifelong AIDS Alliance PEER ADVOCATE INTERN (2x):

The Peer Advocate Internship is designed for a LGBTQ or Allied young adult who has experience working young gay/bi/trans* men, or young Men who have Sex with Men (MSM), regardless of sexual identity. Under close supervision and support the Peer Advocate Intern conducts outreach to young MSM in order to collect survey responses for a formative assessment project. The purpose of this assessment is to evaluate current knowledge, attitudes, beliefs and behaviors of young MSM in Seattle/King County in order to inform future programming and HIV/STI prevention efforts for at-risk populations. Outreach to the target population occurs in-person, at venues and events primarily frequented by young MSM, and online.

The Peer Advocate Intern benefits from the position by developing and learning marketable skills for future employment. The Peer Advocate Intern works with and reports directly to Lifelong’s Assistant Prevention Education Manager.

This position is a part-time, temporary, non-union position that does not extend beyond a total of 250 hours. The compensation is $12/hour. For more information or to apply, email Michael Barnes at michaelb<mailto:michaelb

WSU/PNWU (Yakima) Doctor of Pharmacy Program Open House

All students are welcome to attend the Open House on the Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences campus to celebrate the new partnership between WSU and PNWU, which will offer a Doctor of Pharmacy Degree on the PNWU campus. July 22nd , 3:30-5:30 pm, at PNWU in Yakima, WA. Please note that the Open House is for the Doctor of Pharmacy Program only. You will not be able to tour or visit other programs. For more information, please call 509-368-6675 or visit:

Herbal company job posting

Matthew & Madelyn Morris
Mickelberry Gardens, LLC
(503) 45-HONEY for orders & info
(503) 56-SWARM for beekeeping

Education and Outreach Coordinator Position, Seattle

Position begins ASAP.

Pay DOE.

The duration would be through November, and continuing into 2015 if it’s a good fit.

Approximately 36 hours per month.

We are looking for a self-motivated, friendly, outgoing, and knowledgeable person to join our team. The Education and Outreach Coordinator position does outreach in Seattle-area stores, talking with potential customers about our product line and boosting sales. The schedule is flexible, but requires some evening and weekend work. The ideal candidate will also have a car – reliable transportation is necessary to reach store destinations.

Essential Job Duties:
-Maintain a consistent schedule of in-store demos at Seattle-area Whole Foods
-Be knowledgeable about Mickelberry Gardens product line, and all of the herbal ingredients contained in them
-Provide samples to store shoppers and educate them about our products
-Be professional, friendly, and courteous to all store staff members.
-Submit demo report forms and complete some data entry after each demo

-Stay in close communication with Mickelberry Gardens owners about how things are going and what’s happening through weekly conference calls.

If you think you are the right person for this job,

Send a resume and letter of interest to mickelberrygardens .
No phone calls, please.
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