The Office of Admissions at Salus University is offering a series of online information sessions about our health professions programs this spring semester. During the Webinar Wednesdays series, information will be provided about our Optometry, Audiology, Occupational Therapy, Speech-Language Pathology and Physician Assistant programs - including facts about the profession, the curriculum, and admissions procedures and recommendations. Students will also be given the opportunity to ask questions and interact with Salus University Admissions Officers. Register to attend through the links below.
Friday & Saturday, May 30th & 31st and June 13th & 14th
Working in UNLV SDM's advanced pre-clinical laboratory, participating pre-dental students will gain valuable hands on experience and will discover what the preclinical portions of dental school are really like. The course will help to confirm your interest in dentistry and make you a stronger applicant!
During the course you will:
Friday May & Saturday, May 30th & 31st
At Roseman University CODM, pre-dental students will not only experience our new state-of-the-art facility but will also learn about treating patients as a whole. When participants finish the 2-day simulation course they will have gained an appreciation for both the pre-clinical and clinical aspects of dental school. We are confident this course will be skill as well as application building.
Cost: Fee: $200
How many: this course is limited to 80 students
How to sign up: http://www.rosemanadea.com/pre-dental-sim-course/
June 18th-20th and July 16th-18th
The Admissions and Student Affairs Office at UC Berkeley's School of Optometry is pleased to announce that we will host our 9th annual summer Opto-Camp program! We will offer two sessions this summer, June 18-20 and July 16-18. Open to all, the goal of Berkeley Optometry's Opto-Camp is to provide pre-health science/pre-optometry majors, especially those who are underrepresented in the profession and/or first-generation college students, with in-depth information about Optometry as a career track and to prepare attendees to be successful applicants to optometry school. Please note that there is a $125 program fee for those selected to attend, however, we are also offering a limited amount of scholarships per session.
Program specifics and the application are linked here: http://optometry.berkeley.edu/admissions/opto-camp. The application deadline is Monday, April 28, 2014. Questions about Opto-Camp can be directed to Heather Iwata (email@example.com).
Friday & Saturday, July 18th & 19th
Ever wonder what it would be like to be a dental student at Marquette Dental?
Weekend activities include:
Cost (2 options):
If you have any questions about Pre-Dental weekend, please email Phillip Crum at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Licensed caregiving company currently hiring CNA's and experienced caregivers looking for part-time hours.
Please call 801-901-8512. Apply online at: www.orem.caretostayhome.com
Employer is looking for responsible, motivated, and hard working idividuals who love to care for those in need by provinding CNA services. CNA's needed in Utah County Area. Work starts immediately! As a CNA, you will be providing home health care services to patients in the comfort of their homes. This includes helping prepare meals, bathing, dressing, housekeeping, and other daily living essentials. Very competitive pay rates. No experience required but recommended. CNA license needed. Flexible morning and evening schedules are available, some nights and/or weekends are required. Must be 18 to apply.
Please e-mail your resume to Larena at Larena@sunrisehhh.com or call 801-374-6553
Let your experience help others! FAs are assigned two or more freshmen with whom they are expected to develop a supporting relationship. Through that relationship, FAs positively assist the freshman to succeed at the University level. As an FA, you will be the conduit to programs on campus, where the students can find expert help in overcoming obstacles to their education.
The Freshman Advocate program is a meaningful opportunity to positively impact someone else's future. Additionally, it is a great way to complete service hour requirements and have something positive to add to your resume. You will receive valuable training in mentoring, which will be of great benefit throughout the remainder of your life.
Requirements to be an FA:
If you are interested in a Freshman Advocate position, please complete the application at: https://orgsync.com/52192/forms/62139. There is a limited number of FAs accepted each semester, so please submit your application now.
Our mission is to eliminate Alzheimer's disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health. We are looking for interns that share this same passion. This position is open to all majors
Interns will have the following responsibilities:
Interns will have the following qualifications:
Please send resume to Ronnie Daniel at email@example.com
Looking for long term volunteer opportunities to help build your resume for medical
and dental school applications? The Hrdina Project at UVU is the perfect club for
We help teachers at Traverse Mountain Elementary by tutoring students, grading papers or whatever the teacher needs.
We make it extremely convenient for you; simply pay your club dues ($5) at the club office (LC101) and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your Name, Contact information and Weekly availability. We will contact the school and set up a time for you!
Please email us with any questions you may have.
The Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) is preparing for its summer camp sessions for the year 2014. Each year children between the ages of 6-17 with muscular dystrophy and related neuromuscular diseases are given the opportunity to attend a week of MDA Summer Camp at Kamas, Utah. Please enjoy this brief video of our 2013 camp, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FttmR-DwDXM
MDA is now recruiting volunteers for each session. The MDA Summer Camp will have two sessions held between August 9-August 14, 2014 and August 14- August 19, 2014 at the YMCA camp in Kamas, Utah.
More information about summer camp volunteers can be found on the MDA summer camp
pages at www.mda.org/clinics/camp.
