Maps Weekly Opportunities at a Glance (04/29) MAPS Alumni, we would like to hear back from you! Please see end of email for more information! Events Dates of Events Nutrition and health Conference Monday-Wednesday, May 13th – 15th UW Health Graduate Fair Wednesday, May 15th Service Learning Summit Tuesday, May 7th Children’s Alliance at UW Monday, May 6th Meet & Greet The Staff – Ice Cream Social! Wednesday, May 8th Take A Break From Midterms – Just Dance 4 at the ECC! Wednesday, May 8th Granger High School Group Friday, May 3rd Meet the Experts on Single Payer Systems Friday, May 3rd Want to know minute to minute updates about MAPS? Like it. Share it.!/pages/Minority-Association-of-Pre-Health-Students -UW/208566905883654 MAPS Meeting on Thursday, May 2nd!! Join us for another fun and informative MAPS meeting this Thursday, May 2nd, from 5 – 6 pm in the ECC black room (room 306)!! Others: *Check these websites for the latest opportunities: Events 1. Nutrition and health Conference 2. UW Health Graduate Fair 3. Service Learning Summit 4. Children’s Alliance at UW 5. Meet & Greet The Staff – Ice Cream Social 6. Take A Break From Midterms – Just Dance 4 at the ECC! 7. Granger High School Group 8. Meet the Experts on Single Payer Systems Volunteer/Involvement 9. Mentor Connect 10. SARVA Month 11. Summer Institute on Sustainability and Energy 2013 12. Northwest Kidney Fest 13. Free Self-defense training for Women 14. Help, Learn, and Discover 15. AED Third Annual Bioethics Debate 16. Summer Prep Courses for GRE, LSAT, MCAT, PCAT, DAT and OAT 17. OMA&D-ACS OPPORTUNITY LINKS -April 25, 2013 Jobs/Internship/Fellowship 18. UCLA Summer Academic Enrichment Program 19. Student Ambassador Positions 20. AmeriCorps Recruitment: public health focus/seeking bilingual staff/food justice in King County Scholarships and Awards 21. Gallagher Koster Health Careers Scholarship 22. UW Scholarship for incoming students 1.Nutrition and Health Conference We’re writing to student organizations in Washington getting the word out that this year our annual Health & Nutrition Conference will be held in Seattle! If you are interested in the health care field, this conference is a great opportunity to hear from practicing physicians. It’s a great chance to explore the fast growing field of integrative medicine and learn about the links between nutrition and health. Doctors that will be speaking at the conference include Andrew Weil, Fredi Kronenburg, Dr. Victoria Maizes, and many more. These doctors do not speak at many conferences; it is a great chance to learn from the leaders in integrative medicine. Almost forgetting the best part, this is a nutrition conference. Nutrition Conference means great food! You will get to sample a multitude of delicious and healthy meals. All of these meals are based on healthy eating habits and anti-inflammatorycontent. In other words, the food is not only good but good for you! If any of your club members are interested in attending this amazing conference, links to both the conference website and brochure can be found below. Conference Brochure Conference Web Site 2. UW Health Graduate Fair The Career Center at the University of Washington and Alpha Epsilon Delta are thrilled to announce that the 2013 UW Health Graduate School Fair registration is now open. UW HEALTH GRADUATE SCHOOL FAIR Sponsored by the UW Career Center and Alpha Epsilon Delta (UW Pre-Medical Honor Society) When: Wednesday, May 15th, 2013 – 2:00-5:00pm Where: Mary Gates Hall Commons (UW Seattle Campus) Registration Fee: $100 for UW Programs, $250 for Non-UW Programs; At this fair, you’ll have the opportunity to meet with over 400 UW students and alumni who are interested in pursuing health-related graduate degrees. Graduate schools from across the country will be in attendance, including programs in medical, dental, nursing, allied health and a variety of other fields. It’s an event you won’t want to miss! Questions? Contact Donna Chen or 206-543-0535 P.S. Don’t miss other opportunities in the Pacific Northwest to recruit pre-health students! · May 14th 2013 – Seattle University. For more information, please contact Lindsay Wilson: · May 13th 2013 – Seattle Pacific University. For more information, please contact Leena Adamian: or Jane Shipek: We look forward to seeing you on UW Seattle campus in May! Donna Chen Events Coordinator 206-543-9108 Career Center Events The Career Center University of Washington main: (206) 543-0535 134 Mary Gates Hall * Box 352810 * Seattle, WA 98195 3. Service Learning Summit *Please see the attached poster for more information 4. Children’s Alliance at UW UW as a part of the Husky Leadership Initiative’s spring quarter fireside chats. This will be a great opportunity for my fellow classmates to learn more about advocacy and ask questions about the organization. Can you please share/forward this event with the rest of the class? Thanks! As part of the Spring Celebration week, come to the next Fireside Chat featuring the Children’s Alliance (An advocacy organization dedicated to improving the health, safety, and economic well being of children in Washington state.) Executive Director Paola Maranan. It will be on May 6th at 5:30pm; located in Mary Gates Hall 171 