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College Summer Programs at Brandeis, Cornell, Emory, Harvard, Notre Dame, Penn, Stanford, or Yale – High School Junior- Deadline 3/26/14

March 7, 2014

Deadline: March 26, 2014


Program for HS Juniors (rising HS seniors)

Full Scholarships to College Summer Programs at Brandeis, Cornell, Emory, Harvard, Notre Dame, Penn, Stanford, or Yale

QuestBridge has partnered with Brandeis, Cornell, Emory, Harvard, Notre Dame, Penn, Stanford, and Yale to offer students a unique opportunity to take college-level courses at a top-tier university while residing in a dormitory with peers from across the country. These scholarships offer outstanding low-income students a special chance to experience life beyond high school and to gain first-hand experience on what to expect from attending a selective college.

http://www.questbridge.org/for-students/cps-summer-programs

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College Preg Scholarship through QuestBridge- High School Juniors- Deadline 3/26/14

February 28, 2014

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The 2014 College Prep Scholarship application is now open 

Submit the QuestBridge application by March 26.

 

QuestBridge’s College Prep Scholarship provides opportunities designed to help outstanding low-income high school juniors prepare to apply to top colleges. More than 2,000 students will be selected as College Prep Scholars and will receive one or more awards that will make them stronger applicants to selective colleges.

 

The QuestBridge College Prep Scholarship is designed for high school juniors who have shown outstanding academic ability despite facing economic challenges. Most College Prep Scholars come from households earning less than $60,000 annually and have experienced long-term economic hardship.

Eligibility:

  • Students must be juniors who are planning to apply to college during the fall of their senior year.
  • Citizenship requirements: U.S. citizens, Permanent Residents, and international students attending high school in the United States are eligible to apply for the College Prep Scholarship.

Full Scholarship to Study Medicine in Cuba- Deadline 3/14/14

February 27, 2014

Deadline: March 14, 2014

[This activity is approved by the U.S. Department of State.]

The Latin American School of Medicine (LASM), in Havana, Cuba, was founded in 1998, as Cuba’s response to the devastation of Hurricanes Mitch and Georges.  Cuba understood that, if the poorest regions in our hemisphere were able to develop adequate healthcare infrastructures, they could save as many lives every year as had been lost in the hurricanes.  The Cubans offered full scholarships to enroll at LASM to young people from the nations affected by the hurricanes — on the sole condition that, once they graduated, they would return to their home countries and offer low-cost health services in their own underserved communities.

This exceptionally generous offer of a world-class full-scholarship medical education is also being extended to students from the US.

The offer to US students was made because of Cuba’s recognition that millions in the US have little or no access to affordable health care; and that many young people in the US don’t even dare to dream of studying medicine because of the economic costs.  Students from communities of color and low-income communities are especially encouraged to apply to the program.

Applicant criteria:

  • Be US citizens (with US passport)
  • Be between the ages of 18 and 25 by the time of MATRICULATION
  • Must have completed the following college-level, pre-med science courses:
    • One year of biology with lab (Biology I and II with labs)
    • One year of chemistry with lab (General Chemistry I and II with labs)
    • One year of organic chemistry with lab (Organic Chemistry I and II with labs)
    • One year of physics with lab (Physics I and II with labs)
  • Be physically and mentally fit
  • Come from the humblest and neediest communities in the US
  • Be committed to practice medicine in poor and underserved US communities after graduation

http://www.ifconews.org/node/707

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Undergraduate Cancer Research Training Program (UCRTP) @ UCLA- Undergraduate- Deadline 3/1/14

February 26, 2014

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The Center to Eliminate Cancer Health Disparities at the Charles Drew University (CDU) and the Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center at UCLA (UCLA) are hosting a great summer internship opportunity for undergraduate students.

 The Undergraduate Cancer Research Training Program (UCRTP) is a summer internship to train undergraduates in technical and critical thinking skills in a laboratory, clinical, or community setting. The goal of the UCRTP is to ensure that each undergraduate student acquires the knowledge, skills, and attitude to become a proficient researcher in cancer research. Research topics include but are not limited to molecular, cell, developmental biology and genetics of cancer; the influence of lifestyle choices, diet, and exercise on cancer risk; and translating basic research into cancer therapeutic agents. Each student intern acquires training by working on a hypothesis-driven scientific research project, at CDU or UCLA, alongside a designated mentor during the course of 8-12 weeks. A stipend is provided to students in the program. The internship is competitive, and applications are due on March 1, 2014.

This is a great opportunity for students to gain research experience so please feel free to forward this information among your students, faculty, and interested programs. The UCRTP brochure is attached to this email which can be posted or distributed to others who might be interested in hearing more about our program. We can mail you printed materials if you are interested in keeping them on file or display. We are also happy to come and present the program information during internship or job fairs coming up. Please see the link below for more information about the program and how students may submit an application:

 

Eligibility

 

Student must:

be low income or underrepresented minority (African American, Mexican American/Chicano, Hispanic American/Latino, Native American, Asian Pacific Islander, Native Alaskan or Native Hawaiian)
be an undergraduate freshman, sophomore, or junior
have a minimum 3.0 GPA
Have completed college-level general biology and introductory chemistry.

http://cdrewu-dcrt.org/education_training.aspx?page=undergrad_apply

Secondary School Program @ Harvard- High School Students- Deadline March through May

February 26, 2014

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Program from 6/21/14 to 8/9/14

A college program at Harvard for high school students

Wondering what college is like? Experience it yourself this summer in Harvard’s Secondary School Program.

