AED Pre-Med Expo 4/23

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Interested in a career in medicine?

Confused about the Med school application process?

AED is pleased to announce that their 8th annual Pre-Med Expo will be held on Sunday, April 23rd.

Join them starting at 10:30 AM in GUG 220 with keynote speaker Carol Teitz, the associate Dean of Admissions for the UW School of Medicine.

Afterwards, they’ll have four hours of workshops such as Paying for Med School, Personal Statements, a Med Student Panel and much more!

10:00-10:30: Sign-in/Registration at GUG

10:30-11:30: Keynote speech by Carol Teitz in GUG 220

12:00-4:00: Workshops in Mary Gates Hall

This event is FREE and open to the public!

Check out the facebook event:

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American Mock World Health Organization Regional Conference May 20-21


The American Mock World Health Organization (AMWHO) has recently initiated a new chapter at the University of Washington, Seattle.

AMWHO welcomes all collegiate and high school students in the state of Washington to join them for our first annual AMWHO UW State Conference. This conference will be held on the University of Washington campus May 20-21st, 2017.

The goal of this regional conference is to create a platform for bright, enthusiastic minds to come together to engage in meaningful discussion and debate about healthcare policy as well as have an opportunity create profound policy change.

This conference serves to be an enriching experience wherein you will both understand the challenges of creating substantial global health policy change as well as augment your pre-existing passion for striving to optimize the health conditions of millions around the globe.

The theme for this AMWHO Regional Conference Washington 2017 is “Tackling Mental Health: Competency, Access, and Education,” a topic largely unexplored but one that has deep roots in science and healthcare policy. Mental health is a global problem that is often pushed under the rug as a “non-essential” topic. But this conference provides an opportunity to delve into this topic and create viable healthcare policy that can shape global perceptions and redefine cultural stigmas.

To learn more and register, go to

For questions, comments, or concerns, contact

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Hand2Hand presents their 8th Annual Health Career Banquet 4/29


Are you a pre-health students looking for a health professional to connect with?

Hand2Hand presents their 8th Annual Health Career Banquet!

This year they have invited a wide range of healthcare professionals including physicians, nurse practitioners, physical therapists, pharmacists, dentists, and registered dieticians.

Come join them on April 29th, Saturday from 5:00-7:30 pm at HUB 250.

Tickets are on sale now – buy your ticket online or at HUB front desk.

Find them on Facebook or via email

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UW Master of Health Administration Diversity Recruitment Event

The Master of Health Administration (MHA) Program at UW is holding their annual MHA Diversity Recruitment event!

We have partnered with WSHEF (Washington State Health Care Executives Forum) to put on this event. This time will offer students the chance to:

  • Explore the variety of career opportunities in healthcare administration
  • Network with current and potential students
  • Meet MHA faculty
  • Hear from healthcare administration professionals from the Puget Sound area

If you have an interest in serving your community through healthcare, this is a great event to attend!

Please Join Us!

Tuesday, April 11th

4:30pm in HUB 340

Pizza and Refreshments provided!!!

To RSVP and for more info click here.


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Latinx Health Careers & Job Fair – May 8, 2017

Latino serving health care agencies and institutions looking to hire a bilingual and bicultural workforce will be present to discuss job opportunities. Presentations will be given on a select number of health related careers.

WHEN: Monday, May 8,, 2017 @ 3:00p – 7:00p
WHERE: University of Washington, South Campus Center

Click HERE to register.

For more information contact the Latino Center for Health at

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Registration Open for the Husky Leadership Conference 4/21

HLI conference

Based on a belief that one’s capacity to lead grows out of experience, practice and reflection, the Husky Leadership Conference gives you the opportunity to build and hone the leadership skills you need to make a difference in whatever context speaks to you. Take advantage of this opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes you need to be an effective change agent.

Here’s what’s included in your free conference registration: 

  • A keynote address from Holli Martinez, Sr. Director, Head of Diversity and Inclusion at T-Mobile
  • A chance to attend several breakout workshops on the topics of leadership in a variety of contexts:
    • Cultural Competency
    • Work and Employment
    • Community Engagement
    • Social Activism
  • A closing reception (hors d’oeuvres provided!) with 20+ recent UW alumni who will be available to answer questions on what leadership looks like beyond the UW

The conference will take place on Friday, April 21, from 3:00 – 6:00 p.m. in Mary Gates Hall.

REGISTER NOW! Stay tuned on the Husky Leadership Initiative website for session descriptions and more.

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Let’s Talk: drop-in consultations & support for students

lets talk

  • Free for students
  • Confidential
  • No appointment needed
  • No topic is off limits
  • Informal counseling

Learn more at this link or (206) 543-1240

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Participate in ASDA DAT Week, April 17-21

DAT week

The American Student Dental Association (ASDA) invites you to join predental students nationwide in celebrating DAT Week this April.
During the week, national ASDA will host three webinars:

Vital Information and Tips for Taking the DAT (2017)
April 17, 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. CDT
Free for ASDA members and non-members – Register now

Description: The Dental Admission Test (DAT) is an integral part of applying to dental school and can be a source of tremendous stress for predental students. This session is intended to provide valuable information so that students can feel as comfortable and prepared as possible before they sit for the test. The webinar covers general DAT information, tips for studying, common problems encountered by test takers, and the most frequently asked questions about the DAT.

Presenter:  Nicholas B. Hussong, BA, manager, test administration, American Dental Association

Study Methods for the Natural Sciences (DAT)
April 19, 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. CDT
Free for ASDA members and non-members
Register now

Description: As dental students know, you can’t fake your way through the Natural Sciences section of the DAT: either you have the knowledge on test day, or you don’t. This session will go over methods of not only learning that information, but retaining it as well. You’ll learn how to harness technology to study in the most effective and efficient ways, and will have the opportunity to ask high-scoring dental students for their advice.

