Pre-Health Opportunities

Welcome to the Pre-Health Opportunities Page! Here, you will find information for pre-health students that ranges from Hopkins programming, to webinars, to medical school open houses. We hope you find these resources helpful as you explore the health professions and pursue your academic and career interests. Happy reading!

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ENT Practice Gap Year PositionOur well established, fast-paced private otolaryngology (ENT) practice, with multiple office locations in Maryland, is accepting resumes for:
Premed students and recent graduates from college who are taking a gap year while applying to medical school. This will be a full-time position beginning ASAP.
This position is hands-on and will allow the candidate to gain valuable medical experience and knowledge while being paid. As this is a fast-paced office the ideal candidate will have a high GPA, superior work ethic, high energy, and an outgoing and very friendly personality.

The following is a short testimonial from our current scribe: "My experience with Dr. Prasad's clinic has been extremely gratifying and has prepared me immensely for medical school. I chose to travel to all 3 offices to make the most of this opportunity and see the different clinic environments and patient populations. The welcoming clinic atmosphere is very conducive to learning and we also have a journal club where we discuss new research. I learned about diagnoses, treatments, and clinical skills that I can take with me to medical school and beyond."

Please send a resume and when you can start to:

Research Assistant – IDEA (Innovation+Design Enabling Access) InitiativeThis position provides an opportunity to work in the IDEA (Innovation + Design Enabling Access) Initiative at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, providing support to both the IDEA Initiative and ReAct – Action on Antibiotic Resistance. The IDEA Initiative seeks to reengineer how we bring health innovations to market to meet the needs of all populations, particularly those in resource-limited settings. IDEA is an interdisciplinary undertaking--one that requires policy and value chain analysis, systems thinking, and design innovation. By seeding and supporting market-shaping interventions with evidence-based analysis, the IDEA Initiative hopes to amplify the real-world impact of delivering technologies for global health, both in the U.S. and abroad. Dr. Anthony So serves as the Director of the IDEA Initiative and Professor of the Practice in the Department of International Health.

A key pillar of the IDEA Initiative is the ReAct Strategic Policy Program. Since 2005, ReAct has served as a global network spanning across five continents dedicated to tackling antibiotic resistance through evidence-based policy solutions. ReAct works with a broad range of stakeholders, including international organizations, governments, and civil society organizations to curb antimicrobial resistance. The Strategic Policy Program also serves as the Secretariat for the Antibiotic Resistance Coalition, a coalition of over 25 civil society organizations across human, veterinary, and environmental health that work together to address this growing global threat. The Antibiotic Resistance Coalition monitors various national and global policy processes and stakeholders, ensuring public accountability towards addressing antimicrobial resistance. The Strategic Policy Program also has ongoing work to support One Health awareness and action with the UN Food and Agriculture Organization and has worked on UNEP’s global report on environmental dimensions of antimicrobial resistance. The program has also organized a virtual global design sprint, Innovate4Health, to encourage student teams to innovate approaches to tackle emerging infectious diseases.

The IDEA Initiative, housed within the Department of International Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, is a program of scholarship, policy convening, and teaching on globalization and health equity, with a key focus on the innovation, access, and stewardship of antimicrobials in both healthcare delivery and agriculture. Over the years, our program has supported the work of intergovernmental organizations, from the World Health Organization and the UN Development Program to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization and Médecins sans Frontières. The program has also completed commissioned work for the Institute of Medicine, Global Commission on HIV and the Law, and the UK Review on Antimicrobial Resistance.

As part of its work, the ReAct Strategic Policy Program explores alternative policy models and strategies that would advance innovation, access and stewardship of antimicrobials and other complementary technologies such as diagnostics and vaccines, especially for those in low- and middle-income countries; develops and examines frameworks for monitoring and evaluating policies to respond to the challenge of antimicrobial resistance in both healthcare delivery and food production sectors; and organizes policy convenings of key stakeholders on these issues.

The IDEA Initiative is looking for a talented, part- or full-time Summer intern, with the potential for continued involvement, primarily focused on the ReAct Strategic Policy Program work that would bring exemplary analytic, communication and organizational skills to our work.

