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Conference registration pricing is as follows:
Regular Registration

(from Saturday, September 13, 2013- Friday, October 4, 2013, a week prior to the conference):
-$50- SNMA Members, Faculty, & Administration
-$25-MAPS Members / undergraduate premedical students
-Free- High School Students

On-site Registration

(everyone who wants to register after October 4, 2013 will have to register on site):
-$60- SNMA Members, Faculty, & Administration
-$30-MAPS Members / undergraduate premedical students

-Free-High School Students


Note to registration: When you fill out registration and if you are not a MAPS member, please state you are a premedical student




   *  Step 1: Understand the application timeline

  *  Step 2: Register for the LSAT

  *  Step 3: Study for the LSAT

  *  Step 4: Register with the CAS

  *  Step 5: Write your resume

  *  Step 6: Secure letters of recommendation

  *  Step 7: Write your personal statement (and other essays)

  *  Step 8: Apply to a variety of law schools

  *  Step 9: Thank the people who helped you

  *  Step 10: Complete the FAFSA


   *  Each day, you will be sent an email with a link to a new lesson.

  *  Lessons are available 24/7. Pick the time of day or night that works for you.

  *  Each day will take no more than one hour of your time.

  *  At the end of each day of class, you get a chance to post questions, which will be answered later by me, Peg Cheng.

  *  This class is yours to keep forever. That’s right—forever!

 This class normally costs $30 but for a limited time, I’m offering this 10-day online class for FREE.

For more info and how to register, visit:





Thursday, September 12th, 2:00pm-3:00pm
Gowen Hall, room 1A (Olson Room)

This is your opportunity to learn more about LSJ’s requirements, course offerings, admissions prerequisites, and application process. The second half of the session will provide tips for writing the personal statement portion of the major application, as well as a Q&A session with the LSJ Adviser. LSJ major applications for Autumn quarter are due October 4th, so this is a great opportunity to get your questions answered! No RSVP required.

Are you planning to study abroad during the spring of 2014 or later? Are you a Federal Pell Grant recipient? Do you want help covering the costs of your study abroad program?

If you answered yes to all three of the above questions, you should come to the Gilman Scholarship Workshop!

Every year, the Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship is awarded to hundreds of undergraduate students who want to study abroad but have limited financial means. You could be one of those students – all you have to do is apply. The next application cycle ends October 1, so if you’re interested, now is the perfect time to start planning.

To learn more, come to the Gilman Scholarship Workshop on Wednesday, June 5th, from 1:30-2:30 in MGH 171. At the workshop, you will:

-       read and analyze sample essays

-       begin working on your own application

-       learn money-saving travel tricks

-       talk to a past recipient about her experience

The workshop will be led by Celia Gurney, a UW junior who studied in northern Brazil this past fall.

Guess what — it is time for AMSA’s Annual Suture Clinic! Whether you are a first timer or a pro, suture practice will never hurt, especially for Med School!

Together with MAPS, we will be hosting this event on Saturday, May 18th from 2:00-5:00 p.m. This event will be free for all AMSA and MAPS members, and $5 for the general public. We will be meeting in the Health Sciences Building T-Wing, room 739. Our instructor will be none other than Dr. LeRoy Horton, DDS – owner of Affordable Dental Care and a UW School of Dentistry graduate.

Space is limited, however, so this will be a first come-first serve deal (priority to AMSA/MAPS members). We hope see all of you there! And don’t be afraid to invite your friends! Please visit our Facebook (UW AMSA Pre-Med) or our website ( for more information.



What:  July 2013 Pre-Admission Workshop (PAW)

When:  July 29-31, 2013

Where:  Hyatt Regency Santa Clara, Santa Clara, CA

Sponsors:  AAIP and the University of Minnesota School of Medicine

Who Should Attend:  American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) undergraduate and graduate students interested in pursuing a career in the allied health or medicine fields.

