Project AHEAD Summer Internship

Project Asian Health Education and Development is an 8-week summer internship program designed to give training and experience to college students who have an interest in pursuing a career in healthcare. Project AHEAD 2016 will take place Monday, June 27, 2016 through Friday, August 19, 2016, and will be located in lower Manhattan.
Our goals are:
 To increase interns’ interest in and awareness of the special needs, problems, and strengths of Asian American communities and to encourage interns to enter health and allied health professions in areas of community need.
 To provide exposure to health care delivery in the community health center setting.
 To help interns develop a better understanding of themselves as individuals and as important contributing members of minority communities.
The program consists of:
 Seminars and workshops.
 Development and implementation of a community health project.
 Shadow healthcare professionals.
Qualifications:
 Currently an undergraduate student.
 Interested in healthcare and the Asian American community.
 Committed to working full-time, Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm, including some early mornings and weekends.
 We cannot accommodate international students or students who are studying temporarily in the United States with the intention of returning home after completing their studies.
How to apply:
Online applications are available at bit.ly/ProjectAHEADApply.
Applications are only accepted online, and include an online application, personal statement and letter of recommendation. Complete applications must be submitted no later than February 15, 2016. Late applications will not be accepted. Academic transcripts and resumes are not required and will not be accepted. Applicants may be contacted for an interview for more information. These interviews will take place between February 22 and 26, 2016.
Please contact Maria Karlya at mkarlya@cbwchc.org with questions or for more information.

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TOMORROW Open Interviews for Living Resources!

Living Resources will be having an Open Interview Day tomorrow August 20th, from 10-3 at 300 Washington Avenue Extension, Albany, NY 12203.

Find more information here: Open Interviews – 8-20-2015

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Grace Hopper Scholarship from Google

As part of Google’s ongoing commitment to increase the number of women in engineering, we are excited to offer travel grants to the 2015 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Conference taking place in Houston, Texas from October 14 – 16, 2015. The theme for this year’s conference is “#OurTimeToLead” and will offer incredible opportunities for mentoring, networking, and career development.

University students and industry professionals in the US and Canada who are excelling in computer science and passionate about supporting women in tech can apply for a travel grant to attend the 2015 Grace Hopper conference.

Sponsorship includes:

  • Conference registration
  • Round trip flight to Houston, TX (from within the US or Canada)
  • Reimbursement for ground transportation to and from the airport and the hotel
  • Arranged hotel accommodations from October 13-17
  • A fun event with your travel scholar recipients on one of the evenings of the conference!

Please apply here by Tuesday, June 16, 2015.  The Grace Hopper Travel Sponsorship winners will be announced in July.

If there are any questions at all please direct to ghctravelgrant@google.com

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Are you a Woman in the Technical field? Check out these scholarships!

Mediaocean Funds Three 25K Scholarships for Women in Tech – Learn More & Apply Today

 

Diversity drives innovation and creativity, so why is it that only 20% of jobs in the tech industry are held by women? We need to take action and make a change.

At Mediaocean, we envision a future where gender equality in the tech industry is the norm, and want to encourage and inspire more women to make waves in technology. That’s why we’ve started Mediaocean’s Women in Technology Scholarship Fund.

This scholarship will grant $25,000 to three women to help them fund their dream career in technology. Open to current undergraduate and graduate students pursuing STEM degrees, we hope this scholarhip will spark interest and give three motivated women the opportunity to make their dreams happen.

Know anyone interested in applying? Visit Mediaocean’s Women in Tech Website for more details.

  Learn More & Apply Now  

Join the Conversation. Spread the Word.

Share this opportunity through social media, and give someone you know the chance to fund their dream career in tech. Spread the word and help women make waves in tech by tweeting @TeamMediaocean and using the hashtag #WomeninTech.

Questions? Email womenintech@mediaocean.com.

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Interested in the Health Field? Check out this great opportunity

SUNY Upstate Medical University, Division of Student Affairs presents:

“Try on a White Coat at Upstate: A Health Career Immersion Institute”

May 31st– June 5th, 2015

Cost is FREE!

(Includes Housing and Meals)

To apply for this program students should be:

ü A current freshman or sophomore year student at a SUNY school

ü On a pre-health track

ü From an underrepresented or economically disadvantaged population

ü At least 18 years of age

This program includes:

  • Opportunities to explore different careers in the health field
  • Opportunities to interact with current students and faculty at SUNY Upstate
  • An overview on the Admissions process including tips on how to make you a competitive candidate when interviewing
  • Service and community outreach initiatives in the Syracuse area
  • Tips for academic success that include: study skills, test and note taking strategies, and time management skills
  • Hands on activities and simulations
  • Teambuilding and networking opportunities (including a trip to WonderWorks ropes course)

TO APPLY:

Click Here

***Each applicant must submit an application and one recommendation form (attached to this e-mail) completed by a college administrator

Application/Recommendation Form Due:

April 1st, 2015

Acceptance Letters will be e-mailed by May 1st, 2015

For more information, please contact:

Lamees Galal

Coordinator for Cross Cultural Programming and Awareness

315.464.8855

galall@upstate.edu

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Los Angeles County- Administrative Intern Program

The Program The County’s Administrative Intern Program (AIP) initially began in 1933 and through the years has built a reputation of recruiting and training promising individuals for administrative careers in public service.  The AIP is a two-year paid internship designed for individuals who are interested in pursuing a career in County government.  The program is managed by the Department of Human Resources (DHR) and the Chief Executive Office (CEO).  The minimum requirement to qualify for the program is the completion of a four-year degree from an accredited college or university.
The Opportunity This award-winning program provides participants with unique opportunities to work in central County agencies, supporting the many dynamic departments, programs and services that are provided to County residents.  Selected candidates undergo a two-year internship program, during which, as County employees, they experience first-hand Los Angeles County government through practical job assignments and participation in the two-year on-the-job training.  Interns may be assigned to any County department including DHR and CEO. Rotational assignments in various divisions may include recruitment and selection, employee relations, organizational development, asset management, classification, budget operations and legislative analysis.

After the successful completion of the AIP, the intern will be promoted to the Administrative Analyst position and placed in one of the County departments.

Filing Period COMING SOON!!!  The Administrative Intern filing period will open on February 23, 2015 and close on February 27, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. PST.  For automatic notification regarding open filing periods for the AIP, use the Search Agent Manager by visiting http://hr.lacounty.gov. Select “Access Your Profile” under the Job Search tab, log in to your profile or follow the link to create a new account, and then select “Search Agent Manager.”

To apply for this examination once it is open, go to http://hr.lacounty.gov, select “Access Your Profile” under the Job Search tab, log in to your profile, click the link “Search Jobs” and type Administrative Intern into the “Keyword” field.

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Post-Bac Pre-Med Program deadline approaching!

Renowned for its excellence in the sciences, Mount Holyoke offers the ideal setting for pre-medical preparation. Whether students aspire to pursue graduate work in medicine, nursing, veterinary medicine, dentistry, or physical therapy, the Office of Pre-Health Programs provides each with a customized curriculum and assists them with obtaining internships at local practices and area hospitals.

Postbac students benefit from Mount Holyoke’s academic rigor, its top-rated classroom experience, and the opportunity to work closely with faculty who are both passionate about teaching and accomplished researchers. They have full access to our $36 million Science Center featuring state-of-the-art laboratory facilities and equipment, including a scanning electron microscope, several nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometers, molecular biology equipment, and a linear accelerator-unusual even in much larger institutions. And it all happens on a campus that the Princeton Review consistently names as one of the most beautiful in the United States.

For more information about Mount Holyoke’s Postbaccalaureate Pre-Medical Program by visiting the website. The deadline for Summer and Fall 2015 entrance is February 27, 2015.

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