Depending on the individual’s qualifications and interests, we have several different projects around which the summer internship opportunity may be shaped:
• Support with organizing, researching, writing, and editing the ARC Newsletter, a monthly newsletter that covers policy updates and research literature for key policy influentials on antimicrobial resistance across the globe
• Support promotional and logistical efforts for Innovate4Health, an online collaborative design sprint looking for innovative and creative solutions to help address the issues of emerging infectious disease threats
• Conduct literature searches, produce infographics, and contribute to website development to support and disseminate research and policy analyses (we have ongoing projects on antibiotic innovation, food system and AMR, and environmental dimensions of AMR)
• Assist with the preparation of journal manuscripts, annual project reports, policy briefings, and/or fact sheets
• Support the IDEA Initiative in other program and research tasks as needed, including graphical outputs and social media

• Undergraduate or graduate student
• Strong written and oral communication skills, as well as interpersonal skills
• Highly organized with ability to set priorities among multiple tasks; ability to work well independently and as part of a team
• Effective use of Microsoft Office and other computer skills (e.g., Canva, Doodle Polls, Google Suite)

Preferred Qualifications
• Demonstrated interest or background in topics on health equity, innovation and access to medicines, antimicrobial resistance, and/or One Health dimensions of antimicrobial resistance (food system, environment)
• Previous research experience, particularly with quantitative data, value chain analyses, economic analyses, and/or biomedical research
• Experience with data collection and statistical data analysis as well as facility with spreadsheet analysis and software tools
• Experience with graphic design, website design, and other multimedia products, as well as experience designing and implementing social media campaigns

Interested candidates should send a cover letter addressing how their interests and qualifications might meet the needs of one or more of the potential project areas and a curriculum vitae to As we will review applications on a rolling basis, candidates should indicate their interest as soon as possible and their date of availability. If you have any questions regarding the position, please submit them in writing to
Volunteers needed for Every Meal Matters programBelow is our schedule for our Every Meal Matters food distribution program. If you are able to volunteer any of these dates to help distribute food boxes to our patients, please let me know. If your company is interested in “adopting” a center for food distribution, let’s talk!

*the first date each month is in Columbia, the second date is in Glen Burnie and the third date is in Randallstown.

2nd Monday of every month- We need help moving food from loading dock to our food pantry and then unpacking it. It takes about 3 hours in total.

If interested, please contact Becky Frank at
Research laboratory technician job postingI am a research scientist at Columbia University Irving Medical Center in New York, NY. We are looking to hire Research technician B for my scientific laboratory, drawing from students with an undergraduate degree in biology, biomedical science, chemistry or comparable scientific field. Our research group investigates the pathogenesis of Essential Tremor (ET), a prevalent neurological disorder about which little is known.

The following link will bring you to this job listing on the Columbia University website (Requisition no: 524795) where applicants place their resume and cover letter:

The technician will be responsible for, but not limited to, performing a wide variety of histological and molecular biology procedures on humanpostmortem brain tissue samples for several projects in the lab. Techniques include vibratoming, immunohistochemistry, Western blots, post-mortembrain catalog/organizing and extensive microscopy work. The technician will perform quantitative morphologic analyses, including collectingmicroscopic images and characterizing axonal and synaptic changes and a variety of other neuropathologic parameters. Further duties will includeorganizing the storage of formalin fixed brain samples and histology slides, data management, and performing other related tasks that are necessaryto the functioning of the laboratory. Technician will work in concert with other lab personnel to both perform experiments and analyze data fromexperiments essential for grant objectives, while also organizing and cataloging formalin fixed brain samples. Responsibilities include, but are notlimited to, preparing samples for histology core, prepare samples for cutting via vibratome or cryostat, perform immunnohistochemical staining,perform protein extractions and western blot analysis, image-stained brain sections, analyze stained brain sections with quantitative microscopicmethods, and organize data from experiments for manuscript preparation

Please contact me (212-305-7345; with any further questions.