Multi-purpose Room. Paola Maranan is executive director of the Children’s Alliance. Previously, she served on its board of directors and as its public policy director. Key activities included helping the organization define its public policy priorities, designing and providing advocacy training to groups across the state, and coordinating the organization’s efforts to look at and respond specifically to the needs of children and families of color. Maranan has also worked for the Children’s Initiative at United Way of King County, the Washington State Family Policy Council, and the Washington State Commission on African American Affairs, as well as in Alabama on voting rights and prison reform. Maranan received her B.A. in government from Harvard University More information can be found here: eup/ 5. Meet & Greet The Staff – Ice Cream Social Ice Cream Social — Meet & Greet The Staff! Wednesday May 8, 2013 ECC Lounge — 3 – 5PM Come meet our two new staff members: Trina Reid, Program Coordinator, Finance & Reservations Deniis Coy Denman, Advisor, Leadership Programs Stop by and enjoy some ice cream! See you there! 6. Take A Break From Midterms – Just Dance 4 at the ECC! Take A Break From Midterms Just Dance 4 Wednesday, May 8, 2013 3 – 5 PM @ ECC Lounge Philanthropy Day for Diversity at the Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center! Come Wednesday, May 8, 2013, from 3 – 5 PM in the ECC Lobby to take a break from midterms and play Just Dance 4! Learn more about philanthropy and the Senior Class Gift for Diversity! 7. Granger High School Group Dear Student Community; UW SOM CEDI will be welcoming Granger High School group this Friday May 3, 2013; if you can, please come and visit CEDI presenting to Migrant students. Last week Jose Alanis and I discussed the different health professions, Jose shared his story, discussed scholarships, colleges and promoted SMDEP. We had 10 students; so we had a chance to get to know the students interests and goals. They had a lot fun becoming surgeons with the plastic organs and getting their picture taken with a white coat. Thank you for your time and consideration. Room: T474A (tentative room) Time: 1:00pm-230pm 1pm Welcome 1:15pm Picture yourself as a Doctor activity Plastic organ exhibit Tour of the Medical School Felicita A. Abeyta-Hendrix, M.S.W. Program Coordinator UW School of Medicine Center for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion 206-616-5522 8. Meet the Experts on Single Payer Systems Want to know more about Single Payer Healthcare? Want to meet the masterminds behind the policies? Drs. Andy Coates and Gerald Friedman are in Seattle and want to meet with students! They will provide a brief presentation of single payer systems and will dedicate the rest of the evening to a shared conversation and meet and greet. Andy Coates, MD President of Physicians for a National Health Program, Dr. Coates is also assistant professor of medicine and psychiatry at Albany Medical College and practices hospital medicine at a community hospital in upstate NY. Gerald Friedman, PhD A professor of economics at UMass, Dr. Friedman has done economic impact studies of state single payer plans for Massachusetts, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Colorado, as well as one for national PNHP. Friday, May 3, 2013 5:30pm – 7:00pm South Campus Center Food Provided! Please RSVP here . 9. Mentor Connect The Office of Graduate Medical Education (GME) and the Center for Equity Diversity and Inclusion (CEDI) would like to introduce MentorConnect. Mentor Connect is an electronic database of physicians on a catalyst web site. Through MentorConnect you will be able to request a meeting with a physician, (who is a member of a group that is underrepresented in medicine), in an area of specialty that you might be interested in, and potentially build a mentorship relationship. Below is information (also on the catalyst site) that explains the program. Mentor names are added periodically, so be sure to check frequently. Feel free to contact me with questions. Catalyst web site: What is Mentor Connect? This is a new service (and a pilot program) provided for all UW Under-Represented-in-Medicine (URM) medical students sponsored by the collaborative efforts of Center for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (CEDI) and Office of Graduate Medical Education (GME). Mentor Connect will enable you to meet with a local minority physician or resident one-on-one. This mentorship program is flexible and designed to give the student and physician mentor the ability to customize the experience so that it meets the interests and needs of the student. The mentorship can be a meeting for coffee, or a meeting over breakfast, lunch or dinner. The point of the program is to facilitate one-on-one communication between a minority physician mentor and interested medical students about the life, balance and practice of a practicing physician, faculty member, or resident, and what a medical student may need to know to prepare for their future career choice. How will Mentor Connect work? · The medical student will be provided a list of local minority physicians to review which will include: · Physician name, their