Dissecting the DAT
April 20, 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. CDT
Free for ASDA members and advisors/faculty*; $10 for non-member predentals
Register now

Description: Don’t let the DAT get you down! With a few simple strategies, several sections of the DAT can easily be broken down. This webinar will specifically look at two sections that are less familiar: the PAT and reading comprehension. Join our panelists as they dissect practice questions using common and lesser-known strategies. Panelists will also share general test taking tips so that you’ll be prepared to dominate the DAT.

For more information about DAT Week, go to You can also contact Brian Jones, membership development manager, at or 312-440-2841.

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Need to take the GRE?? Join UW’s Women’s Center for a low cost prep class & math refresher this spring!

SP17 GRE Flyer May

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UW’s Masters in Occupational Therapy Applicant Information Session

Interested in UW’s Occupational Therapy program?  Don’t miss their upcoming Applicant Information Session!

Friday, April 7, 2017
2:30-3:30pm (PST)
UW Health Sciences Building Room CC-902

RSVP by email to

The session is open to any person interested in submitting an application to the program.

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The ECC is Hiring for all positions for the 2017 – 2018 Academic Year!


In support of the University of Washington goals, the Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center promotes an inclusive educational environment by providing programs and services which enhance the communication and exchange of multicultural perspectives and values. The Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center provides programs and a learning environment where students and student organizations collaborate, develop, and implement programs while building leadership and organizational skills.

Please visit their website to learn more on how to apply, and the different jobs available for students at

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Don’t forget to apply for UW’s Athletic Internship – due 4/3/17!

UW Athletics

REMINDER: Applications due MONDAY, April 3, 2017.

The University of Washington offers internship opportunities for students interested in gaining valuable hands on experience in the medical profession. The training room offers an exciting and challenging setting for students interested in acquiring injury evaluation, management and rehabilitation skills as well as professional interaction with the medical community. Student interns work with Certified Athletic Trainers and Team Physicians to provide health care to all NCAA Division I athletic programs at the University of Washington.

Graduates of UW’s Athletic Training Program have used their experiences as a stepping stone into successful careers as Athletic Trainers, Medical Doctors and Physical Therapists.

If you are motivated and dedicated to advancing your career in the medical profession, an internship in the UW Training Room will give you valuable skills and experience in an exciting and rewarding setting.

Interested students should contact Chelsea Larsen or Download an Application to apply by Monday, April 3. 

Visit for more information.

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ETCH (Education Transforming Community Health) is recruiting new officers!

etchETCH is an interdisciplinary student project associated with SHIFA, a non-profit organization based out of UWSOM. We offer weekly health education sessions to homeless adults in downtown Seattle, striving to create health education curriculum that bridges evidence-based practice and the voices of the many homeless communities in Seattle.  We aim to provide knowledge, skills, and tools to improve the quality of life of our participants.

Weekly sessions offer volunteers a great opportunity to connect with members of homeless communities while expanding your knowledge of preventative care, health systems, and social justice. We ask that volunteers participate in at least one session per month for at least 6 months – with many more opportunities for volunteering, advocacy, and leadership.

If you are interested in applying to be an officer next year, the ETCH officer application is now open! ​We highly encourage anyone looking to get more involved with ETCH to apply. Feel free to email any questions you may have to etchseattle@gmail.comDeadline: March 31st

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Seattle Children’s Outpatient Pharmacy Volunteer Position

Pharmacy Volunteer Responsibilities:

Volunteers help the Pharmacy staff prepack medication using appropriate techniques, perform outdates checking in required areas, assist in maintaining department supplies for  areas of use by staff, and follow Seattle Children’s policies and procedures. Volunteers will work at all times under the supervision of a licensed Pharmacist or Pharmacy technician.

Pharmacy Volunteer Requirements:

  • Must be 18 years of age with High School Diploma or GED Equivalent
  • Must commit to 100 hours of service on a regular weekly three-hour shift for a duration of at least 10 consecutive months including summer
  • Must complete required vaccinations and consent to state background check
  • Must have or acquire an active Washington State Pharmacy Assistant License

Volunteer Application Process (Pharmacy volunteers only; please see our website for other roles):

  • Email to request an application or to answer any questions
  • Submit application and two letters of reference
  • Volunteer Services will contact you to schedule an interview once all materials are received within two weeks of issuing application
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Save the date: Hand2Hand Health Career Banquet

8th Annual Health Career Banquet

On  Saturday, April 29th, UW’s pre-health community service based RSO, Hand2Hand, will be hosting their annual Health Career Banquet!

The Health Career Banquet allows groups of students who are interested in health care to interact and have dinner with a health professional of their choice, ranging from a multitude of careers and specialities, to help them on their way to becoming the next generation of healthcare professionals. This is a great event for UW students to learn more about the road into healthcare, explore new careers and interact with those who have embarked on a similar path. Currently, we have three medical doctors, four adult / registered nurse practitioners, two physical therapists, two pharmacists, and one dietician confirmed to attend.

Doors open at 5:00 pm and dinner will begin at 5:30 pm in Room 250 of the HUB.

Tickets will be available in the coming weeks, so be sure to keep an eye out for the next announcement!

More information about the event and attending health professionals can be found on Facebook at:

We at Hand2Hand appreciate you taking the time to consider spreading the word of our event, and hope to hear from you soon.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at or Hand2Hand at

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