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A variety of mental health-related courses, many of which touch upon the Covid-19 pandemic
Online course offerings
The option of taking courses for either credit or non-credit
A certificate of completion for all courses taken
Tuition remission for JHU faculty and staff
The Institute focuses on methodological and substantive topics in mental health and substance-use research. It is intended for working professionals or students who are interested in developing research expertise in the epidemiology of mental health and substance use disorders, the implementation and evaluation of mental health services and interventions, and/or the methodological issues encountered in mental health research in the population. Our experts are not only training the next generation of public health leaders, they are leading the way in research areas, including the mental health implications of Covid-19.

After completing the program, participants will understand the latest findings on the occurrences of mental health and substance use disorders in the population and their implications for public mental health; know the steps involved in the scientific, empirical evaluation of services and interventions targeted for mental health outcomes; and acquire the skills and knowledge needed in using the state of the art methodological tools for collecting and analyzing mental health data. Where academic credit leading to a degree is desired, students are required to pay the standard school tuition for 2022 is $`1,270 per credit. This rate does not apply to students taking courses for non-credit. The non-credit tuition rate for 2022 is $675 per credit. No scholarship and/or grant support is available.

For more information:
Stanford 2 year Gap Year Opportunity My name is Winston Trope, and I am writing to you on behalf of my supervisor, Dr. Joseph Shrager. I am the research assistant for the Division of Thoracic Surgery at the Stanford University School of Medicine. As I’m getting ready to move onto medical school, I would like to share a wonderful post-grad opportunity for any Johns Hopkins student who is interested in surgery and/or clinical research. I have included the link to the posting below, which I would appreciate your forwarding to a jobs listserv or posting board if you have one. This position requires a two year commitment.

I originally agreed to two years, but I chose to spend the last three years working for the Division of Thoracic Surgery at the Stanford School of Medicine under Dr. Joseph Shrager. This role provides a combination of clinical exposure, patient interaction, research experiences, and wonderful mentorship from thoracic surgeons and residents. My role has also allowed me to work with and learn from colleagues in anesthesia, radiation oncology, pathology, cancer biology, and Silicon Valley tech, just to name a few. In the past, people in this role have gone on to be nurses, physician’s assistants, and medical students.

The ideal candidate must be highly independent and motivated, with the ability to balance a variety of tasks with little day-to-day oversight. On the chance the link doesn’t work, the position can also be found by going to and searching “93466”.

Job posting:
Ascension Saint Agnes is Hiring!We are Hiring!
Be part of a collaborative OR team at Ascension Saint Agnes in Baltimore, MD. Cohesive and collaborative team structures allow cross-functional OR professionals to innovate on the cutting-edge of surgical science and processes. When you join our team, you will receive:
•Comprehensive and customizable benefits: We understandthat our caregivers have obligations and priorities beyondwork and we are committed to offering the resources andtools that you need to take care of you and your family.•Work-life balance: Ascension provides generous paid-time-off and flexible scheduling so that you feel supported toperform at your best.•An opportunity to create a career path you'll love: We offertuition reimbursement and empower you to choose yourown path. Our internal myCareer program encourages professional development and career growth across ournational network.

Perioperative RNs
Join an OR team that empowers you to provide care that treats the whole person. Ascension is hiring compassionate periop RNs to bring impact to our communities. Up to $12K sign-on bonuses for qualifying positions.

(Certified) Surgical Techs
Experience hands-on and continued learning. We offer our surgical technicians assistance with tuition reimbursement, continuing education and professional development opportunities. Up to $7,500 sign-on bonuses for qualifying positions.

Sterile Processing Techs
Your role is vital in keeping our patients healthy while they are under our care. Join our sterile processing team today and make an immediate impact in the OR.

Apply here:
Mothers for Justice and Equality Summer PositionsMy name is Genesis Bautista from Mothers for Justice and Equality. We are seeking summer staff for two of our summer programs.
STEM (ages 9 - 14): focused on developing a community base project related to a concern/issue the youth see in their community.
Peer Leaders (15-18): civic engagement, leadership skills, and this group organize a youth led park rally for the community

