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2014 Hispanic Heritage Youth Awards-rising High School Senior- Deadline 9/15/14

April 26, 2014

Rising high school seniors can now apply for the 2014 Hispanic Heritage Youth Awards. The grants are awarded to Latinos who show leadership in the classroom and the community. Students across the country can apply from now until September 25.

Please forward the application to eligible students.

 

http://hhfawards.hispanicheritage.org/2014/forms/login.php

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Future Leadership Project SNMA- Deadline 9/15/13

August 28, 2013

APTR-CDC Preventive Medicine and Public Health Fellowship Program

August 28, 2013

Application Deadline: September 30, 2013

The Association for Prevention Teaching and Research is pleased to announce
a new fellowship opportunity in the Preventive Medicine and Public Health
Fellowship Program in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention (CDC). APTR is currently accepting applications for one
training position based at CDC in Atlanta, GA with a start date of January
2014. The Fellow will gain leadership experience in public health practice
and policy, access to state-of-the-art technology and national databases,
and will train with leading experts in the field of preventive medicine and
public health.

APTR is looking for applicants with a minimum of a master’s degree for the
following fellowship placement:

“Interprofessional Education Approach to Develop Public Health Practice &
Policy”

The complete application package including the fellowship description,
additional information and online application form can be found on the APTR
website at: http://www.aptrweb.org/?page=fellowships_cdc

NHMA Los Angeles Regional Event- 9/24/11

September 19, 2011

National Hispanic Medical Association Los Angeles regional event.

“Health Care Reform Update”

Check out the following link for more information.

NHMALosAngelesInvite with sponsors

The White House Internship: A Public Service Leadership Program-Due Sept 11

May 31, 2011

The White House Internship Program provides a unique opportunity to gain valuable professional experience and build leadership skills. This hands-on program is designed to mentor and cultivate today’s young leaders, strengthen their understanding of the Executive Office and prepare them for future public service opportunities.

The application period for the Spring 2012 White House Internship Program is now open. Applicants have until September 11, 2011 to apply for a Spring 2012 White House Internship.

For students interested in public policy, this is a great opportunity to gain experience.

The following individuals are eligible:

  • Graduating high school seniors who have enrolled and anticipate attending a college, community college, or university (two-to-four year institution)
  • Current undergraduate students
  • Current graduate-level students
  • College graduates who graduated within two years from an undergraduate or graduate school
  • Veterans of the United States Armed forces who possess a high school diploma or its equivalent and have served on active duty anytime in the past two years

 

For more information and to apply follow:

http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/internships

Grad-School Fairs – Various Dates

September 3, 2009

Grad-School Fairs
If you, or anyone you know, are thinking of going to grad-school next year for a degree with social impact, join us at one of the 17 fairs we’ll be hosting in North America this fall (registration is free).

Some examples of resources that will be available at these conferences include:

  • Environmental Sciences
  • Global and Public Health
  • International Affairs
  • Public Policy
  • Social Work
  • Many more
  • Here is the schedule for this fall:
    Sep 10 – New York, NY
    Sep 14 – Providence, RI
    Sep 15 – Boston, MA
    Sep 21 – Washington, DC
    Sep 23 – Pittsburgh, PA
    Oct 5 – Denver, CO
    Oct 7 – Minneapolis, MN
    Oct 12 – Chicago, IL
    Oct 13 – Phoenix, AZ
    Oct 15 – San Francisco, CA
    Oct 19 – Los Angeles, CA
    Oct 20 – Seattle, WA
    Oct 22 – Portland, OR
    Oct 29 – New Orleans, LA
    Oct 30 – Atlanta, GA
    Nov 3 – Virginia Beach, VA
    For more information, to register (it’s free but we need to know how many people will be there), and to see which schools will be at each fair, please go to:
    http://www.idealist.org/gradfairs

    Dr. Amanda Perez Scholarship for High School Students interested in Medicine- Deadline 9/18/2009

    August 28, 2009

    The “Dr. Amanda Perez” Scholarship was developed in 2008-09 to assist high school students who are interested in pursuing a career in medicine. Personal qualities, financial need, academic and extracurricular achievement will be considered in the selection process. Dr. Amanda Perez is an alumna of LMSA at the Charles Drew University Chapter, where she served as Medical Student Representative. She later was in charge of the Scholarship Program when she served on the Executive Board for the Western Region.

    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 accepted and will enroll in classes at a 4-year university in the 2009-10 academic year.
    -Students must be high school seniors graduating in June 2009 or freshmen at 4-year university during the 2009-10 academic year.
    -Students are eligible to receive the scholarship regardless of migratory status, provided the university they plan to attend will allow them to enroll and register for classes.

    For application visit www.lmsa.net and click on the “Scholarship” tab.

    Questions should be emailed to Irma Hernandez:

    VP_Scholarship@lmsa.net

    Please title your e-mail: The Dr. Amanda Perez Scholarship

    You may also check our FAQ online at www.lmsa.net .

    7th Annual AMSA ARC/UCD Pre-Med & Pre-Public Health Conference -October 3-4, 2009

    July 9, 2009

    7th Annual AMSA ARC/UCD Pre-Med & Pre-Public Health Conference:

    “Transforming Your Journey to Medicine”

    Keynote Speakers:
    -Darrel Kirsh, M.D., President & CEO, Association of American Medical Colleges
    -Lauren Hughes, M.D., MPH, National President, American Medical Student Association
    -More Keynotes to Come!

    Featuring Deans of Admission: Stanford, Harvard, UCSF, Yale, Johns Hopkins, UCLA, UC Davis, UC Irvine, USC, UCSD, Charles Drew, University of Chicago, University of Utah, Yale, University of Washington, Cornell, Northwestern, Mayo, Duke, University of Michigan, Tufts, Uniformed Services Health Sciences, Brown, Case Western, University of Pittsburg, University of Pennsylvania, Cleveland Clinic, Meharry, Loyola, Dartmouth, NYU, Jefferson Medical College, Touro, and Western Schools of Medicine , and much more!

    Also Current Medical Students from California & Beyond!

    Program Highlights: – Medical School Fair,
    – Community Service Fair,
    – MCAT Director from AAMC,
    – AMCAS Director,
    – How to Get Involved in your Community,
    – Inspirational Stories,
    – Counselor/Advisor Round Table. Informative Workshops:
    – Mock Interview,
    – Women in Medicine,
    – Financing Your Medical Education,
    – MCAT Game Plan,
    – Osteopathic Medicine,
    – Summer Programs,
    – Non-Traditional Students,
    – Personal Statement,
    – Over 60 Workshops!

    Saturday & Sunday October 3-4, 2009
    8:00 am to 6:00 pm (Sat) 8 am to 4:00 pm (Sun) (Check-in starts at 6:00 am)
    University of California at Davis Early
    Registration: $20 (until 9/18/09)
    Late Registration: $25 (9/19-9/25/09)
    At the Door: $40

    This conference has sold out the last 6 years Registration Fee Includes: Breakfast and Lunch (both days), Dinner (Saturday night) T-shirt, & Resource Manuals Discounted Hotel/ Limited Housing Available Early Registration Deadline September 25, 2009

    For Registration and more information,
    please visit online at

    www.AMSAARC.org

    National Health Service Corps Loan Repayment Program-September 30

    June 16, 2009

    Now accepting applications for Loan Repayment Awards funded by $200 million American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds. Applications will be accepted continuously until funds are expended or September 30, 2010, whichever comes first. The National Health Service Corps Loan Repayment Program provides $50,000 (or the outstanding balance of qualifying student loans if it is less than $50,000), tax free, to primary care medical, dental and mental health clinicians in exchange for two years of service at an approved site in a Health Professional Shortage Area. Upon completion of the service commitment, clinicians may be eligible to apply for additional support for extended service.

    Am I Eligible?

    * U.S. citizen or national

    * Trained and credentialed in an eligible primary care discipline:

    o Allopathic (MD) or Osteopathic (DO) Physician

    o Primary Care Nurse Practitioner

    o Certified Nurse-Midwife

    o Primary Care Physician Assistant

    o Dentist

    o Dental Hygienist

    o Health Service Psychologist

    o Licensed Clinical Social Worker

    o Psychiatric Nurse Specialist

    o Marriage and Family Therapist

    o Licensed Professional Counselor

    Below: Look at the website for more information

    http://nhsc.hrsa.gov/loanrepayment/

    Scholarship for High School Seniors- Deadline 9/18/2009

    June 2, 2009

    Deadline: September 18th, 2009

    The “Dr. Amanda Perez” Scholarship was developed in 2008-09 to assist high school students who are interested in pursuing a career in medicine. Personal qualities, financial need, academic and extracurricular achievement will be considered in the selection process. Dr. Amanda Perez is an alumna of LMSA at the Charles Drew University Chapter, where she served as Medical Student Representative. She later was in charge of the Scholarship Program when she served on the Executive Board for the Western Region.

    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 accepted and will enroll in classes at a 4-year university in the 2009-10 academic year.
    * Students must be graduating in 2009 or freshmen at 4-year university during the 2009-10 academic year.
    * Students are eligible to receive the scholarship regardless of migratory status, provided the university they plan to attend will allow them to enroll and register for classes.
    *Students do not need to be Latino to be eligible.

    For application visit www.lmsa.net and click on the “Scholarship” tab.

    Questions should be emailed to Irma Hernandez:
    VP_Scholarship@lmsa.net
    Please title your e-mail: The Dr. Amanda Perez Scholarship

    You may also check our FAQ online at www.lmsa.net .


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