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Postgraduate Fellowships for Women from Sub-Saharan Africa and Least Developed Countries- Deadline 7/31/14

July 10, 2014
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Deadline: July 31, 2014
The scheme provides fellowships to young female students from Sub-Saharan African countries and/or LDCs, to enable them to pursue postgraduate studies leading to Ph.D., degrees, at centres of excellence (renowned research institutions/universities). The institute must be in a developing country other than the applicant’s home country. The fellowship is offered to carry out postgraduate research in the natural sciences. Each fellowship will be offered for three years and will cover travel expenses, a modest monthly living allowance, the amount of which will be determined in consultation with the host institution.
http://owsd.ictp.it/activities/postgraduate-training-fellowships

Eligibility

The fellowships are open to qualified young women science graduates (generally below 40 years of age) from countries in Sub-Saharan Africa and/or LDCs.

The minimum qualification of applicants is an MSc degree (or equivalent), or an outstanding BSc honours degree, in the natural sciences, engineering or information technology disciplines.

Applicants already on site in the host country will not be considered eligible.

The host institute where the applicant wishes to pursue her doctorate degree must be in a developing country other than her own.

The applicant must be willing to return to her own country after completion of the fellowship.

NB: APPLICANTS FROM LEAST DEVELOPED COUNTRIES (SEE LIST BELOW) ARE PARTICULARLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.

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Spirit of EAGLES scholarships for AAIP Annual Meeting- 7/22-27/2014

July 8, 2014

https://www.aaip.org/events/m.calendar/73/view/27

Premed Conference for American Indian/Alaskan Native students- Denver, CO- undergrad graduate students- 7/22-23/14

July 8, 2014

July 2014 Pre-Admission Workshop

https://www.aaip.org/media/news/m.blog/76/aaip-2014-pre-admission-workshop

Attention American Indian/Alaska Native Undergraduate and Graduate Students

What:  July 2014 Pre-Admission Workshop (PAW)

When:  July 22-23, 2014

Where:  Denver Hyatt Tech Center, Denver, CO

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 2014 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 Monday, July 7, 2014.

To apply for the July 2014 PAW, please click on the link below to access the application.

July 2014 Minnesota PAW Application

For more information, please contact AAIP at 405-946-7072 or email Gary Lankford at glankford@aaip.org

Association of American Indian Physicians Health Conference- 7/29/2013 to 8/4/2013

April 15, 2013

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AAIP 42nd Annual Meeting Registration Open

Registration is now open for the 42nd AAIP Annual Meeting and Health Conference!

Conference Information

“Promoting Wellness in Native American Communities Through Exercise, Disease Prevention and Traditional Healing”

Where:  Hyatt Regency Santa Clara, Santa Clara, California

When:  July 29 – August 4, 2013

Conference Objectives:

The 42nd AAIP Annual Meeting activities will provide:

1. A forum for various healthcare professionals to present and discuss their work regarding exercise promotion and disease prevention in Native communities through presentations, workshops and panel discussions.

2. A national meeting for student recruitment into health professions.

http://aaip.org/archives/4669

CDC Disease Dectective Camp and Junior Camp- High Schoolers and rising 7th and 8th graders in Atlanta, GA- June and July 2013

March 15, 2013

CDC Summer Camps

The David J. Sencer CDC Museum continues to offer its popular summer program for high school students:

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  • CDC Disease Detective Camp is a week-long day camp for rising high school juniors and seniors that exposes students to epidemiology, the field of public health and the diverse career opportunities within the field of public health. Two separate, but identical iterations of the camp are held each summer.
    • Dates: June 17-21 and July 22-26, 2013
    • Times: 8:45am–4:00pm
    • Location: CDC, 1600 Clifton Road, Atlanta, GA

Applications for this program will be available for download in December 2012.

The David J. Sencer CDC Museum is also excited to offer pilots of two new summer educational experiences:

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  • CDC Junior Disease Detective Camp (Junior Camp): The Junior Camp is a three-day camp for rising 7th and 8th graders.  Attendees will learn basic epidemiologic terms and sample a number of public health fields.
    • Dates: June 10-12 and July 15-17, 2012
    • Times: 8:30am–3:00pm
    • Location: CDC, 1600 Clifton Road, Atlanta, GA

William Randolph Hearst Endowed Fellowship for Minority Students- Internship for Undergrad and Grad students- Deadline 7/13/2012

June 19, 2012

The Aspen Institute Program on Philanthropy and Social Innovation (PSI) in Washington, DC, offers the William Randolph Hearst Endowed Fellowship three times annually.  The fellowship, which is based on academic excellence and need, is open to both undergraduate and graduate students of color. The Hearst Fellow serves as an internwith PSI in the Washington, DC office of the Aspen Institute.  Through this fellowship, PSI seeks to introduce a diverse group of students to issues and challenges affecting philanthropy, social enterprise, nonprofit organizations, and other actors in the social sector.  Recipients may arrange with their colleges or universities to receive academic credit for this experience.

The Aspen Institute Program on Philanthropy and Social Innovation seeks to inform and maximize the impact of grantmaking foundations, nonprofit organizations, social enterprises, and public-private partnerships through leadership development initiatives, convenings, and communications so that each can contribute to the good society at home and abroad.

Activities:
In his or her internship, the Hearst Fellow undertakes research, writing, logistical, and administrative support for PSI’s leadership initiatives, public programs, and convenings.

