Dear Ms. Spence My name is Colin Sweeney, and I am a recruiter with PhysAssist Scribes, Inc. PhysAssist provides pre-health students the opportunity to work with physicians in the emergency department by documenting patient history, complaints, physical exams, and diagnostic test results. This opportunity gives pre-health students valuable knowledge in medical terminology, allows them to observe patient interaction, and learn how to work in a fast paced hospital environment. We are currently hiring at our location in Aberdeen (Grays Harbor Community Hospital), and would love to see applicants from your school join our team there. If you know of any students that would like to apply to this location, and still be considered for a position in the Tacoma region, please give them my contact information. My email is email@example.com, and my direct line is 817-507-0293. Thank you for your time, and I look forward to hearing from your students. Regards, Colin Sweeney — Colin Sweeney Staffing Specialist, PhysAssist Scribes, Inc. 817.496.1009 main 817.507.0293 direct firstname.lastname@example.org www.iamscribe.com 6451 Brentwood Stair Road, Suite 100 Fort Worth, Texas 76112 ****** NOTICE OF CONFIDENTIALITY AND DISCLAIMER ****** This e-mail and any files or attachments transmitted may contain information that is confidential and privileged. This information is intended only for the use of the individual(s) and entity(ies) to whom it is addressed. If you are the intended recipient, further disclosures are prohibited without proper authorization. If you are not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any disclosure, copying, printing, or use of this information is strictly prohibited, and possibly a violation of federal or state laws and regulations. Any views expressed in this message are those of the individual sender and may not necessarily reflect the views of the company. If you have received this information in error, please notify us immediately by calling (817) 496-1009 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
Subject: Information for Advisors: Bio200 pre-requisite quiz now available Dear UW advisors, We’ve made an alternative pre-requisite path available for students wishing to take Bio200. This email is a quick description of that path and a link to the information needed to give to students. Thanks for spreading the word where applicable! The problem: Bio200 is a requirement for health science and biological fields. Changing course sequences and pre-requisites have caused a delay for many students that would have forced many to wait an extra term before enrolling. Previously, students needed to pass Bio180 with a 1.7 or higher and take Chemistry 152. Now, they need to do both of these things AND pass Chem 162. The solution: For those students that want to start Bio200 before or concurrently with Chem162, we have created a quiz to take the place of the Chem162 requirement. Students can demonstrate that they have the needed Chemistry knowledge that makes up a small part of Chem162 without taking the entire course. This quiz is free, open year-round and online. Students can take the quiz a maximum of two times and must pass with 16+ out of 20 questions. If students fail the quiz, they can retake it after a waiting period of 48 hours. During this time, they should use the readings, tutorial videos and practice questions posted with the quiz to study and prepare for their final attempt. When students pass the quiz, they will be given access to a further survey that will intake registration information. This will go to the Biology advisors who will register the students directly based on their indicated favorite lab choices for their desired term of Bio200. The quiz and associated study materials: Everything is located here. Please spread this to any students that might find it useful. If you happen to look through the website and see anything that is amiss, please let the coordinator know so he can fix it as rapidly as possible. Thanks for helping us to spread the word. We hope this will be useful to those students that don’t need this obstacle! Ben Biology Teaching Staff and Bio200 Coordinator
