Week of October 24th

"Real Change, enduring change, happens one step at a time"

Ruth Bader Ginsburg 

 

 

Health Professions Events

Creighton University School of Medicine

Monica Sanchez Director of the Office of Admissions at Creighton University School of Medicine, from the Phoenix Regional Campus. Will be available in person to answer questions and provide information regarding Creighton's School of Medicine. 

When: November 3rd at 1 p.m. 

Where: Big South Conference Room, Canvas Stadium

 

 

Purdue University Vet Up! Program

The Vet Up!® College program is a six-week-long residential summer program at the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine for 26 educationally or economically disadvantaged undergraduate students each year that will prepare students to be competitive in the DVM applicant pool. Vet Up! College is geared towards rising college juniors and seniors. 

See the website for eligibility and requirements:

https://vet.purdue.edu/diversity/vetup/college.php

 

The University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences 

 The application for the Fall 2023 class is open. 

students interested in learning more about CU's pharmacy program and application process are encouraged to contact:

Outreach Specialist, Chandler Follett pharmd@cuanschutz.edu and you can also set up an advising appointment here http://bit.ly/CUPharmAdvising.

 

 

 

A.T. Still University - Speech Language Pathology

If you're interested in ATSU's Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology program, we highly recommend attending an upcoming virtual information session. To select a day, please click here.

The sessions will include the application process and an overview of the curriculum. Each event is identical, therefore, you only need to attend one.

Registration for all events are free, however, it is required by selecting a date here.  Once you've registered, a Zoom link to join the session will be e-mailed a few days before the event.

For any questions regarding the event, please e-mail the Admissions Office at azadmissions@atsu.edu.

Thank you and we hope to see you there!

 

A.T. Still University | ATSU

5850 E. Still Circle

Mesa, AZ 85206

www.atsu.edu

480-219-6000

866-626-2878Toll Free

 

Gold Standard Multimedia Education - Test Prep Resources

Gold Standard Multimedia Education provides students with options for MCAT, DAT, OAT, and GAMSAT prep: courses, books, practice tests, and free resources. 

MCAT Prep https://www.mcat-prep.com/

DAT Prep http://www.dat-prep.com/

OAT Prep http://www.oatbooks.com/

GAMSAT Prep https://www.gamsat-prep.com/

 

Health Professions Student Clubs

 

 

 

Premedica

 

 

Rehabilitation Therapy Club (OT and PT)


The Rehabilitation Therapy Club creates opportunities and support for Pre-Health
students interested in career paths such as Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy.
Membership is open to all CSU students and anyone is welcome to join club meetings! We provide shadowing opportunities, volunteer opportunities, and information on
application/interview processes for rehabilitation graduate programs. We also have visits from graduate school admissions representatives like CU Anschutz, CSU, Regis, and more, and current industry professionals. To learn more, feel free to shoot us an email at csurtclub@gmail.com and follow us on Instagram @csu_rtclub.
We meet every other Tuesday from 6-7pm 

 

Pre-Vet Club 

https://sites.google.com/view/csuprevetclub/home

Officer office hours:

 https://sites.google.com/view/csuprevetclub/contact-us/office-hours?authuser=0

 

Pre-Dental Club

 

The last two meetings this semester will be 5-6pm November 8th and December 13th  We are also having, Althea Pyle, the Manager of Student Well-Being and Recruitment from CU medical and dental campus in Aurora come to our meeting in stadium room 1208 on November 8th. This would be great for anyone interested in CU medical campus for medical, dental, ect. 

 

For more information contact: 

 

Lexi Walker - Lexwalk@colostate.edu (President of Pre-Dental Club) 

  

Job Opportunities/volunteering

 

Ram$ for change

 

Hello CSU Rams!

 

Eager to volunteer in the local community?  Hoping to bond more within and beyond the CSU community?  If part of a registered student organization (RSO), wanting to earn $100+ toward your organization?   Well, good news for you!  SLiCE's Ram$ for Change community engagement program has it all. 

 This dynamic program offers both volunteer and funding opportunities and is available for individual volunteers and Volunteer Teams to join.  Overall, Ram$ for Change offers community service projects for those seeking to create connections with fellow Rams and make a direct impact with local community agencies and CSU departments.  Learn more about Ram$ for Change at ramsforchange.colostate.edu.  Below are our upcoming November service days and attached is a description of each. 

• WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9 SERVICE DAY:SLiCE is seeking a 35+ volunteers to join us for our Rams Against Hunger Day of Giving service project in CSU’s dining halls.  Volunteers will encourage fellow Rams to donate up to two unused guest passes, if able/interested.  There are two shifts for this departmental service project: SHIFT #1 > 11AM – 2PM and SHIFT #2 > 5PM – 8PM.  Volunteers pick one shift to cover, and Volunteer Teams (5 or more CSU Rams) do not all have to have all volunteers do the same shift together.

 SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13 SERVICE DAY: SLiCE is seeking 20+ volunteers to support two local non-profits: Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore (thrift store) and Fort Collins Trolley to help clean their facilities and organize donated goods.  Both service projects are at the same time: 9AM – 12PM.

SIGN UP AS AN INDIVIDUAL VOLUNTEERComplete the correct commitment form link by Monday, 10/31.

• WED 11/9 – Individual Volunteer Service Day Commitment Form

• SUN 11/13 – Individual Volunteer Service Day Commitment Form

SIGN UP AS A VOLUNTEER TEAM/TEAM LEADER

  1. Complete Online Team Leader Training & Quiz (can complete same day as Commitment Form; Primary Team Leaders only have to do training once per year)
  2. Recruit 4 other CSU volunteers to participate (have their names ready)

*NEW* Two RSOs can partner together to reach the minimum of 5 volunteers and serve as one Volunteer Team; SLiCE will then split the funds between each SOFA!

  1. Complete the correct commitment form link by Monday, 10/31.

• WED 11/9 - Volunteer Team Service Day Commitment Form

• SUN 11/13 - Volunteer Team Service Day Commitment Form

 

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Want to make a difference in the lives of young children?

Casa de Esperanza seeks applicants for the Hands of Hope House Parent Program, an ideal gap year opportunity for pre-med/pre-health students. Casa de Esperanza provides residential foster care to children ages birth through six who are in crisis due to abuse, neglect, or the effects of HIV. For a complete description, visit this page. Our application can be found here.

 

For more information, please contact Darean Talmadge at dtalmadge@casahope.org 

 

 

 

 

 

Tutoring Resources

 

Eagle Feather Tutoring

The Native American Cultural Center's Eagle Feather Tutoring will be offering free, in person tutoring this fall. 

https://nacc.colostate.edu/programs/eagle-feather-tutoring/

 

TILT

TILT will be holding drop-in tutoring in the Great Hall, on the second floor of the TILT Building on Sundays-Thursdays from 5-9pm. Supported courses can be found on their website. 

https://tilt.colostate.edu/learning/tutoring/

 

 

Article(s) of the Week

How sewage surveillance is helping spot disease outbreaks early

https://www.aamc.org/news-insights/how-sewage-surveillance-helping-spot-disease-outbreaks-early

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