specialty, race/ethnicity, location of practice, dates and times available, and their contact information. · The medical student will inform the point person in either the CEDI (if a faculty or community physician) or the Office of GME (if a resident) of the physician they are planning to contact, and the date when they are planning to connect in person. · Contact person for meeting with a resident: Shawn Banta –; 206-616-8286; · Contact person for meeting with a faculty or community physician: Mary Walls – ; 206-616-3047. · The medical student will contact the physician themselves and make their own arrangements. · Disclaimer: The CEDI or the Office of GME will not be responsible for providing coverage for expenses incurred. The student will be responsible for their expenses, e.g. travel, meals. There is no expectation that the mentor will pay for the student’s expenses. What do students need to do to participate? · The interested medical student must be an enrolled student in UW School of Medicine. · An UW Netid and password will be required to enter the protected website. · The student should go to the Mentor Connect website at: Mentor names are added periodically, so students should check back. Any other suggestions for students who want to participate? · We suggest you consider sending your selected mentor an “email of intent” and provide them with a little background on who you are and what you are interested in. · You may also want to consider attaching your resume (this of course is optional). Mary Walls, MPH, CHES III Research Advisor, Prematriculation Program and African American Health/Healthcare Disparities Course Coordinator, UW Chapter Student National Medical Association Advisor University of Washington School of Medicine Center for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (CEDI) Box 357430, Room T-559 Health Sciences Building 206/616-3047 , voicemail;, email Web site: 10. Summer Institute on Sustainability and Energy 2013 Hey folks, Last summer I participated in the Summer Institute on Sustainability and Energy. It is essentially and intense interdisciplinary summer program where participants get to learn about many topics related to sustainability and energy, work on interdisciplinary research teams, tour Argonne National Laboratory. Each team will also get to compete for best research project, and the top team wins a monetary award. Last year my team won, and the prize ended up being $1000 per person! Each person also gets several networking opportunities as well. Better yet, participants from outside the Chicago area receive full coverage of travel costs, and will get to stay at UIC dorms free of charge. It is a really great program, and I really recommend you check it out, and tell others to check it out. Please don’t email me back though… Send all inquiries to Thomas Alaan! The contact information is located on the program website: . More information is also attached. Deadline is July 1st 12. Northwest Kidney Fest Each year the Northwest Kidney Centers sponsors a health promotion event to educate and engage the African-American community around the issue of chronic kidney disease. Part of the event is a free kidney health screening, which includes: · Blood pressure check · BMI · Blood test for glucose and cholesterol · Urine test for micro albuminuria · Consultation with a physician or nurse practitioner to interpret results and educate about risk We need to recruit about 50 volunteers to conduct the screening, and have been fortunate to have had many students in health professions in the past. This year the date is a bit later, and student availability may be an issue, so I wanted to contact you early. Kidney Health Fest for African American Families, June 22, 2013, screening from 9am- 2pm, location: Van Asselt School on Beacon Hill. There will be a mandatory 1.5 hour training session in the week prior to the event. To sign up or if you have questions, please contact Mary Dooley, Northwest Kidney Centers Chronic Kidney Disease Program Manager, Tel: 206-720-3733, email: 13. Free Self-defense training for Women The University of Washington Police Department (UWPD) is offering free self-defense training in May. The program trains women in Rape Aggression Defense (RAD)—simple yet effective self-defense designed for women on university and college campuses. The program teaches realistic self-defense movements that do not require special skills, years of practice or any particular level of fitness. The UWPD offers RAD for free to community members, including faculty, students and staff as well as our neighbors in the University District. Class participants praise the class for “inspiring” them and helping make them feel “much more confident” and “empowered.” Students come out of the class “really, really glad [and] proud [they] did the simulation” training. Participants must be able to attend all four classes. May training sessions are May 4, 11, 18, and June 1 from 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. You must register to attend. For more information or to register, contact Lynda Pease at or 206-685-0873. Mellissa S. Hare Recruitment Coordinator School of Social Work 14. Check out Help, Learn & Discover @ UW! HLD has three