Summer Opportunity at Oregon Health and Science University

College Internship Opportunity:

Interested in research, medicine, or dentistry? The Center for Diversity & Inclusion offers the Summer Equity Research Program an exciting paid internship for undergraduate students interested in dentistry, medicine or research to spend eight to ten weeks during the summer working with faculty and graduate students in a research and clinical setting.

The OHSU Equity Summer Research, Dental and Medicine Internship Program offers: * An exciting opportunity to spend 8 to 10 weeks working with faculty and graduate students in a research setting, learning new skills, and gaining hands-on experience. * Weekly seminars and meetings with fellow students and faculty to discuss ongoing research. * An opportunity to present a poster presentation of your summer research project. * Ongoing, personal mentoring about your individual career pathway from OHSU faculty . * Clinical rotation. * A paid stipend during the program. * Free Housing.

Application Deadline March 22, 2012

Click here to download the Equity Internship application

OHSU Career Conference:

The OHSU Multicultural Health, Science & Engineering Career Conference, one of the largest multicultural conferences in Portland, Oregon for disadvantaged and underrepresented student populations, will be held on Friday, February 22, 2013, from 8:00am – 4:00pm at Oregon Health & Sciences University. The purpose of the yearly conference is to support high school and college students interested in entering the health, science and engineering professions.

Conference Overview

Keynote Speaker

OHSU Admission teams’ presentations

Lunch, Networking, and Information/Internship Fair

OHSU Student Panel

Tours/Clinical experience/Simulation lab

Click here to register for the career conference

High School Internship Opportunity:

The Continuing Umbrella of Research Experience (CURE) program is a 8 to 10 week paid research internship where you will be matched with a cancer specific researcher over the summer.

This internship includes weekly scientific seminars and lab meetings that will help you gain real world research experience that will help you differentiate yourself from other students entering college and create contacts that will help you navigate the medical research field.

High School Students have the opportunity to:

* Spend 8 to 10 weeks working with faculty and graduate students in a research setting, learning new skills, and gaining hands-on experience. * Weekly seminars and meetings with fellow students and faculty to discuss ongoing research. * An opportunity to present a poster presentation of your summer research project. * Ongoing, personal mentoring about your individual career pathway from OHSU faculty . * A paid stipend during the program.

Application deadline April 5, 2013.

Click here to download the CURE Internship application

For questions, please contact Ebony Lawrence at lawreneb

For more information and details please visit our website www.ohsu.edu/diversity

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