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The MedSchoolCoach #MSCScholarship was created to acknowledge bright and deserving students who can benefit from medical school admissions advising and MCAT tutoring, but for whom cost is prohibitive.
STEM Career Fair (September 20th, 2023)
11am - 3pm EDT
Engage with top employers looking to hire! Not graduating yet? Prepare for your career future: talk with employers and see what’s out there. Learn about incredible internship, co-op, and full-time opportunities!
All students are welcome to attend, regardless of your major. The All-University Fair is on Tuesday, 9/19 and will feature employers interested in hiring all majors. The STEM Fair, Wednesday, 9/20, will host employers looking for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math students.
WiSFiRE 2023: Women in STEM Frontiers in Research Expo (September 22nd, 2023)
8:30am - 5pm EDT
Student Union Ballroom
One-day conference featuring technical talks, a career panel and networking opportunities with women faculty in STEM at UConn. Come hear about their exciting research and how they have built their scientific careers!
Featuring faculty from the School of Engineering, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, as well as alumni.
Free and open to all undergraduate and graduate students at UConn. Please register to ensure seating.
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What is graduate school? (September 22nd, 2023)
1pm - 2pm
This event will answer questions such as...
- What is graduate school?
- What do I do as a graduate student?
- How can I afford graduate school?
- When do I begin to prepare to apply?
- Am I ready for graduate school? If not, how can I further prepare?
- How do I figure out where to apply?
Please note this series focuses on Master’s and Ph.D. programs (not MD/DO/DMD/PA)
For more information, contact: Dr. Renée Trueman at firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer Research Early Identification Program (SR-EIP)
“The Summer Research Early Identification Program (SR-EIP) is a fully paid summer internship that provides undergraduates with training and mentoring in the principles underlying the conduct of research and prepares them to pursue competitive applications to PhD or MD-PhD programs.
Since 1992, the Leadership Alliance has encouraged students from groups traditionally underrepresented in the sciences, mathematics, engineering, psychology, the social sciences and humanities to pursue research careers in the academic, public and private sectors.
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Leadership Opportunity - Medical Brigade to Ghana
Medical Brigade to Ghana is an awesome leadership & Volunteer opportunity through UConn Global Brigades.
The mission of GB is to empower communities through a holistic approach to the student movement and full-time local clinics in an effort to promote self-sustainability and inequality reduction. This May, UConn students have the opportunity to attend a Medical Brigade in Ghana, where they will host medical clinics for community members and provide healthcare education/resources. Feel free to contact me at email@example.com for the application, or with any questions. Additionally, you can visit globalbrigades.org for general inquiries. Thanks
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Multiply Your Options (MYO) Volunteer (run by VII)
MYO is one of several programs utilized at the University of Connecticut to combat the lack of exposure to professional female role models in the areas of science, mathematics, engineering and technology. Multiply Your Options (MYO) is a one-day conference for middle school girls designed to expose them to female role models in science, mathematics, engineering and technology. The MYO concept can be used for multiple constituencies in order to address the lack of role models, gross under-representation and lack of diversity in certain career clusters (such as engineering with a female representation of only 8%).
Sisters in STEM (run by VII)
Sisters in STEM is a one day conference for underrepresented, tenth grade high school female students to show the allure of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. Representative role models lead laboratory tours, engaging experiments, and self-development workshops.
Engineering Your Future (EYF) Volunteer (run by VII)
Engineering Your Future (EYF) is a one-day conference designed for 8th-grade boys from underrepresented backgrounds. Our purpose in hosting this conference is to introduce them to role models that look like them in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Our goal is to host students from populations that are underrepresented in engineering in hopes of igniting a flame to inspire these students to consider STEM fields and their overall potential.
Tutor for The Education Project
Due to COVID-19, students and teachers have transitioned to online learning, which may be challenging for many students— particularly those with limited access to additional resources. To address this need, we, in partnership with Humanity First USA, have launched The Education Project as a program to connect volunteer college students and professionals as tutors and mentors for elementary, middle, and high school students. Through volunteer-driven, virtual, 1-on-1 tutoring, we can help ease the academic burden created by the COVID-19 pandemic. Ever since the summer, we have now served over 400 students and are in the process of forming 5-6 school partnerships in areas with demonstrated need. Our project is launched under Humanity First USA, a registered 501(c)3 non-profit humanitarian organization.
This project is currently ongoing and our goal is to continue to serve communities with greater educational needs.
Click here to sign up as a tutor or recommend those who need K-12 tutoring to register!