ABRCMS aims to encourage minority students to pursue a career in STEM. CC students can secure a summer research program, hear other leaders in STEM, and even present your own research. This is a 4-day conference with over 5,000 attendees. You can hear research presented by other post and undergrad students & meet with other exhibitors and program directors.
SCOPE is very unique in that it provides student leadership opportunities, overseen by the physician director and founders of SCOPE, and the possibility for creativity and initiative in improving the program. For example, the interpreter program, which is one of the biggest benefits SCOPE gives the hospital (largely because there are no in-house interpreters on weekend and overnight shifts) would not have been possible without student initiative.
CSD uses a family-centric, multidisciplinary, multicultural, and evidence-based approach to treating individuals with autism and other developmental delays. Jobs are open for different positions and different locations!
MiMentor develops and supports innovative and inclusive mentoring opportunities to inspire the next generation of diverse healthcare leaders for underserved communities. They provide events and workshops for a range of professions and meant for undergrad and grad students. To access their events, you must sign up on their website!
The goal of the SUMMA Conference is to increase the diversity of health professions with a focus on underrepresented minority students. It is designed to increase the number of minorities accepted into medical schools nationwide. The SUMMA Conference achieves these goals by offering a variety of workshops, presentations by key faculty and staff, mock interviews, networking with exhibitors representing medical and health profession schools from across the nation, and opportunities to meet Stanford medical students from similar backgrounds and cultures.
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