Job Description
Job Title: Youth Support Specialist (Summer Temp) Position Overview:
Youth Support Specialists will assist in supporting the Youth Peer Leadership Program at Mothers for Justice and Equality. Youth Support Specialists will assist in supporting 10-15 youth during Summer Program hours.
Position Requirements:
● Assist in developing activities for youth enrolled in the Youth Peer Leadership Program at Mothers for Justice and Equality.
● Assist with providing coaching, mentoring and support to youth enrolled in the Youth Peer Leadership Program at Mothers for Justice and Equality.
● Assist in supporting youth program based projects, enrichment and recreation activities.
● Attends required meetings and staff development training.
● Assist in coordination and outreach with all Mothers for Justice and Equality
events, primarily youth activities.
● Accompany youth to off site field trips, training and all other activities.
● Assist in supporting youth with educational goals, career goals and life goals over
the duration of the program.
● Assist in collecting required surveys, assessments and all data needed.
● Assist in keeping track of youth attendance and punctuality.
● Assist in preparing and collecting documents for the Youth Peer Leadership
● Perform all other duties as assigned
Knowledge and Skills:
Microsoft word, Microsoft excel, PowerPoint
Bachelor's Degree, 1-2 years of experience in community organizing. 1-2 years of experience working with youth and families in urban settings.
Job Type: Part-time, Summer (Temp)
Paid: $16/hour
Job Location:
● Boston, MA 02120
Required experience:
Experience working with inner city youth: 1 year Job Type: Part-time, Summer, Temp

Please email GBAUTISTA@MOTHERSFORJUSTICEANDEQUALITY.ORG for more information and the application.
JHU Department of Gynecology & Obstetrics Volunteer OpeningsWe have an opportunity with the GYN/OB department for students to gain experience with patient interaction and education. Students will volunteer at the downtown hospital and/or Bayview Medical Center. They will interact with patients and provide education to patients in the ER, children's/adolescent clinic, and OBGYN clinics. Fill out the brief screening form here, but we do not anticipate turning anyone away, so please sign up!
JHMI Dept. of Neurology Research Openings School of Medicine, Dept. of Neurology, Division of Neuroimmunology and Neurological Infections

Newsome lab at the JHH Multiple Sclerosis Center has two clinical research coordinator positions open. This a hybrid role where you can work as much on campus or at home as you’d like.

This person will be responsible for coordinating clinical trials and other clinical research projects for the Johns Hopkins Multiple Sclerosis Center. This may involve, but is not limited to, identifying appropriate patients, screening medical records, consenting study participants, running clinic visits, shadowing neurologists, collecting blood samples, organizing regulatory paperwork, assisting with processing and analyzing MRI data and manuscript preparation. They will work directly with the principal investigators and other study coordinators to develop, amend, and execute study protocols. The research coordinator must also monitor, schedule, and execute participants’ study visits and monitor the study budget

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in related discipline required. IRB and REDCap experience preferred.

Contact with resume to be considered
Non Invasive Brain Stimulation Position A non invasive brain stimulation (NIBS) position will be available starting April 2022 working at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. We are currently treating patients who have strokes, traumatic brain injuries, and other neurological disorders. The position would be a clinical position that works with patients who are having therapy while NIBS technology is applied. NIBS techniques include transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and direct current stimulation (tDCS). There could also be potential research opportunities at Dr. Pablo Celnik’s lab “The Human Brain Physiology and Stimulation Laboratory”.
The successful candidate should be a recent graduate or soon to graduate college student. She/he should be motivated by working with neurological adult patients, willing to learn, and withgood social skills to interact with patients and other clinicians.
This is a full-time, one-year (renewable) position (preferably 2 year commitment).
Interested candidates should send a CV and contact information to Dr. April Pruski
Position Open at McLean Hospital My lab at McLean Hospital in Belmont, MA is hiring for a research assistant position - it's in the Division of Alcohol, Drugs, and Addiction. This would be a great opportunity for a newly graduating pre-med senior to gain clinical and research experience and work directly for a Harvard Medical School professor. The job link is here:
Vascular Interventional Radiology Event Volunteers NeededGreeting to those aspiring to become physicians at JHU,
My name is Aaron Lyon. I am a second year medical student at the University of Washington School of Medicine. I am reaching out with an opportunity that will not only allow you to learn about one of the fastest growing minimally invasive surgical specialties, but you can also help put on an event to spread news about Vascular Interventional Radiology (That's right, you can get volunteer hours for your application through this!). We are creating an undergraduate online symposium for VIR, and we want you to join our volunteer team!

We are looking for students interested in heavy surgical specialties that want to treat patients from head to toe. VIR has changed the way we do so much in medicine, from pioneering the first ever coronary angioplasty (treatment for heart attack) to cutting edge chemo delivery, stoke thrombectomy, and use of lasers for treatment of calcified arteries in the arm and legs.

What you get from participating in this event:
1. This is a great application builder. You will be working with medical students, physicians and residents who are also passionate about helping to revolutionize medicine.
2. Mentors that can help you through the application process to medical school.
3. Build your social network as you connect with medical students across the country.

What you would be doing:
1. Helping us run the event! You could help introduce speakers and monitor the chat feature on Zoom.
2. Helping with advertisement. We want your help to connect with as many undergrad premed students as possible. We will have you send emails, post on social media, or even just talk to your premed society at your own school.
If you want to join our team or have questions about what we are doing, please feel free to email me at:

The event will be the third or fourth Saturday in August, and you do not have to be present at the online meeting to join our team. Note, we are only accepting a limited amount of students from each institution to join our team and spots will be filled in a first come, first served bases.
Job Description:
Seeking a detailed oriented, well organized self starter with a keen interest in Medicine to perform as
an Ophthalmic Technician screening and preparing patients for their Retina exam and diagnostic
Duties are as stated but not limited to the following:
● Obtain patient history to include the chief complaint, history of present illness, prior health
history, family health history, allergies and medications.
● Perform visual acuity, amsler grid testing, confrontational field testing, tonopen and
applanation tonometry.
● Instillation of dilating and antibiotic drops
● Perform Duties of writer/scribe
● Preparing patients for intraocular injections and assisting the Physician with minor
● Sterilization of equipment, maintaining practice standards of sterile technique and infection
● Maintaining flow of patients
● Diagnostic testing OCT, Fundus Photography and fluorescein Angiography ●
Maintaining levels of stock in exam and procedure rooms.
● Working with excel spreadsheets
● Assist in administrative or front desk duties from time to time.
This special candidate must be a TEAM PLAYER that has previous experience in Ophthalmology or
a strong desire to be trained
Excellent people skills are a must!
Ability to interact with patients and staff in courteous, professional, and positive manner while
consistently performing tasks at a high level. Must be very proficient with computer skills
● compensation: 401K, ETO,Health Insurance,Job Type: Full-time 32-40 hrs
Research Technician at Mass Gen/ Harvard Med SchoolResearch Technician at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School

We are seeking a Research Technician to join our team at MGH in the Pathology and Radiology Departments. We are investigating the correlation of magnetic resonance spectroscopy and imaging (MRS/MRI) with histopathology to develop less-invasive diagnostic tools for many different types of diseases, including cancers and neurological disease such as Alzheimer’s. Additional projects include nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) analysis of biofluid samples and mass spectrometry imaging (MSI) of tissue samples from patients and animal models. This position is perfect for a recent graduate looking to bolster his or her résumé in order to apply to medical or graduate school in 1 or 2 years.

The Research Technician will be an integral member of the team and make important contributions on a variety of research activities, including:

1-) Collect tissue samples and conduct MRS/MRI analysis of ex vivo tissue samples
2-) Conduct NMR analysis of urine and cell media samples
3-) Perform histopathological analysis on analyzed tissue
4-) Assist faculty with grant writing, grant reviews, and manuscript writing
5-) Work with our biostatistician to perform data analysis
6-) Process raw data to create analyzable spectra
7-) Review pathology reports and medical records from subjects to correlate with pathological and radiological findings
😎 Maintain regular communication with collaborators and work with them on sample collection, delivery, and analysis
9-) Perform administrative duties such as ordering supplies, faxing, filing, IRB submission, and lab equipment maintenance scheduling
10-) Assist visiting medical students with research and administrative processes

We are looking for an independent, self-motivated, and energetic individual looking to conduct stimulating research. The ideal person would possess excellent writing and grammar skills, a background in laboratory science, and a personable demeanor. The RT will learn about exciting new areas of research while playing an important role in these research projects. The ideal candidate will have a BA or BS; prior research experience is a plus but not required. We are happy to train the right person for the position. Salary is quite competitive, and the MGH/ Harvard reputation is self-evident.

