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The American Association of Colleges of Podiatric Medicine would like to invite you and your students to register for the Virtual Podiatric Medical School Fair on February 7, 2018 from 11 to 6PM eastern. Please share with your students!
This is a FREE event for college students who are interested in exploring careers in medicine. We’ll be covering podiatric medicine as a career choice – from surgery to wound care to sport medicine, podiatric physicians provide a wide range of care for their patients. Representative from each of the nine U.S. schools of podiatric medicine will be available during the day to chat. Additionally, we’ll have current students, faculty and DPM Speakers and Mentors available to share why they chose podiatric medicine.
We’re also excited to announce that we’ve partnered with ExamKrackers for this event; ExamKrackers instructors will be providing tips throughout the day for prepping for the MCAT and one lucky virtual fair participant will win one FREE ExamKrackers Test Prep Lesson!
See yourself in a white coat when you Discover Podiatric Medicine. Registration is available here: http://careereco.com/events/podiatry
Mandy S. Nau
Career Promotion Strategist
American Association of Colleges of Podiatric Medicine
Cell or Text: 253-906-4167 Email: mnau
Why consider a career in podiatric medicine?
- A Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM) is a specialist in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of lower extremity disorders, diseases and injuries.
- DPMs can specialize in a variety of areas such as surgery, orthopedics, or public health. Besides these certified specialties, podiatrists may practice a subspecialty such as sports medicine, pediatrics, dermatology, radiology, geriatrics, or diabetic foot care.
- The DPM is a vital member of the health-care team. He or she is often the first to detect symptoms of diabetes or peripheral vascular disease because of the human foot’s interrelation with the rest of the body.
January, 2018 Newsletter
|It’s never too early to think about how to pay for your education. According to Student Loan Hero, Americans owe over $1.48 trillion in student loan debt, and the average Class of 2016 graduate owes a whopping $37,172. This month, we’re offering tips to help you minimize your bill and get the funding you need to take the next step toward your career in health. And don’t forget to take advantage of recruitment events, like ADEA GoDental’s upcoming event in March (link below), which can help you choose the right school the first time and avoid the added costs some students incur when they transfer.|
Filing a FAFSA Pays
|86% of families filed a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) last year, and with good reason: The FAFSA can give students access to $150 billion in grants, work-study funds and federal student loans.|
|In addition to filling out your FAFSA, there are other outside-of-the-box methods for saving money on college expenses, from work study to becoming an RA.|
Registration is now open for the 2018 ADEA GoDental Recruitment Event! This is a huge opportunity to gain “insider” knowledge and tips on how to be a successful dental school applicant, featuring over 50 U.S. dental school exhibitors. NEW this year and exclusively for #GoDental18 – attend a Mock Dental School Interview! Attendees will get the chance to experience first-hand how a dental school interview works. See you this March 17 in Orlando!
Save Money on Expensive Textbooks
|Often ringing up at $300 each, buying a set of new textbooks every semester can easily break the bank. Consider borrowing, renting, sharing or exchanging to get a break on this expensive college investment.|
Be Wary of These Financial Obstacles
|Planning is key when it comes to graduating without debt. Get started today so you can pay off consumer debt before getting student loans, have time to digest all of your private loans’ terms and set yourself up to keep track of how much debt you have.|
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What SHPEP program site(s) will you be applying to? It’s time to get the inside scoop about what the SHPEP initiative includes for its 2018 scholars. We encourage you to register and tune in to the upcoming webinar and hear what your 2018 SHPEP summer experience may include.
The SHPEP program sites, including Rutgers, Columbia and the University of Washington will share what the six-week SHPEP experience includes for its scholars. Webinar attendees will learn about extracurricular activities and the educational resources available at specific program sites. Join the webinar and learn what a week looks like in the life of a SHPEP scholar! There will also be an opportunity to ask questions, particularly to the program sites that will be presenting.
Danielle Ishem, MPA, MPH
Director of Workforce Development
Director, Summer Health Professions Education Program
Center for Health Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
U.W. School of Medicine
1959 NE Pacific Street HSC A-300,
Box 356340, Seattle, WA 98195
Ph: 206-616-5866 Email: ishem
Our mission: Advancing Excellence through Diversity
Please be advised registration will open on Wednesday, February 7, 2018 for the July-September MCAT exam dates. Please encourage your students to log into the MCAT Registration System in advance of February 7 to fill-in registration information such as biographical information and complete necessary consents. This will help to expedite the process for selecting a test date and location on or after February 7.
If you have any questions, please email us at advisors.
|Judith Byrne, M.A.
Senior Director, MCAT Business Operations
Association of American Medical Colleges
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Seattle Children’s Hospital has a 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.
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
As the deadline draws near I’d like to remind you of three exciting opportunities for your undergraduate students – the Summer in Biomedical Sciences (SIBS) Undergraduate Research Program, the Preparation for Graduate and Medical Education (PARAdiGM) and Kidney Undergraduate Research Program (KURE). These programs introduce outstanding undergraduates to the exciting career options of being a scientific investigator while also being a practicing physician. Eligible students may apply to all programs.
These eight week programs are held concurrently from May 31 – July 27, 2018. Students will receive stipends and free on-campus housing but will be responsible for their own meals, for travel to and from Birmingham, and other expenses.
Students will be introduced to the concept of scientific research, principles of scientific experimentation, the proper methods of data analysis, the interpretation, presentation, and translational applications of research results, and to clinicians who practice at academic medical centers.
Applications must be submitted online and the deadline is February 15, 2018.
Summer in Biomedical Sciences (SIBS) Undergraduate Research Program http://www.uab.edu/medicine/sibs/
Our goal in offering this fellowship is to give talented undergraduate students the opportunity to experience the challenges and rewards of intensive, hypothesis-drive laboratory research. This experience should help students make well informed decisions about future career plans. Previous research experience is not required. We especially welcome applications from students who are interested in research as a potential career, including students interested in PhD and MD/PhD programs. We accept fifteen students per summer into this program. We expect applicants to SIBS to have completed at least their sophomore year of undergraduate coursework. We anticipate that successful candidates will typically demonstrate grade point averages of 3.0 (“B”) or higher, especially in science, math, and related areas.
Preparation for Graduate and Medical Education (PARAdiGM) http://www.uab.edu/medicine/paradigm/
The PARAdiGM program focuses on undergraduates from diverse and underrepresented minority backgrounds, and offers the opportunity to participate in the program for two summers. In addition to working in the laboratory of a faculty mentor with an actively funded biomedical research program, PARAdiGM participants will learn about careers in academic medical centers (AMCs) by shadowing clinician-investigators in their clinics, as well as on in-patient rounds. At the end of the first summer in the program, the students will write an abstract and participate in both a local and national poster presentation of their research results. The students will also receive instruction in essay writing, MCAT preparation, and critical career skills. The ultimate goal of the program is to provide undergraduate students with an understanding and appreciation of the biomedical research process so as to encourage them to pursue careers studying patients and their diseases after further postgraduate training in graduate and medical education. Previous research experience is not required in order to apply. The PARAdiGM program is especially useful for students who do not have local access to biomedical research and/or academic physician-scientist role models.
Kidney Undergraduate Research Program (KURE) https://www.uab.edu/medicine/nephrology/research/cardio-renal-physiology-and-medicine/kure (newly added)
The KURE participants engage in guided kidney-related research with a mentor and attend a variety of seminars and workshops over the course of the 8 week program. Aside from time in the lab students will have professional development sessions and the opportunity to shadow some of our physicians in clinic. The KURE oral symposium, held at the close of the summer session is where students present their summer research.
You can learn more about SIBS, PARAdiGM and KURE at our websites or by contacting me at <a href="mailto:rlorenz
Robin G. Lorenz, MD/PhD | Associate Dean for Physician Scientist Development
Director | Medical Scientist Training Program
Director | Summer in Biomedical Sciences (SIBS) Program
Director | Preparation for Graduate and Medical Education (PARAdiGM) Program
UAB | The University of Alabama at Birmingham
SHEL 121C | 1825 University Blvd. | Birmingham, AL 35294-2182
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My name is Alana Burris, Recruiter for ScribeAmerica; a company that hires and trains “Medical Scribes” for Board Certified Physicians. This email is to provide information about a truly unique employment opportunity for students interested in careers in medicine. Our company is currently looking to recruit students/alumni to work as Medical Scribes in your local area of Seattle, WA.
The scribe will work one on one with board-certified physicians assisting with documentation for each patient evaluated by the doctor. It is an exceptional opportunity for anyone interested in medicine to gain first-hand experience following a physician in an emergency department setting.
We offer paid classroom & clinical training. Each employee will have multiple training sessions both in the classroom and the department during which we teach extensive medical terminology and appropriate medical/legal charting documentation.
There is a flyer attached to this email providing more information about the positions and how to apply. We would greatly appreciate it if you would take the time to forward this email to any of your students that are interested in careers in medicine.
For more information, you may also visit our website alana.burris
Direct: 954.947.0615 | Corporate: 877.488.5479 | Fax: 786.497.4105
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