As a long-time volunteer for the China California Heart Watch [501(3)c], I wanted to let you know about an exciting, international, service-based internship program that our organization offers to pre-health undergraduates in the US and abroad. If you think your students would be interested in traveling to China, working alongside US-trained physicians, and serving as a valuable team member in our mobile health clinics and child screening programs, please consider forwarding them the information below. I would be happy to answer your questions and discuss our program with you in more detail over email or telephone at any time. Thank you for your kind consideration! GLOBAL HEALTH INTERNSHIP – HEART SCREENING IN RURAL CHINA The China California Heart Watch is a non-for-profit public charity whose mission includes medical research, teaching and clinical care in rural Yunnan Province, China. We are seeking students, particularly those interested in future careers in medicine, public health or related fields to participate in one of several internships this year. Our internships afford students first-hand experience of medical problems—particularly cardiovascular diseases—and care in impoverished communities of Yunnan. OBJECTIVE: The objective of our internship program is to provide free healthcare to those in need in Yunnan, create awareness of healthcare delivery issues in rural China, and to provide a highly meaningful, hands-on, clinical volunteer experience for students pursuing a career in the health professions. STUDENTS: Each of our four remaining internships is open to 10-20 students. Prospective interns must apply and will be interviewed to determine suitability. Applicants must have an expressed interest in health and serving underserved communities. As interns will be working in the Chinese countryside, knowledge of Mandarin is desirable, but is not necessary and is by no means a selection criteria. PROGRAMS: There are four remaining internship programs for this year. For each, students will arrive in the old city of Dali (a popular tourist destination in Yunnan but also where we have one of our two permanent clinics) to undergo three days of intense training and certification in cardiac auscultation. After training, students will travel to surrounding areas to begin clinics in villages and townships located in the pristine, mountainous landscapes of Yunnan. During the internships, students will help screen thousands of children for congenital heart disease and have a very active role in setting up and running our mobile health clinics, which focus primarily on chronic disease management but also offer referrals for acute care. Participants will travel and work with faculty from Kunming and Dali Universities as well as from medical schools in the United States. Students will also have the opportunity to help conduct a clinical research program while staying in villages in Yunnan. For more information about our programs, we invite you to visit our website atwww.chinacal.org or contact Vinh Luong at firstname.lastname@example.org. A brochure of our program can be found at http://goo.gl/RZX4n To APPLY, CLICK HERE! >>> http://goo.gl/rghsj ***Please note the deadline to register for the July internship is June 10, 2013.*** — Vinh Luong California State University, San Bernardino Email: email@example.com
I am sending you this information to ensure that your students are aware of three outstanding events featuring highly successful professionals in three fields where there are significant regional and national career opportunities: Computer Science, Biotechnology and Clean and Green technologies. These events are designed to provide students with opportunities for Q & A with these high-level professionals across numerous sectors – academia, industry, non-profit and research. They offer an unparalleled chance for your students to learn directly from the experts about educational pathways and career opportunities in these key fields. Please post these on your web site, calendar, or in your offices so your students are aware of these exciting upcoming events. Thank you in advance for your consideration. Sincerely, Maureen Takaoka Maureen Takaoka | PACIFIC SCIENCE CENTER Science Festival Event Manager | P (206) 269-2145 | F (206) 443-3631 | firstname.lastname@example.org Pacific Science Center is an independent, not-for-profit educational institution that inspires lifelong interest in science, math and technology. Science_Festival_Cool_Jobs_CleanGreen.pdf
The University of Oregon’s MCAT Preparation Workshop is conducted by faculty members who teach biology, chemistry, and physics material specifically tailored for the MCAT. These faculty specialists are joined by other test experts to help students perform to their best abilities on all the MCAT sections, including the critical reading and writing sections. *Workshop Dates — Cost: $650 per student *Available at the UO campuses in Eugene and Portland. /The sessions are live in Eugene and broadcast in Portland. Please contact us about joining the workshop remotely from alternate locations/. *Summer 2013*, weeks 1-4 starting June 24 Mon, Wed, Fri, 9:00am – noon Priority registration is June 10. Register before the priority deadline to allow adequate time for material order and shipping. Registration forms and contact information are available on our website http://tlc.uoregon.edu/learningservices/testprep/mcat.html or call TLC at 541-346-3226 with questions. Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) 1213 University of Oregon, 68 PLC Eugene OR 97403 541-346-3226, http://tlc.uoregon.edu