About the PAW:  This Pre-Admission Workshop is being held through AAIP’s partnership with the University of Minnesota School of Medicine.  The PAW is an event held to bring together AAIP member physicians, AI/AN college students, traditional healers, public health professionals, and other interested individuals with the goal of networking, learning and discussing the current state of Native health and health education.

Workshop Topics Include:
- Selecting a professional school
- Admissions tests (MCAT)
- Personal statements
- AMCAS application process
- Financial aid and scholarship resources
- Interview process including a mock interview
- Physician & medical student panel presentations

The Pre-Admission Workshop is a 2-day workshop aimed at addressing common challenges encountered by students in the health professional application process.  The curriculum focuses on skills necessary for successful application and admittance to health professional school.  AAIP has scholarships available to college students to cover the cost of airfare, hotel accommodations, conference registration and materials and most meals.  

Scholarships:  Scholarships for the July 2013 PAW are available and awarded on a one-time basis.  These scholarships will cover airfare, lodging and meals.

Deadline for submission application and all requested materials is Friday, June 7, 2013.

To apply for the July 2013 PAW, please click on the link below to access the application. 

July 2013 Pre-Admission Workshop Application

For more information, please contact AAIP at 405-946-7072 or email Gary Lankford at

The Career Center is ready to serve  graduating students as they transition into the working world.  If we can be of assistance in any of the following ways, please encourage your students to come in:

Resume & Cover Letter Development or Review

  • Personal Statement Review
  • Interview Skills
  • Interview Practice/Mock Interviews
  • Networking
  • Using Social Media to Network & Find Jobs
  • LinkedIn Profile Development or Review
  • Job Search Strategies and Employer Connections

We’ll be partnering with the UW Alumni Association to offer additional career-related services to recent graduates and alumni during the summer months.  The following events may be of interest:

Resume Fest (Resume Reviews) – Thursday, June 20 from 8:15 am – 4:00 pm  (Free)

  • Resume & Cover Letter Workshop – June 20 at4:00 pm (Free)
  • Alumni Dependable Strengths Workshop – June 21 & 24 ($160 – UWAA members; $200 – non-members)
  • Summer Career Fair – June 27 from 2:00 – 6:00 pm  (Free)
  • Career Launch Workshop (Resumes & Cover Letters, Job Search, Interviewing Skills and Lunch) – July 11 from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm  ($35)
  • Alumni Panel & Networking Reception – July 17 from 5:30 – 8:00 pm  (panel – $5 – UWAA members, $7 – non-members; reception – $7 – UWAA members, $10 – non-members)

For additional information, please see The Career Center calendar at

Are you having trouble fitting your jobs and extracurricular activities on a one-page resume?  Are you confused about how to write a resume that is going to be fed into a computer rather than read by a human being?  Are you having difficulty targeting your cover letter and resume for a particular position?  Well, the CLUE Writing Center is here to help!

The CLUE Writing Center will be conducting a Cover Letter and Resume workshop.  Our workshop aims to guide students through the process of creating a resume and cover letter that highlights their relevant skills and effectively tailors their experiences to meet a potential employer’s needs.

 Who is this for?

  • All students applying for full time, part time, and holiday or summer employment.

What will participants learn?

  • How to determine which personal, technical, and transferable skills to highlight
  • Tips for determining employer needs
  • How to analyze different resume formats and select one that best markets their skills and abilities
  • How to create a tailored resume and cover letter

When and where is the workshop?

  •  Wednesday, May 1st from 7:00-8:00PM! 

Location: Mary Gates Hall, room 254

With Peg Cheng, Founder of The Personal Statement School

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

5:30 P.M. – 6:30 P.M.
University of Washington, Smith 107

Want the best possible application for law school?

Want to avoid the mistakes that so many law school applicants make?

Come to this workshop to learn 10 crucial tips that will help you create a law school application that shines with excellence, rather than stinks with ineptitude.

This is a FREE workshop and is open to all pre-law students and alumni. Hope to see you there!

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