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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MORE Summer Internship Opportunities!

Four Internship positions available for The 2015 Summer Season-

A small theatre company in upstate New York is offering four internships for a Youth Theater Program:

1) Stage management

2) Theatre technology

3) Director for dramatic production

4) Administrative/public relations

Valatie Community Theatre is a small nonprofit theatre in the village of Valatie, New York.  Part of our programming is an annual summer children’s program consisting of a musical for children in grades 3 to 8, and a dramatic production for students in grade 9 to 12.

We are looking for persons interested in internships:

1) Stage Manager to work on both productions – Intern will stage manage/ coordinate two productions and organize parents’ participation as necessary

2) Theatre Technician – Intern could offer a variety of theatre skills. We will consider a lighting, sound, set builder, or costume tech.

3) Director for dramatic production for high school students.

Intern will work with a mentor.

4) Administrative/ public relations – Intern will need to be able to compose a newsletter and work on publicity for both productions (possibility for credit if through SUNYA)

The exact parameters of the positions will depend upon the candidate’s experience and references. There is a stipend for each position.

Send letters of interest, resume and references by March 23 to:

 

Programming Committee,

 Valatie Community Theatre

 Post office Box 297

 Valatie, New York 12184

Or e-mail remigaylord@aol.com

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Scholarship available for Female Pre-Health Students

KATHERINE VARIO SCHOLARSHIP
In memory of Katherine Vario, a UAlbany biology major and premedical student
For undergraduate women who are interested in dentistry, medicine, or
medical sciences and have one or more years of studies remaining
Scholarship Qualifications:
 Evidence of intent to pursue a career in dentistry, medicine, or medical sciences
 Employment or volunteer experience in a medically oriented field
 Students should be rising seniors and have completed at least 3 semesters of studies at the University at Albany
 Minimum overall and major GPAs of 3.2
 Involvement in school activities
 Demonstrated commitment to community service
 Demonstrated financial need*
To apply, interested students should electronically submit the following to:
Dr. Cara Pager | ctpager@albany.edu
1. A résumé
2. A transcript or student audit
3. An essay addressing the first two and last scholarship qualifications
4. One letter of recommendation from someone familiar with your medically oriented volunteer work or your
commitment to community service
 The letter of recommendation from the referee must be e-mailed to ctpager@albany.edu
 Students may request letters of recommendation already on file with the Pre-Health advisor to be used for the
scholarship. Letters may be requested by e-mailing Ms. Kimberly Kerker at kkerker@albany.edu
*Students must have applied for financial aid. The application to be used by the Office of Financial Aid to determine demonstrated
financial need is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The website for filing the FAFSA is http://www.fafsa.ed.gov .
Application Deadline: March 13, 2015
Notification of Scholarship by April 3, 2015
Scholarship award will be approximately $2,300
Address questions to: Dr. Cara Pager, Life Sciences Bldg., room 2051 | 591-8841 | ctpager@albany.edu

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Museum of Moving Image- Paid Internships!

SUMMER 2015
June 8 – August 14

The Museum offers full-time, paid summer internships. Under the supervision of department heads, interns have the opportunity to learn about the full range of Museum operations. Undergraduates entering their senior year in fall 2015, college graduates, and graduate students are eligible to apply.

(Additional full-time paid summer internships in Digital Media and Marketing and Publicity are available through the Arts Intern program. Visit artsintern.org for information about available positions, eligibility requirements, and application procedures.)

The Museum’s offices are open Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Collection Curatorial: Intern will assist with researching a new, major acquisition in the Museum’s collection, and with general research support for recent and pending acquisitions.

Development: Intern will assist with the administrative needs of the development and membership department, including but not limited to research, data entry, and mailings, as well as event planning.

Film: Intern will assist in research, preparation, and implementation of film screenings and discussion programs, and with various web projects and publications. Intern will also assist with research for installations and exhibitions.

Institutional Archive: Intern will assist with a comprehensive inventory of the Institutional Archive, which contains documents, photographs, brochures, and products created by the Museum throughout its 30 year history.

To apply, complete the online application form at movingimage.us/intern2015, then email the following documents to internships@movingimage.us:

single PDF that includes: 1) a cover letter indicating your department of interest and 2) your resume. One letter of recommendation from a current or past professor or employer, which may be submitted with the rest of your materials or separately.

Applications must be received no later than March 30.

Finalists will be interviewed in person or by phone. Successful applicants will be notified no later than May 6.

The Museum of the Moving Image is an equal opportunity employer and encourages qualified candidates from all backgrounds to apply

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GoDental Workshop and Recruitment Fair

The 2015 ADEA GoDental Workshop and Recruitment Fair for Predental Students and Advisors offers students interested in dentistry the chance to meet dental school admissions officers from over 40 U.S. dental schools and attend interactive presentations that will help them be successful applicants. This dynamic, interactive event is geared toward high school, community college and four-year college students, as well as prehealth advisors and parents. While every student interested in pursuing dentistry can benefit from this event, nontraditional students and students from diverse backgrounds are particularly encouraged to attend.

Register to attend the event by February 17 to be entered to win a free ADEA AADSAS dental school designation.

Click here for Registration

Learn more

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