The Physician Assistant Education Association (PAEA) invites you to register for the Physician Assistant Virtual Fair on Wednesday, July 24, from 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. ET. This is a free event for all students who are interested in exploring a career as a PA. Students will be able to:
- Chat with representatives from 50 schools, PAEA, and CASPA
- Learn insider tips on how to prepare for that crucial PA program interview
- Attend live presentations and Q&As (or access the recordings on-demand) from current students and practicing PAs
- Chat with pre-health advisors
- Discover what makes PA one of the top health professions
- And more!
Don’t miss your chance to meet with representatives from 35 of the nation’s medical schools on August 13 at the Choose DO Medical School Online Fair.
- Watch live presentations and meet with medical school admissions representatives, faculty, and current students in online chat sessions and
- Learn more about the profession, the application process, and life as a med student
- Conveniently explore which medical school is right for you
- Connect with multiple schools at once
The Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY) is looking for candidates for the Health Assistant position this summer. We’re more books than bug bites and algebra than archery, but our students have the time of their lives in both engaging classes and exciting social activities. They come for the classwork, but fall in love with our beautiful college campus settings, our energetic staff, and their new best friends. Our staff retention rate is robust, and we provide competitive pay plus room and board. Working closely with the site nurse and site director, health assistants (HAs) participate in the day-to-day operation of the site health office, keep track of students’ medications and medical appointments, confer with parents, and act as a liaison with nearby medical professionals. Health Assistants must be at least 21 (for insurance purposes) and have a good driving record as they are required to drive site vehicles.
CTY’s remaining Health Assistant positions are at sites in Pennsylvania and Rhode Island. The sites run for two sessions – the first includes a setup week and runs from June 16- July 13, while the second runs from July 13-August 4. Pay begins at $3200 for two sessions, and we provide room and board for Health Assistants. Two session staff members are preferred.
To apply for this position at CTY, please access the application here: https://jobs.jhu.edu/job/Baltimore-2019-CTY-Summer-Programs-New-Application-MD-21209/519183000/
If you have questions about summer employment with CTY, write to them at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-735-6185.
Your pathway to a veterinary career begins with applying for and attending veterinary school. On June 18, 2019 the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges (AAVMC) is having their first ever Veterinary Admissions Virtual Fair!
There will be over twenty-five veterinary schools from all over the world ready to chat with you about the veterinary career, applying to veterinary school and more! There is also a special chat room with the Veterinary Medical College Application Service (VMCAS).
To register for the fair, or to find out more information, please click HERE.
The George Washington University Doctor of Physical Therapy Program would like to invite VT students and alumni interested in physical therapy to join them for an upcoming graduate fair and information session on Tuesday, June 11, 2019, to learn more about their DPT program and admissions process.
The event is designed to equip prospective PT students with information to make an informed decision about joining the profession. Attendees will:
- Learn about the program’s approach to educating future clinicians
- Hear from faculty, current students, and alumni through panel discussions and informal conversations
- Receive an overview of our admissions criteria, tips for application success, and a tour of the program space
- Learn about scholarship opportunities, including those for first generation and/or underrepresented students
All interested prospective applicants are welcome to register for the event. They encourage students from underrepresented groups and students who are the first in their family to attend college to register and attend. Additionally, applicants who demonstrate financial need AND meet admissions waiver criteria may be eligible to receive a supplemental application fee waiver.
Meals and refreshments will be provided.
GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
DATE: Tuesday, June 11, 2019
TIME: 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm
LOCATION: Ross Hall, George Washington University
CONTACT: Miriam Okine Davies, email@example.com
REGISTRATION LINK: Click here to register for the event
The deadline to register for the event is June 5th, 2019.
If you’re thinking of optometry as a career, this live on-line event is for you! This FREE event allows you to meet admissions representatives and learn about their programs through live chat sessions on June 11, 2019. You can even upload your resume beforehand so they can gauge your competitiveness. Register here.
The West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine in Lewisburg, WV invites you to attend one of their Summer Mini Open House events. While on campus, you and your guest will visit their state-of-the art facilities, interact with members of the WVSOM community, and enjoy a delicious lunch provided by the school’s own chef.
These smaller open house events are an excellent way to experience WVSOM, so be sure to register early as space is limited. Choose to attend on June 10th or July 15th. More information and the sign-up can be found here.
Virginia Tech students and alumni are cordially invited to attend an Open House at one of the three locations of the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM):
Friday, June 7, in Bradenton, FL
Friday, June 21, in Greensburg, PA (LECOM at Seton Hill)
Friday, June 28, in Erie, PA
At this event you will have the opportunity to learn more about LECOM and all that it has to offer. In addition to demonstrations and tours, there will be plenty of time to speak directly with our students, faculty, and staff. Families and friends are welcome. We ask that you choose a location and then RSVP as instructed through the link below: