This is where all the posts are going to show up with upcoming events and activities. I’ll try to keep this updated regularly!
Biomedical Ethics Dinner
Wednesday, September 30th from 5-6 pm in BC 221
Bring your tray and join the Pre-Health Club for a dinner discussion on Biomedical Ethics. Planned Parenthood blowing up your Facebook newsfeed? Read the article on fetal tissue research (or not!):
WHAT: Biomedical Ethics Dinner
WHEN: Sept 30th
WHERE: BC 221
WHAT TIME: 5-6p
The assistant director of admissions from Marquette University School of Dentistry will be visiting. This is a great opportunity to learn about the admissions process as well as hear about Marquette’s distinct academic programs and opportunities.
WHAT: Marquette University Visit
WHEN: Sept. 28 2015
WHAT TIME: 4:30p
WHERE: BC 143
What: Grad and Health Professions Virtual Fair
Interested in connecting with Health Professions Schools? Chat with representatives from Augsburg’s Physician Assistant (PA) and Nursing programs; Des Moines University’s Osteopathic medicine (DO), Physical Therapy (PT), PA, and Public Health programs, Mayo Clinic’s PT and PA programs, among MANY others – follow the link below for the full list! Make sure to register in advance to take full advantage of this opportunity.
Registered Schools/Programs Listed Here: https://www.careereco.com/details/minnesota-grad
Register Here: https://www.careereco.com/events/minnesota-grad
Northfield EMT class starts on September 21! It a divided course that runs both semesters of the 2015-16 year with the exception of all St. Olaf breaks and Interim. It is also conventionally located in downtown Northfield.
by Friday 9/18 at 9 am to secure their place in the class.
This Friday, Sept. 18th @ 3pm in BC 142 (UNDSET ROOM) join Dr. Thomas Quinn, the Assistant Dean for Medical School Admissions at Creighton University’s SOM, for a discussion on the admissions process and Creighton’s unique academic programs and opportunities.
WHAT: Creighton Medical School Dean of Admission @ StOlaf
WHERE: BC 142
WHEN: Friday Sept 18
WHAT TIME: 3pm
When: 9/11/15 –> TODAY
Where: In front of buntrock [look for tables and people :) ]
What Time: 5pm-7pm
What Should You Do as a Pre-Health Student: Look for Clubs that are interesting to you and consider joining them. You can always unsubscribe from club mailing list if you are no longer interested. **Sign up for the Pre-Health Club**
HealthFinders is looking for student interns for the upcoming term.
Deadline is September 20th.
If you are interested please go to our website on “Get Involved” tab (http://healthfindersmn.org/getinvolved/
) There are specific details on each position that will be available. Position descriptions are also attached.
We are currently looking to hire for the following positions:
o Communications and Development Intern ( 2 interns)
o Clinical Coordinator Intern ( 2 interns)
o Child Care Interns (4 interns)
o Teen Outreach Program Intern (2 interns)
HealthFinders is a non-profit organization that provides free healthcare access to community members in Rice County through its primary care clinics and wellness programs. Positions available range from communications and development interns to Coordinating our Clinics in Faribault and Dundas. Interns will be expected to have office hours and hours in clinic, depending on the position.
Students’ time commitments for our internships also vary according to the position they hold. However, the average hours logged a week during the school year are 5-15 hours. Specific hours and descriptions can be found under each position’s description on the website.
Please note that the application deadline is September 20th. Interviews will be held on Sept 23 and 24th with hiring selection on the 25th of September.