Requirements:
Candidates for this fellowship are highly motivated, current, non-graduating graduate or undergraduate students from underrepresented communities of color. 

Each candidate should have an excellent academic record and also have the following:
Demonstrated interest or experience in nonprofit organizations, philanthropy, and the social sector;
Excellent research and writing skills;
Demonstrated financial need; and
U.S. citizenship or U.S. permanent residency.

This is not a scholarship. The student must be able to work as an intern for 12-15 weeks in the Washington, DC, office of the Aspen Institute during the academic semester in which the fellowship is awarded.  Fall and Spring interns will work part-time (15-20 hours per week) and Summer interns will be full-time.  All travel and housing costs must be covered by the student.
http://www.aspeninstitute.org/policy-work/nonprofit-philanthropy/leadership-initiatives/hearst

NHMA presents “Health Care Reform Implementation”- 6/30/11 Washington, DC- 7/1/11 El Paso, TX

June 18, 2011

The National Hispanic Medical Association in partnership with the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and local organizations invites you to “Health Care Reform Implementation.”

You are invited to our 4th regional discussion to be held in Washington DC on June 30th from 6-9:00pm and our 5th in El Paso, TX July 1st from 6-8:30pm. Please see attached invites for specific information regarding each event.

Washington DC Invite

El Paso, TX Invite

National Council of La Raza (NCLR)-Deadline July 15

June 29, 2009

National Council of La Raza (NCLR)

Research Internship in Puerto Rico office for one graduate student or college senior with a 3.4 GPA interested in doing education, public policy, demographic and/or health research on children in Puerto Rico. This is a four month internship that begins August 3, 2009, at $10 an hour for 20 hours per week.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, 5 to 10 page English writing sample, and three references to nclr-pr@nclr.org by July 15, 2009 or the address below:

NCLR Puerto Rico Office
654 Munoz Rivera Avenue, Suite 1003
San Juan, PR 00918-4130

Si Se Puede Scholarship-Deadline July 10th

June 22, 2009

The “Si Se Puede” Medical School Application Scholarship was developed in 2004 to assist pre-medical students with the financial burden of applying to accredited U.S. Medical Schools. Full funding of the AMCAS® OR AACOMAS® initial one school registration fee plus partial funding for additional schools is anticipated. Award amount for scholarship is dependent upon funding raised annually. Personal qualities, financial need, academic and extracurricular achievement will be taken into consideration in the selection process. Deadline July 10th, 2009; This is NOT a postmark deadline. Please submit ALL materials to the VP of Scholarships by email at VP_Scholarship@lmsa.net.

ELIGIBILITY

  • Must be committed to pursuing a career in medicine and dedicated to serving the Latino and underserved communities.
  • Applicants should demonstrate a desire to advance the state of healthcare and education in Latino and underserved communities through leadership in extracurricular activities and/or membership in civic organizations.
  • Eligible applicants should be applying for matriculation into medical school in 2010.
  • Students interested in applying to Allopathic and/or Osteopathic Schools of Medicine are welcome to apply.
  • Funds can be used for AMCAS® OR AACOMAS® registration fees. Original receipts and other pertinent documents must be submitted for award to be distributed. Winners will receive details with notification of award. LMSA reserves the right to withdraw or withhold scholarship pending submission of necessary documents.

For information you can follow the link below.

http://lmsa.net/default.asp?contentID=9

You can also look for other resources on their home page at:

http://lmsa.net

Medical School Application Scholarship- Undergrads applying to medical school- Deadline 7/10/2009

May 12, 2009

The “Si Se Puede” Medical School Application Scholarship was developed in 2004 to assist pre-medical students with the financial burden of applying to accredited U.S. Medical Schools. Full funding of the AMCAS® OR AACOMAS® initial one school registration fee plus partial funding for additional schools is anticipated. Award amount for scholarship is dependent upon funding raised annually. Personal qualities, financial need, academic and extracurricular achievement will be taken into consideration in the selection process.

ELIGIBILITY
• Must be committed to pursuing a career in medicine and dedicated to serving the Latino and underserved communities.
• Applicants should demonstrate a desire to advance the state of healthcare and education in Latino and underserved communities through leadership in extracurricular activities and/or membership in civic organizations.
• Eligible applicants should be applying for matriculation into medical school in 2010.
• Students interested in applying to Allopathic and/or Osteopathic Schools of Medicine are welcome to apply.
• Funds can be used for AMCAS® OR AACOMAS® registration fees. Original receipts and other pertinent documents must be submitted for award to be distributed. Winners will receive details with notification of award. LMSA reserves the right to withdraw or withhold scholarship pending submission of necessary documents.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: July 10th, 2009 This is NOT a postmark deadline.
It is the student’s responsibility to submit a complete application and all supporting documents by the deadline, extensions will not be granted. Incomplete or late application materials will result in ineligibility. Please submit all materials to the VP of Scholarships by email at VP_Scholarship@lmsa.net or by mail to:

Attn: LMSA Scholarship- Irma Hernandez
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Dean’s Office CHS 12-159
10833 Le Conte Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1720

Please visit our scholarship page to find the application for this scholarship and others that are available at our website www.lmsa.net. If you have any further question please feel free to contact me.

Irma Hernandez
VP of Scholarship
Latino Medical Student Association


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