Please submit a cover letter and resume to:

Dr. Leo L. Cheng
Laboratory Research Specialist at UMSOMThe Sunshine Laboratory at the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences is seeking a pro-active and organized Research Specialist to function as a full-time research technician and clinical research associate in our laboratory. The laboratory studies murine models and novel treatments of ocular graft versus host disease and analyzes samples from our clinical studies. Ideal candidates will be comfortable working with mice as well as have an interest in ophthalmology and immunology. Please email with your CV, cover letter and transcript by July 1st, 2022.
ADviCE Fall FellowshipThe UCSF Digital Health Fellowship is inviting students and trainees to join our team for a unique, 12-week experience. The fellowship will support the launch of the Accelerated Digital Clinical Ecosystem (ADviCE), a UCSF-based digital health consortium building an ecosystem for vendors, apps, health systems, and patients.
Application: https:/ / ucsfadvicefellow
Medical Scribe NeededI am a Family Doctor in Baltimore and I need a medical scribe for my office. The person is in the exam room with me, so it is an excellent clinical experience. I use people who are Pre-Med or Pre-PA, taking a gap year. These people work out great, but can usually only work for one year. My current scribe will be leaving soon, so I am looking for a new person to replace her. I need someone who can type really well and has excellent grammar and spelling. To do this, I am using the website, "Indeed." This is a job search website. With this website, I can have the applicant do a typing test and a written communication test. These tests are essential for me to hire someone. I have put the link below, but the ad does pop up right away when you go to the job search and put in "Medical Scribe in Baltimore." I do need to hire someone quickly, as they will need a few weeks of training with my current scribe. If you have any questions, you can call me here at my office, (410) 433-8801. On Wednesdays, I can be reached at (443) 388-3515.

Thank you so much for your time!
Susan J. Henley, MD.
PhysioCamp TeleTutors ApplicationPhysioCamp is looking for virtual TeleTutors! One of our founding missions is to promote interest in the healthcare field, especially within underserved populations. In doing so, we hope to spark interest in the healthcare workforce, and empower these communities by increasing representation within the field.

We want to bring volunteers who are as committed to helping students as we are! You can help tutor students in any grade from K-12. We would prefer our tutors to be high school graduates, have weekly availability in the afternoon (after school), good communication skills, access to a webcam, and access to reliable internet. Our sessions happen over Zoom/Webex!

We now have a running application period, so expect to hear back from us within a week of submitting your application.

If you are interested, please apply through this link:

If you have any questions, feel free to reply to this email, or email us at We look forward to hearing from you!

Open Houses and Admissions Events

NSLC Medicine Summer Programs at Duke and American University NSLC Medicine Intensive Summer 2022 at American University

About the National Student Leadership Conference:
Since 1989, thousands of outstanding high school students have attended the NSLC to explore today’s most exciting careers, develop essential leadership skills, and experience life on a college campus.

The NSLC Medicine Intensive Program is an 18-day conference providing talented high school students from around the world with the skills necessary to provide high-quality patient-centered health care, gain insight into the careers available within healthcare, and gain hands-on experience with the kinds of challenges that come with a career in medicine.
We are looking for enthusiastic, hard-working individuals who enjoy working with high school students and have experience in the clinical field, research field, teaching or advising experience, and/or public health & policy.
Check out our website and a sample schedule (website I schedule)

As a Medicine Intensive Team Advisor, you will:
● Lead small group discussions and debriefings
● Teach academic sessions, both lecture based, and clinical skills based
● Assist administrative staff and leadership facilitators with program
● Serve as a chaperone during off-campus trips and evening social activities
● Reside in the dormitory on the same floors as students, serving as a
Resident Advisor
Team Advisors guide students through their NSLC experience. Each TA is
responsible for a small group of 12-16 students. TAs generally work either half or whole summers.
● TAs are generally current college sophomores – seniors. Current freshmen are generally considered for our Assistant Team Advisor (ATA) position
● Applicants should be familiar will all program-specific information posted on this site
● NSLC has a primary focus on leadership development. Applicants should have leadership experience and/or training
● Our programs include TA-led sessions that require appropriate educational backgrounds and work/volunteer/intern experience
Compensation: In addition to room, board and travel, TAs receive a stipend at the end of each session. For more information, visit Applications are now being accepted.

Program Director:
Thomas Sherrier
(703) 881-6129


The NSLC Medicine and Health Care Program is a 9-day conference providing talented high school students from around the world with the skills necessary to provide high quality patient-centered health care, gain insight into the careers available within nursing, and gain hands-on experience with the kinds of challenges nurses face daily.
We are looking for enthusiastic, hard-working individuals who enjoy working with high school students and have experience in the academic field of our programs, leadership development, residential life, and/or office administration.
Check out our website and a sample schedule (website I schedule) Become a Medicine and Healthcare Team Advisor (TA)
Team Advisors guide students through their NSLC experience. Each TA is responsible for a small group of 12-16 students. TAs generally work either half or whole summers.
As a TA, you will:
● Lead small group discussions and debriefings
● Teach academic and leadership sessions
● Assist administrative staff, professions, and leadership facilitators with program components
● Serve as a chaperone during off-campus trips and evening social activities
● Reside in the dormitory on the same floors as students, serving as a Resident Advisor
● TAs are generally current college sophomores – seniors. Current freshmen are generally considered for our Assistant Team Advisor (ATA) position
● Applicants should be familiar will all program specific information posted on this site
● NSLC has a primary focus on leadership development. Applicants should have leadership experience and/or training
● Our programs include TA-led sessions that require appropriate
educational backgrounds and work/volunteer/intern experience
Compensation: In addition to room, board and travel, TAs receive a stipend at the end of each session. For more information, visit Applications are now being accepted.
Program Director:
Isabella Ortigoza
(346) 234 9589
Certified Anesthesiologist Assistant Masters ProgramCase Western Reserve University School of Medicine has had a satellite location in the DMV — located in Washington, DC since 2012.

We train students in anesthesia and are looking to increase our local recruitment efforts.

We are a medical masters degree program specializing in anesthesia care. It is a two years degree program where students learn to administer all aspects of anesthesia as part of a care team. It is a niche field of medicine, so we realize anesthesia may not be of interest for every student advisee. For those who might be interested we have some incredible outcomes and benefits to training with us.

Our students experience two years of hands-on clinical training at Medstar Washington Hospital Center, Georgetown University Hospital, George Washington University Hospital, Children’s National Medical Center, and about 20 more learning hospitals across the country. Our student’s clinical training is supplemented with high fidelity O.R. anesthesia simulation and didactic instruction as well.

Our students also take their certifying board exam while they are still training with us and nearly all are signed to jobs prior to graduation.

We have a 98% board pass ratio.
We have 100% job placement.
And, starting salary for a CAA is approximately $160K.

Here are a few short videos with more info and our website: (this is for Cleveland, we are currently working on a promotional video for DC as well)
Illinois Podiatric Medical Students' Association Camp Pod 2022Illinois Podiatric Medical Students' Association (IPMSA) is pleased to announce our second annual Camp Pod! This virtual summer experience is taking place August 1-5, 2022 and is aimed toward high school and college students interested in the field of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery.

Camp Pod 2022 is an IPMSA student-led virtual event hosted by the Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine. This is intended for high school and college students interested in the field of podiatric medicine. This immersive experience will include an introduction into podiatric medical school topics, insight into the journey to being a podiatric physician, and an introduction to foot
and ankle surgical techniques.
When: August 1-5, 2022, 9:00am-12:30pm CST
Where: Virtual via Zoom
Cost: Free
Topics include:
● Introduction to Podiatric Medicine
● Introduction to Foot Anatomy
● Life of a Podiatric Physician
● Nutrition in Medicine
● Introduction to Research
● Specialties within Podiatry (Radiology, Sports Medicine, Surgery)
● Podiatric Case Studies
Participants will be able to speak to a panel of interprofessional students representing Podiatry, Allopathic Medicine, Physician Assistant, and Physical Therapy programs. In addition, workshops on the application process and exam requirements will be provided to aid in understanding how to enter podiatric medical school. Lastly, participants will have several opportunities to meet Scholl College students, receive a Camp Pod t-shirt as a memoir, and be eligible to win prizes in various games.

