The BRAINterns Webinar Series is a groundbreaking program offered by the Lenox Hill Department of Neurosurgery for anyone interested in healthcare through virtual platforms. Students will get an opportunity to learn from renowned surgeons, PAs, NPs and administrative staff to increase their work experience and enhance their CVs.!
Registration is now open and the internship will start on July 1, 2021
Thursday, May 27, 2021. 2–6 pm PST
The Western Association of Advisors for the Health Professions (WAAHP) is sponsoring an upcoming pre-health virtual conference for students. This conference is appropriate for current students and graduates pursuing any health profession. The event is jammed packed with a keynote, Health Professions Fair, and two workshop sections! Connect and learn from others during this interactive event.
The cost is $5. But Marie Dutton, advisor at University of San Francisco and on the program planning committee, has shared her promo code: USFdons so that De Anza students can register for free!
HPW Week is designed to provide reliable, accessible resources to explore careers in the health professions. Both high school and college students are able to explore over 20 different healthcare professions, including physician assistant, dental professions, pharmacy, osteopathic medicine, and more. This event lasts over a span of six days, which on the last day participants are able to live chat with professionals and current students from these professions.
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.
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.
Learn about available and recent opportunities to participate in!