To obtain a volunteer application or learn more about ways to support MDA's summer camp program, contact:
Pediatric Health Care Services Coordinator
GIANT Steps Autism Preschool is a treatment program through Wasatch Mental Health,
which provides services for autistic children (ages 3-5) and their parents. Volunteers
will care for autistic children on a weekly basis at Foothill Elementary School in
Orem (921 N. 1240 E.). Volunteers have the chance receive special training and experience
in different autism treatment methods.
This program offers unique, life-changing opportunities to volunteers:
GIANT Steps currently needs 6-8 volunteers to help on Thursday nights from 6:30 pm-8:30
pm (bi-monthly) and 8-9 volunteers to help during the hours of 9 am–3:30 pm, Tuesday-Friday
(a 2 hour weekly time commitment).
Volunteers must commit to the following minimum requirements:
Previous experience with autism is not required.
If you are interested in volunteering, please send a message with your answers to the following email@example.com
Please include your name, phone number, and preferred email address.
It is one thing to simply say you joined a club; it is quite another to be involved! UVU has several excellent clubs on campus especially for pre-health students. There are several Pre-Health Clubs on campus including Premed, Pre-Dental, Pre-PA, Pharmacy, Exercise Science, etc. These clubs provide great opportunities to those involved including but not limited to networking, service, and leadership experience. They also provide unique experiences for their members including the opportunity to interact with local healthcare professionals as well as representatives from health professions programs. All clubs at UVU are required to have club dues; this is a nominal fee which is used to help fund club events and activities. Get involved today!
To join a club, go to: http://uvu.orgsync.com/org/clubs
To pay your club dues, visit the Clubs Office (LC 101a) OR pay online.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR PAYING DUES ONLINE:
BYU Test prep has an upcoming Accelerated MCAT course for those who plan to take the MCAT this summer. This will be a great time to really focus on the MCAT material without all the stress of the semester's coursework. You do not need to be enrolled at BYU to participate.
WHEN: May 3-June 3
CLASSES HELD: Tuesdays and Thursdays: 5:00-9:00 p.m. Saturdays: 9:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Register at http://testprep.byu.edu Call 801-422-3550 or Visit 120 HCEB
Contact Trey Knowles, Test Prep Coordinator, if you have any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or (801)-422-4853
MCAT-2015 will be more than two hours longer and require knowledge of three new disciplines that are NOT required for the current form of the exam (Biochemistry, Psychology and Sociology). Test smart, by testing now—before these pending changes require you to complete three additional prerequisite courses and endure a significantly longer test day.
Students have three Altius course options that will prepare them for one of the remaining 2014-2015 test dates. The last possible date you can sit for the current form of the exam is January 23rd, 2015. A list of all of the possible exam dates between now and January 23rd is available here.
Every student should consult with their premedical advisor to devise a plan specific to their unique circumstances. In general, however, if you are relatively close to being ready to take the exam, testing before the MCAT change could be a very wise decision that saves you a significant amount of precious time and resources. Before taking the current form of the MCAT you will need to complete one year each of physics, biology, general chemistry, and organic chemistry. If you have only one or two semesters left to complete these classes you may want to consider wrapping them up more quickly by taking summer courses or independent study. It is also possible to finish one or two classes concurrently while taking the Altius program. Here are a few hypothetical examples to consider and discuss with your advisor:
Student #1: Has already finished General Chemistry and Biology and is finishing the 1st semester of O-Chem this spring. She still needs to take the 2nd semester of O-Chem and both semesters of Physics. This student could reasonably choose to take Physics over the summer, and finish their last semester of O-Chem concurrently while taking the Altius Short-Track Program during the fall of 2014. She would then take a January 2015 exam.
Student #2: Is currently enrolled in the 2nd semesters of both General Chemistry and Biology. He still needs to take both semesters of Physics and both semesters of O-Chem. While potentially possible, finishing all of these prerequisites, PLUS an MCAT prep course before January 2015 will be very difficult and is likely to negatively impact his grades. This student is most likely better off to focus the entire 2014-15 school year on wrapping up their prerequisites--including the new sociology, psychology and biochemistry requirements--and then take MCAT-2015 sometime thereafter.
Student #3: Has finished all of his prerequisites except for the 2nd semester of Physics. This student could easily complete that final semester during the fall of 2014 and sit for a January 2015 exam. He could even take the 2014 Summer Full-Immersion Program given the fact that most of the physics topics on the MCAT come from the 1st semester and the Altius program can easily teach him the remaining subjects from scratch.
There are many reasons, so you'll want to check out our website and do your own careful research to understand them all. Here a few reasons to choose Altius just to get you started:
Space truly is limited. Over the last two months we have been working almost daily with students from around the country who wanted to start prepping now, but are unable to because our current courses are all full. We don't use the "space is limited" gimmick like so many other programs do to give some false sense of urgency. However, we do want students to be aware that these courses will fill to capacity and there is no way to "squeeze in" additional students once our private tutors are full.
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