Application link:
Waiver link (English):
Waiver link (Spanish):

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact:
Pharmacy Applicants: New Grant for Maryland ResidentsNotre Dame of Maryland University’s School of Pharmacy is excited to announce a new grant for incoming Doctor of Pharmacy students. The Maryland Pharmacy Grant will automatically apply $9,000 to the financial aid package of state residents accepted to the Pharm.D. program for Fall 2022.

This new grant opportunity will allow Maryland residents to receive the benefits of a private NDMU education—small class sizes and mentorship from professors—at a comparable cost to public institutions in the state.

All that is required is a completed application to the NDMU School of Pharmacy in PharmCAS. No additional steps are necessary.

For more information about the grant, please review the eligibility requirements:

Uniformed Services University Open HousesUSU will be hosting in-person and virtual open houses over the next few months!
Friday, 12 August, 2022 (Registration Deadline - 29 July)
Friday, 14 October, 2022 (Registration Deadline - 30 September)
Friday, 16 December, 2022 (Registration Deadline - 2 December)
Register here:

June 16
July 21
August 18
September 15
October 20
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Hofstra/Northwell Virtual Information SessionOn behalf of the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell, I would like to invite your students to attend our Virtual Information Session on Wednesday, June 22, 2022 at 4:00 PM EDT. We offer a 4 year, fully accredited MD program and are located in New York, approximately 30 miles outside of Manhattan.

This 60-minute webinar will include a presentation on our curriculum and admissions process by Rona Woldenberg, MD, Associate Dean for Admissions, Professor of Radiology. A student panel will also be joining us to answer all of their questions.

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UIWSOM Summer EventsVirtual Applicant Workshop
The Admissions team will review and share tips about each section of the application. Topics will include experiences, awards/honors, personal statement, letters of recommendation, and the secondary application.

Prospective applicants may submit an RSVP to receive the Zoom link information.
Tuesday, June 28, 2022, 2 to 4 p.m. (CST)

Information Sessions
We invite prospective applicants to attend an information session to learn about our Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine and Master of Biomedical Sciences programs. During these events, we review admission requirements, application procedures and will provide a student-led campus tour for in-person events.

Participants may click the link under their preferred date/time to submit an RSVP and receive additional information:

Information Session and Campus Tour (In-Person)
Thursday, July 14, 2022, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. (CST)

Online Information Session: Q/A with Admissions and Student Ambassadors
Wednesday, July 27, 2022, 1 to 2 p.m. (CST)
ChooseDO Virtual Fair TODAY! FREE!To attend the Choose DO Virtual Fair on June 22 from 12-6 p.m. please use the link below:
August Accelerated Hybrid/Online EMT CourseAccelerated Hybrid/Online EMT-B Course
Organization: Yeshiva University EMS Club/AuraPrep
Department: NYS Department of Health and National Registry EMT (NREMT) recognized
Hours per week: 40 hours.
Desired Start Date: August 8, 2022
Desired End Date: August 25, 2022
Location: Online / 245 Lexington Ave, New York, NY-10016
Course Fee: $1500 + $28 for State Exam (if not from NY, extra charge of $98 for the NREMT exam)
Tentative Dates: August 2022
*Classes will be mostly online with five in-person sessions for skills*
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Summer Intensive 15 days (Y#29):
· 8/8 - 8/25 (Zoom sessions 10-2pm)
· In-person sessions will be on August 21-25. Practical State Exam 8/25 with PPE and Social Distancing
· Location will be at the YU midtown Manhattan campus located at 245 Lexington Avenue, or at our satellite location on Broadway*
· *Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, the dates and place are subject to change
· Upon successful completion of the course, you'll get an EMT-B license from the NYS-DOH and BLS (CPR) by the AHA. You will also be eligible to take the national online NREMT exam in order to become nationally certified and practice in your home state.
Qualifications: Must be 17 years old. No need to be a resident or have a driver's license.

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