programs for people who love to volunteer: Pre-Medical: Calling all premeds! HLD has a great shadowing experience and learning opportunity for you! As part of a pre-medical group, you will be able to spend a week in a hospital doing medical rotations with Ecuadorian medical students and get firsthand experience on what it’s like to work in a medical career. To wrap the trip up, you will also get a tour of the country of Ecuador and give back by completing a volunteer project for a houseless community! Bio/Medical: Are you premed and/or interested in biological sciences? Check out HLD’s Bio-medical program where in addition to shadowing in a hospital and volunteering, you will also get to experience Ecuador and spend a week in the GALAPAGOS islands! Volunteer: Not premed and just want to volunteer & go to the Galapagos? Volunteer program is the one for you! As a part of the Volunteer program, you will get to volunteer, get your tour of Ecuador, and spend a week on the GALAPAGOS islands! 15. AED’s Third Annual Bioethics Debate Interested in bioethics? Want to win some money and have a good time? You can at AED’s Third Annual Bioethics Debate! We have a total of $360 up for grabs as prizes. How to enter: Register your team of 4 at by this Friday May 3rd 2013. All other information about the debate and rules can be found on the site. Plus there is a go-post set up for you to find teammates if you don’t have enough people to form a full team. Any other questions can go to Michelle Drews at Thanks – and I hope to see you there – it’s going to be a lot of fun! Michelle Drews Webmaster, Alpha Epsilon Delta 16. Summer Prep Courses for GRE, LSAT, MCAT, PCAT, DAT and OAT Dear Student, The Instructional Center (IC) will offer Summer Prep Courses for GRE, LSAT, MCAT, PCAT, DAT and OAT. The instructors at the IC have taught these courses for over 20 years. They are all very familiar with the content as well as how best to prepare students for these exams. Please see the attached flyer for more information. Barry Minai Director/Mathematics Instructor Instructional Center 17. OMA&D-ACS OPPORTUNITY LINKS -April 25, 2013 Academic Counseling Services (ACS) is the home for advising in the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), TRiO Student Support Services (SSS), the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP), and UW Champions. Check out the OMA&D Academic Counseling Services website for the latest info on jobs, workshops, internships, scholarships and other unique opportunities! Upcoming Opportunities… Follow EOP. EOP is now on Twitter. Click here for more info >> Job/Internship Opportunities Husky Athletics Marketing & Game Day Experience – Student Internship Information & Application. May 6th An internship with UW Marketing & Game Day Experience provides students with invaluable experience that will benefit the pursuit of a career in almost any field. Click here for more info >> Student Ambassador Positions. May 3rd Student Ambassadors are part of the OMA&D Outreach & Recruitment team who provide educational services to underrepresented and underserved communities. Click here for more info >> Career Center Spring 2013 Workshops & Events. See what is in store at the Career Center this quarter. Click here for more info >> The ECC is Hiring! Looking for a job for the 2013-2014 school year? Click here for more info >> Leadership Opportunities I’m a Husky, This is my Story- Video Contest. May 14th Make a video that tells your story. Then, enter it in the My Husky Story video contest to win up to $1,500, $1,000 or $500. Click here for more info >> UW Leadership Firesides: Upcoming May Events The Firesides provide opportunities for civic, corporate and campus leaders to offer students their perspectives on leadership through the sharing of personal journeys and stories. Click here for more info >> Session Assistant Opportunity at Symposium and McNair Conference. May 17th The Undergraduate Research Symposium and McNair Conference are just around the corner! We are looking for individuals to serve as session assistants during the oral presentations. Click here for more info >> Majors New Minor in Nutritional Science. The Nutritional Sciences minor complements many majors and will offer a foundation of knowledge in nutrition, food systems, food studies and their relationship to health. Click here for more info >> Preparing for Grad School Application Workshop Series. Are you an undergrad planning to apply for grad school this fall. Click here for more info >> Explore Majors in Science & Math. At a Research 1 University like UW you have over 160 majors to choose from, many in Science and Math! Click here for more info >> OMA&D Students Applying to Informatics major in June, 2013 Get help on how to start and write a strong personal statement for Informatics Application. Click here for more info >> Scholarships & Fellowships Harlan Hahn and Dennis Lang Awards for Disability Studies- Three Scholarships up to $5,000. May 13th The UW Disability Studies Program is pleased to offer three scholarly awards. Click here for more info >> Asian Pacific Islander Organization (APIO) 2013 Scholarship. April 30th This year APIO plans to award three scholarships, one each in the