We are inviting any undergraduate or post-baccalaureate student interested in a career in occupational therapy or applying to our Master of Occupational Therapy program to an Applicant Information Session! Please help spread the word…
University of Washington – Seattle
Magnuson Health Sciences Center/UW Medical Center
Room CC 902
Friday, April 7th, 2017
2:30 – 3:30 PM
Charu Gupta, MA
Division of Occupational Therapy
1959 NE Pacific Street
Seattle, WA 98195-6490
Date: Saturday, April 8th
Time: 8:00 am to 3:30 pm
For prospective students, pre-med clubs, incoming students, and pre-med advisers:
7:00 am Check-in for Run for Your Life 5k (Butler-Haney Hall)
8:00 am Run For Your Life 5k
Open House check-in (Butler-Haney Hall foyer)
PNWU Community Health Fair (Butler-Haney Hall foyer)
10:00 am Open House opening session (Butler-Haney Hall Temple Auditorium)
11:00 am Breakout session 1
Noon Lunch break
12:30 pm Breakout session 2
1:30 pm Breakout session 3
2:30 pm Breakout session 4
Breakout sessions being offered this year:
1. Financial Aid (paying for medical school)
2. A day in the life of a medical student
3. Benefits of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine/OMM demonstration
4. PNWU application strategies
5. Campus tour
6. Making the transition to Yakima/supporting your medical student
7. Mind the Gap (the academic transition to medical school)
8. Medical Simulation (medical decision making through teamwork in the SIM lab)
Food options will be provided from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm on campus for a fee.
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My name is Brianna Sweeney and I am a current student at Shoreline. I’m also a lead aide and yoga teacher at Experience Momentum, a wellness center in Lynnwood that offers therapy, fitness, and nutrition.
We have a wonderful volunteer program in our physical therapy department and are currently looking for Spring volunteers. Our volunteer program lasts 10 weeks (one quarter) and consists of one 3-4 hour shift per week that includes one-on-one time directly with a patient/therapist and some facility maintenance.
If you’d like more information about our program, see the link below and don’t hesitate to ask!
I am writing regarding a possible Volunteer opportunity for Shoreline Community College students seeking out the pharmacy profession. Currently, we have a few volunteer positions open in the Outpatient Pharmacy here at Seattle Children’s Hospital. A Washington State Pharmacy Assistant license is required along with an application process through our volunteer office. You can contact me with any questions. Thank you for your time and energy.
Teriann Dellanno, PhT
Outpatient Pharmacy Volunteer Supervisor
OFFICE 4800 Sand Point Wa NE, Seattle, WA 98105
MAIL M/S OB.6.402, PO Box 5371, Seattle, WA 98145-5005
Connect with us online:
The 11th Annual I-DOC (Improving Diversity in Optometric Careers) program will take place on the campus of The Ohio State University from July 10 – 12, 2017. We welcome applications from your students through our April 1 deadline. I-DOC is an intensive three-day residential program that introduces participants to the profession of optometry. The purpose of I-DOC is to attract ethnically underrepresented minority undergraduate college students to careers in optometry. Thirty spots are available for the program this summer with financial assistance covering all meals, on-campus housing, activities, and airfare for those travelling to Columbus up to $500.
Application information, eligibility, and more information can be found at www.optometry.osu.edu/idoc
Pacific Northwest University of the Health Sciences, Osteopathic Medical School will have its annual open house on Saturday April 8. This is a great opportunity to explore osteopathic medicine and this particular school. Yakima is about 2.5 hours’ drive from Seattle.
Here’s the link to all of the info and to the registration link.
Michael C Riggin
Asst. Director, Student Recruitment/Admissions Counselor
Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences
111 University Parkway, Suite 202 Yakima, WA 98901
Direct: 509.249.7740 Main: 509.452.5100 Fax: 509.249.7907 Cell: 509.833.3701
PNWU is a drug-free workplace, equal opportunity employer and educational institution.
Are you interested in a career as a doctor of physical therapy? The University of Washington Pre Physical Therapy club is hosting a meeting open to all students from the greater Seattle area on Wednesday, March 8th at 6:30 PM in Thomson Hall, Room 202. Guest speaker Debra Dickerson, an admissions representative from Eastern Washington University’s physical therapy program, will be joining us to share her insights on the application process and how to be successful. Don’t miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity!
If you would like to attend, please send an RSVP to preptclub by Friday, March 3rd. You may direct any questions about the meeting here as well. A map of the University of Washington campus can be found at http://www.washington.edu/maps/.
As promised, below are the important changes you need to know about the VMCAS 2018 Personal Essay Prompts:
1. The existing personal statement for veterinary medicine has been retired
2. Three new questions will be implemented for this cycle, each requiring 1,000 characters each.
3. The prompts are as follows:
a. There are many career choices within the veterinary profession. What are your future career goals and why?
b. In what ways do veterinarians contribute to society and what do you hope to contribute?
c. Considering the breadth of society we serve as veterinarians today; what attributes do you believe are essential to be successful within the veterinary profession? Of these attributes, which do you possess and how have you demonstrated these in the past?
Please feel free to share as needed and feel free to ask any questions.
Director of Admissions & Recruitment Affairs
Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges
The Veterinary Medical College Application Service
655 K Street NW, Suite 725
Washington, DC 20001
O: 202-371-9195 x124