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CAREERSVCS-HEALTH  January 2010

CAREERSVCS-HEALTH January 2010

Subject:

Einstein Summer program for underrepresented students in medicine

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"Anne M. Sullivan" <[log in to unmask]>

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Career Services Prehealth List <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 28 Jan 2010 15:47:01 -0500

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The Hispanic Center of Excellence at Albert Einstein College of  
Medicine is please to announce that the 2010 Summer Undergraduate  
Mentorship Program Application is now available at  
http://www.einstein.yu.edu/hcoe/page.aspx?id=7512&ekmensel=15074e5e_1970_2002_btnlink

The Summer Undergraduate Mentorship Program of the Hispanic Center of  
Excellence (HCOE) at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine (AECOM)  
is a six-week program that offers students a unique opportunity to  
become exposed to the realities and nuances of the medical profession  
through a one-on-one ?shadowship? with a physician. The program  
includes shadowing a physician in a preferred area of specialty,  
workshop/lecture participation, and research experience. Additionally  
individualized MCAT review and research opportunities will be offered  
based on need and eligibility criteria. All students are expected to  
complete a written project and give a PowerPoint presentation on their  
project to their peers, family, physician mentors and invited AECOM  
faculty at the program?s all day colloquium and graduation.  The  
topics for the projects may be based on a student?s clinical  
experience and/or any related medical issue of interest. Projects are  
encouraged to be presented in context of core curriculum content that  
will highlight Institute of Medicine (IOM) reports findings on health  
disparities and Hispanic and Minority health. The goals of the program  
are designed to motivate students to pursue careers in medicine, build  
confidence and foster working mentorship relationships.

Lectures and workshops will cover a variety of topics that include  
practical information such as the medical school application process,  
mock interviews, current issues in medicine and special interest  
topics such as cultural competency and the patient-physician  
relationship. The lectures will be conducted by AECOM/HCOE faculty and  
affiliated faculty from partner institutions. There will also be  
informal ?rap sessions? conducted by medical students, residents and  
faculty that will provide a forum for sharing experiences. Parental  
participation is also encouraged through specific parental workshops  
on the medical school application process and financial aid.

The program requires a minimum thirty-hour weekly commitment.  The  
student will be expected to attend fourteen hours of lecture per week  
and spend at least six hours per week with their assigned mentor.   
Participants in the program will be awarded a stipend at the end of  
the six-week program.  Program orientation is June 14, 2010 and the  
program dates are June 18, 2010 to July 30, 2010.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:

      All students must be either a US citizen or a Permanent Resident.

      Students will be considered if they are from an  
underrepresented group in medicine and/or have an economically  
disadvantaged background.

      Must have completed at least their freshman year with at least  
one year in science by the beginning of the program. (Sophomores? and  
higher)

      Have a GPA of at least 2.5.

      Students must also provide an official college transcript,  
obtain a letter of recommendation from a faculty member and obtain  
medical clearance.

Application Deadline is March 30, 2010

Please feel free to contact me at 718-430-2792 or [log in to unmask]  
with any questions or concerns

Hope M. Spano
Administrator
Hispanic Center of Excellence
Jack and Pearl Resnick Campus
1300 Morris Park Avenue, Mazer 104
Bronx, New York 10461

Phone: (718) 430-2792
Fax:     (718) 430-3729





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Pre Health Advisor
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