amounts of $1,000, $1,500, and $2,000 to deserving Asian or Pacific Islander students. Click here for more info >> Life Lesson Scholarship Program. Qualified entrants who submit essays or videos about how the death of a parent or guardian impacted their lives are eligible for a Grant Prize of $15,000 in scholarship money. Click here for more info >> American Association of Railroad Superintendents – Frank J. Richter Scholarship Program. The American Association of Railroad Superintendents (AARS) is pleased to announce the availability of annual scholarships for eligible college or university students enrolled at an accredited college or university in the United States. Click here for more info >> 2013-2014 Zachary H. Boyce Memorial Scholarship. Deadline May 18th. The Zachary H. Boyce Memorial $2,500 Scholarship was established in his memory to further spread what he was accomplishing. Click here for more info >> Study Abroad Study Abroad to Iceland-Program Cost Reduced by $8,00! April 30th This course will use the geophysically and economically volatile country of Iceland as the platform to explore how a small modern society copes in this environment of the Polar North. Click here for more info >> Don’t Forget… Odeggard Writing and Research Center is Hiring! OWRC is now hiring for peer tutor positions with Autumn Quarter start dates. Click here for more info >> The YMCA is hiring. Willing to live and work at camp in the summer from June 15 through August 26 and get paid $190 a week. Click here for more info >> PAID AT&T MATREX Student INTERN Bothell Positions – APPLY NOW The 8-12 week Information Technology Summer Internship Program is a hands-on program providing students with real world experience and working with project teams and a mentor. Click here for more info >> Full & Part-time positions with the Catholic Community Services. Full-time positions for Business, Accounting, Social Work and others majors. Click here for more info >> Assistant Project Engineer position for the City of Auburn. Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering and 3-5 years of civil engineering experience. Click here for more info >> Deaf Culture: An Obsolete Concept or a Timeless Solutions for Deaf People. May 3rd Thomas K. Holcomb is Professor of Deaf Studies at Ohlone College in California, where he teaches Deaf Culture, Deaf Education and Interpreting courses to both deaf and hearing students. Click here for more info >> 18. UCLA Program Dear Health Professions Advisor, The David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA is currently accepting applications for the Re-Application Post baccalaureate Program (RAP) RAP is post baccalaureate program that is designed to assist students who meet all the following criteria: are California residents, from disadvantaged and or/underserved backgrounds, committed to practicing in underserved communities in California, and who applied but were unsuccessful in gaining admissions to any U.S. medical school. The eleven-month program is conducted in two sessions, summer and academic year. The priority deadline for applying is May, 7, 2013. Final deadline is May 14, 2013. Application and further information can be found at the following websites: (application) (specific information on UCLA RAP) 19. Student Ambassador Positions Please find attached the job description and application for students interested in serving as Student Ambassadors for the 2013-14 school year. The Ambassadors work out of the OMA&D Recruitment and Outreach office. They are engaged in creative, empowerment-based projects to encourage high school and middle school students to pursue higher education. Ambassadors develop and assist with programs on campus within target communities, middle schools and high schools to present diverse student perspectives, motivational workshops, and information regarding the UW admissions process, financial aid, academic requirements, and University resources. We would greatly appreciate it if you could share this job opportunity with students you work with and are connected to. Serving as Student Ambassadors is a rewarding experience for students as they are able to give back to the youth and impact the college-going experience of middle school and high school students of color. We have many positions available, so do not hesitate in spreading this far and wide! If you have any questions, please let Merissa Tatum or myself know. Thank you in advance for sharing this with your students. Rudy Mondragón Pre-College Programs Manager 1410 NE Campus Parkway Seattle, WA 98195 Box 355845 p: 206-685-6463 20. AmeriCorps Recruitment: public health focus/seeking bilingual staff/food justice in King County WithinReach —a statewide non-profit that focuses on food and health resources for families in Washington—is seeking applicants for their AmeriCorps program. Service members would work with our outreach team to engage diverse communities and empower individuals by providing application assistance and resources for basic needs. This position seems to align well with MAPS members’ interests, and we hope to attract students who wish to continue pursuing these social service and social justice interests on the job. AmeriCorps