Take real Harvard courses

Alongside college and adult students, you can earn college credit in Harvard courses and explore subjects not available at your high school. You study with distinguished faculty, use state-of-the-art labs, and have access to the largest university library system in the world.

The online application period is open

  • If an international student, apply by April 14
  • If applying for financial aid, apply by March 24
  • If not applying for financial aid, apply by May 5

https://www.summer.harvard.edu/programs/secondary-school

Udall Scholarship- Undergraduate- Deadline 3/5/14

February 26, 2014
  • March 4, 2014
    Deadline to register students for the online application
     
  • March 5, 2014
    Online applications must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. MST. 

Scholarships are offered in any of three categories to students who have demonstrated commitment to careers related to the environment including policy, engineering, science, education, urban planning and renewal, business, health, justice, economics, and other related fields.

To apply you must be a sophomore or junior-level student, enrolled full-time at a two-year or four-year accredited institution of higher education in the United States, pursuing a bachelor’s or associate’s degree during the 2013-2014 academic year.

  • “Sophomore” is defined as a student who has completed at least one year of full-time undergraduate study and intends at least two more years of full-time undergraduate study beginning in fall 2014.
  • “Junior” is defined as a student who intends at least one more year of full-time undergraduate study beginning in fall 2014.
  • Students may apply for funding in both their sophomore and junior years; 3rd time applicants, however, will not be eligible.
 

https://udall.gov/OurPrograms/MKUScholarship/ForCandidates.aspx

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Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships- Deadline 3/4/14

January 29, 2014
Deadline: March 4, 2014

This scholarship provides awards for U.S. undergraduate students who are receiving Federal Pell Grant funding at a two-year or four-year college or university to participate in study abroad programs worldwide.

The Gilman Scholarship Program is open to U.S. citizen undergraduate students who are planning to study and intern abroad. The program aims to diversify the kinds of students who study and intern abroad and the countries and regions where they go by supporting undergraduates who might otherwise not participate due to financial constraints.

 
http://www.iie.org/Programs/Gilman-Scholarship-Program
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Free Kaplan Anatomy Coloring Book- ending 1159pm Pacific 3/16/2013

February 28, 2013

Would you rather carry around a book or cadaver?  Until they create a handy cadaver carrying case, color yourself to anatomy bliss with this.  …But make sure to color inside the lines.

For a chance to win a free, brand new Kaplan Anatomy Color Book and 24 color pencils please follow contest instructions:

1.’Like’ this post 2. Add a comment below with what you will color first. 3. Share with a friend.

We will randomly select 1 lucky person to win! Contest ends at 1159pm pacific time on 3/16/2013. Good luck!

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Premed of color is opening up their vault of freebies.  Every month we will give away something medicine inspired.  Enjoy!

Do you want to donate something to Premed of Color for us to give away?  Contact us at post@premedofcolor.org.

Association of American Indian Physicians Pre-Admission Conference in Phoenix, AZ- 3/21-24/2013

February 28, 2013

Phoenix, AZ | March 21 – 24, 2013

What: 2013 Pre-Admission Workshop (PAW)

WHEN: March 21-24, 2013

WHERE: Phoenix, AZ

CO SPONSORS: AAIP and the Four Corners Alliance. The Four Corners Alliance is a partnership between the medical schools of the University of Arizona, Phoenix, the University of Arizona, Tucson; the University of Colorado; the University of New Mexico and the University of Utah.

Who Should Attend: American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) undergraduate and graduate students interested in pursuing a career in the allied health or medicine.

About: The application process to medical and health programs can be intense and competitive.  Majority of programs require MCAT, personal statement, letters of recommendation, personal interviews or more, and will vary depending on the program and school.  The Pre-Admission Workshop will be an intense two days, which will give participants the necessary tools and preparation to have strong applications to medical or health programs.

Scholarships Available: Scholarships are awarded on a one-time basis and will cover airfare, lodging and meals.

Workshop Topics Include:

  • MCAT preparation
  • Selecting a professional school
  • Developing a personal statement
  • Obtaining letters of recommendations
  •  Financial aid and scholarship resources
  • How to prepare for interviews
  • Mock interviews with physicians
  • How to fill out AMCAS application
  • Physician & medical student panel presentations
  • Networking opportunity with faculty, staff and fellow medical student

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

Up to $5000 for undergraduates interested in Native American health care- Deadline 3/1/2013

February 28, 2013

Deadline:* March 1, 2013*

Scholarships are offered in any of three categories:

To students who have demonstrated commitment to careers related to the environment including policy, engineering, science, education, urban planning and renewal, business, health, justice, economics, and other related field.

The Foundation expects to award 50 scholarships of up to $5000 and 50 honorable mentions to sophomore and junior level college students committed to careers related to the environment, tribal public policy, or Native American health care.

Contact Your Faculty Representative.
Students are nominated by their college or university’s faculty representative, who is the liaison between the institution and the Foundation. Interested students should contact their FacRep as soon as
possible for information on their university’s nomination process. Many universities have institutional deadlines several months in advance of the Foundation’s application deadline.

http://www.udall.gov/OurPrograms/MKUScholarship/MKUScholarship.aspx


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