*China California Heart Watch is a non-for-profit public charity whose mission includes medical research, teaching and clinical care in rural Yunnan Province, China. We are seeking students, particularly those interested in future careers in medicine, public health or related fields to participate in one of several internships this year. Our internships afford students first-hand experience of medical problems—particularly cardiovascular problems—and care in the impoverished communities of Yunnan Province.* *OBJECTIVE:* /The objective of this internship program is to create awareness of the problems of healthcare in rural China and to guide students toward a career in medicine/public health focused on the underserved in developing countries./ *STUDENTS:* /Each of our seven internships is open to 10-25 students. Prospective interns will be interviewed to determine suitability. Applicants must express an interest in pursuing a career involving health or health-related care in underserved populations. Knowledge of Mandarin is desirable, but is not a selection criteria./ *PROGRAMS:* /There will be seven internship programs this year. Students will arrive in Dali to undergo three days of intense training and certification, and then travel to surrounding areas to begin clinics amidst the pristine, mountainous landscapes of Yunnan. Students will take part in a screening and treatment of high blood pressure and heart disease program for adults and school children living in rural townships. Participants will travel and work with faculty from Kunming and Dali Universities. Students will also have the opportunity to help conduct a clinical research program while staying in villages in Yunnan./ *For more information about our programs, please visit our website at www.chinacal.org or contact Vinh Luong at email@example.com. A brochure for our program can be found at http://goo.gl/RZX4n.* *APPLY HERE! >>> goo.gl/rghsj*
Designed for Pre-Optometry Students Ramping Up for the Upcoming Admissions Cycle… Southern California College of Optometry at Marshall B. Ketchum University Admissions Workshops 2013 Click here for the event flyer: http://www.scco.edu/img/uploads/admissions/pdfs/AdmissionsWorkshopFlyer2013.pdf Identical Sessions Offered on 2 Dates: Saturday, July 13, 2013 Saturday, August 3, 2013 Both sessions 8:30 am to 12:30 pm with no registration fee Offering a concurrent session for Parents/Spouses Too!!! To watch a trailer for this event: http://youtu.be/ra0ITFyO9wQ Topics Include: · How to qualify to be invited to interview · How to prepare to successfully interview · How to make yourself a distinctive applicant · What SCCO’s program has to offer in a professional grad school and clinical education Reservations are a must! Make yours at sccoworkshop2013.eventbrite.com Facebook Fans! SCCO’s Pre-Optometry Group on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/groups/SCCOadmissions/ SCCO’s Admissions YouTube Channel: Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/janeannmunroe?feature=guide SCCO’s Twitter: optometryadmissions.com SCCO’s WordPress Blog: https://twitter.com/ODadmissionSCCO Jane Ann Munroe, O.D. Director of Admissions Office of Student Affairs Marshall B. Ketchum University Southern California College of Optometry 2575 Yorba Linda Blvd. | Fullerton, CA 92831-1699 714.449.7446 | Fax 714.992.7878 firstname.lastname@example.org | www.scco.edu Facebook Group for Pre-Optometry Students Facebook Page for Admissions SCCO’s YouTube Channel Twitter for Pre-Optometry Blog for Pre-Optometry
>>>> >>>> Biology Students, >>>> >>>> We’re very lucky to have one of the Career Counselors from the Career Center in MGH coming to present a Resume/C.V. workshop for you all! >>>> >>>> Wednesday MAY 29th >>>> 4:30PM – Hitchcock 132 >>>> >>>> Bring your current resume so you can make notes to update it! >>>> >>>> See you there! >>>> >>>> Resumespr13.pdf
Please pass this on to the respective listservs on behalf of UW CORE Dental Club. Thank you! Come to our last general meeting of the spring quarter! This Wednesday 5/29, at 7 PM in Savery Hall. We will be introducing our new officers, and discussing our projects and dental opportunities for the summer and the next academic year. And there will be pizza served! So don’t miss out, see you all there
UW-IT wants to remind you about SpaceScout, a web and iPhone app that helps you find what you need in a study space. Check it out at http://spacescout.uw.edu on your browser or smartphone, and find the perfect place to study.