members at WithinReach serve full-time for 10.5 months and receive a living stipend. At the end of their service year, members are also eligible to receive an education award to pay for college, graduate school, or to pay back qualified student loans. More information about the position can be found at Donna Quach Bilingual Community Outreach Specialist/AmeriCorps WithinReach|essential resources for family health 155 N.E. 100th St., #500 Seattle, WA 98125 P 206.830.5172 F 206.270.8891 21. Gallagher Koster Health Careers Scholarship If you’re heading into your junior or senior year of college next year and you’re planning on a career in health or medicine, you can apply for the Gallagher Koster Health Careers Scholarship, which will award five $5,000 scholarships to students who apply by May 3. Students in a wide variety of healthcare-related majors—from biology to nursing to child development, and more—are invited to apply, as long as they anticipate graduating between spring of 2014 and spring of 2015. 22. UW Scholarship for incoming students This scholarship is currently being offered in memory of Filipino American labor activists Silme Domingo and Gene Viernes. It is available to students who are incoming to the University of Washington, qualify for financial aid, and have an interest in social justice and human rights. A flier with further information on the scholarship is attached below. Silme Domingo & Gene Viernes Scholarship *Please post where ever scholarship information is available to students* (This information is also available at ) $5,500 scholarship for students entering or transferring into the University of Washington The Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies at the University of Washington and the Inlandboatmen’s Union, Region 37’s Alaskero Foundation are proud to announce a scholarship in honor of Silme Domingo and Gene Viernes, two inspiring leaders of the Seattle labor movement. Gene grew up on a farm in the Yakima Valley and began working in the Alaska salmon canneries at the young age of 16. Gene was a state wrestling champion and attended Central Washington State College on a full ride athletic scholarship. Silme graduated with honors from the University of Washington and went on to found the Seattle chapter of the Union of Democratic Filipinos. Together, they formed the Alaska Cannery Workers’ Association and fought the brutal working conditions and racist management of the industry. Despite opposition from all sides, Gene and Silme founded the Rank and File Committee in 1977 to struggle for union democracy and fair working conditions. They were elected to the leadership of International Longshore and Warehouse Union Local 37 in 1980, and worked hard to build links and solidarity with the people of the Philippines. Tragically, both were murdered on June 1, 1981. Corrupt former Local 37 President Tony Baruso and Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos were later implicated in the assassination. Their memory lives on as inspiration to workers and students striving for justice. Who should apply? The scholarship is awarded yearly to students entering or transferring into the University of Washington who are committed to the principles of justice and equality and have demonstrated financial need. Students with an interest in labor studies or a family background in labor and social justice are encouraged to apply. You must have demonstrated financial need according to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to qualify. More information can be found at Those who do not meet FAFSA requirement are highly encouraged to consider other scholarships offered by the Bridges Center. More information is available at: How do I apply? To apply, a student should verify that they have financial need according to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and prepare the following materials: 1. A brief written statement by the applicant explaining her or his commitment to the study of labor or to involvement with the labor movement and social justice. 2. A letter of support from a teacher or community member. 3. Up to date contact information, including e-mail, mailing addresses, and phone number. Send applications by mail or e-mail to Andrew Hedden, Program Coordinator Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies University of Washington Box 353530 Seattle, WA 98195-3530 Applications are due Monday, May 20, 2013. Questions? For more information regarding the Silme Domingo & Gene Viernes Scholarship in Labor Studies, visit the Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies website at or contact: Andrew Hedden, Program Coordinator Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies University of Washington Box 353530 Seattle, WA 98195-3530 (206) 543-7946 MAPS alums, we want to hear where you are in process of becoming a health professional!!! Please email with the following information: Email – 1. Name 2. Graduation Year 3. Major 4. What years were you involved in MAPS? 5. Professional School Status 6. Any extra information you want to share with the MAPS family 7. Email (optional; only if want to have maps students contact you) 8. 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