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QUARTERLY OPPORTUNITIES & RESOURCES – Fall 2022
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VOLUNTEER
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AAi Blood DriveVolunteerJoin a small team of Jews, Christians, and Muslims volunteering to assist Red Cross staff by checking-in donors upon arrival, and sterilizing equipment between donations, refilling canteen table for donors post-donation, and making sure donors are feeling well before departure.

No experience is necessary! American Red Cross staff will train you to accomplish these tasks easily and safely, providing everything you need. TWO SHIFTS. REQUIREMENTS:
🌸 Age Requirements: Ages 18+
🌸 Social Distancing and Face Masks required.
🌸 Gloves, hand sanitizer, and wipes provided.
pre-med, pre-health, interest in volunteeringSaratoga, CA
Congregation Beth David
(1) Volunteer Registration
(2) Donate Blood
ActiveASAP!(Wed) December 7, 2022
10:30 AM – 5:30 PM PDT
Shift 1: 10:30 AM to 2:00 PM
Shift 2: 1:45 AM to 5:30 PM
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VolunteerActive
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CONFERENCE/WEBINAR
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SCHOLARSHIP
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NAMETYPEDESCRIPTIONTARGET AUDIENCELOCATIONLINKACTIVITYDEADLINE OF APP.DATE & TIME OF EVENTPOSTED?
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Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer ScholarshipScholarshipThe Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship is a highly selective scholarship for the nation’s top community college students seeking to complete their bachelor’s degrees at four-year colleges or universities. Each Cooke Scholar has access to generous financial support for two to three years, college planning support, ongoing advising, and the opportunity to connect with the thriving community of fellow Scholars.

Each award is intended to cover a significant share of the student’s educational expenses – including tuition, living expenses, books and required fees – for the final two to three years necessary to achieve a bachelor’s degree. Awards vary by individual, based on the cost of tuition as well as other grants or scholarships they may receive.

This highly competitive scholarship includes:
✨ Up to $55,000 per year to attend a four-year accredited undergraduate school
✨ Ability to pursue any area of study
✨ Personal advising about selecting a college and navigating financial aid
✨ Multifaceted advising about how to transition to a four-year college and maximize the student experience
✨ Opportunity to apply for the Internship Stipend program, Conference and Travel Stipend, and Graduate Scholarship
demonstrates financial need, current cc sophomore student, recent cc graduate (w/in 5 years) , plan to transfer in fall 2023, 3.5+ GPAxWebsiteActiveAPPLICATION OPENS ON OCTOBER 6, 2022; DUE ON January 12, 2023OCTOBER 6, 2022 to
JANUARY 12, 2023
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ScholarshipActive
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INTERNSHIP
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Kaiser LaunchInternshipKP LAUNCH strives to positively impact the lives of young adults from backgrounds that are currently underrepresented in health care careers and build a pipeline of diverse talent that will become future leaders in health care. This is all part of Kaiser Permanente’s commitment to high quality care and being able to meet the cultural and linguistic needs of Northern California’s increasingly diverse communities.
KP LAUNCH offers summer internship opportunities to students attending high schools located in our Northern California market, community colleges and accredited colleges and universities.
The program goal is to build and sustain a diverse, culturally competent workforce for the future. To achieve that goal, we focus our intern positions on young people that would otherwise lack the resources to explore a career in health. By providing these young people a chance to learn from inspiring health care professionals and leaders, they can build a valuable professional network. They also gain practical skills, professional development, and hands-on work experience by focusing on projects that matter. As part of our team, KP LAUNCH interns are helping Kaiser Permanente shape the future of health.
Pre-med, low income, First-GenerationTBDApplication LinkActiveAPPLICATION OPENS NOV 21 (9AM PT); DUE ON DEC 23 (11:59PM PT)June 12, 2023 - August 4, 2023
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Paid Nano@Stanford InternshipInternship~$21/hour. We invite local community college students to come work in the cleanroom and labs of nano@stanford. No prior background or experience is required. All training will be provided. You can learn more about the facilities here: http://nanolabs.stanford.edu and learn about the everyday lives of our current interns here: https://www.instagram.com/internsnanostanford/

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis starting mid-November.
If you have any questions about the application, please email Daniella Duran- dmduran@stanford.edu
interest in laboratory work, completed chem & phys (PREFERRED)Stanford, CA
Stanford University
(1) Website
(2) Application
ActiveASAP, rolling basisvaries
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Genentech Internship ProgramInternshipGenentech's Research and Early Development (gRED) team is accepting applications for their Summer 2023 CC Internship Program, which is designed to foster diversity in the biotechnology research and development career paths for students from underrepresented groups.interest in biotechnology research, underrepresented groupsvaries(1) Website
(2) Opportunities
ActiveASAPSummer 2023
(see each internship description)
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UndocuSTEM Fall 2022 Interns InternshipUndocuSTEM is looking for new interns for Fall 2022! As well, for participants who want to join the UndocuSTEM program community! By participating in this, you will be able to gain access to scholarships & internship opportunities, career exploration, mentoring, conferences, and much more! If you are interested, please fill out this form.STEM major, interest in gainining access to scholarships & internship opportunities, career exploration, mentoring, conferencesCupertino, CA
De Anza College
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JovieJobJovie provides in-home childcare services for families, and we are looking for dedicated and compassionate individuals interested in working with children. We offer flexible schedules to accommodate their busy schedules. In addition, we provide our members with one-on-one training and ongoing mentorship throughout their time with Jovie. We work hard to ensure a match between both the childcare provider and the family, dedicated to providing a positive experience for both parties.interest in working with childrenVarious locations in the Bay Area(1) Santa Clara Location
(2) Cupertino Location
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PROGRAM
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California Medicine Scholars Program (CMSP)ProgramCommunity college students interested in becoming primary care physicians can now apply to
the California Medicine Scholars Program (CMSP), a streamlined pathway assisting students on
their journey from community college to medical school.

Participating students will receive assistance as they transfer from community college to a four-
year university and then apply to medical school. They also will receive advising, mentoring,
academic support, and professional development opportunities.

Each hub is recruiting 50 students to begin the program in January 2023. Over 30 community
colleges from across the state are participating.

UC Davis: the Greater Northern California Regional Healthcare Hub
UCSF Fresno: the San Joaquin Valley Regional Hub of Healthcare Opportunity
UC Riverside: the Inland Empire Regional Hub for Healthcare Opportunity
UC San Diego: the Region X Hub of Healthcare Opportunity
pre-med, part of the participating CCs (see document; have at least 1 unit)UCD, UCSD, UCR, UCSF (varies)Information DocumentActiveDecember 15, 2022Starting January 2023
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Summer Health Professions Education Program (SHPEP) ProgramThe Summer Health Professions Education Program (SHPEP) is a free summer program for students to explore their interests in medicine, dentistry, nursing, optometry, pharmacy, physical therapy, public health, and more. The program takes place at our 12 partner institutions and offers students a chance to develop healthcare skills, plan academic journeys, get clinical exposure, and network.pre-med, pre-health12 institutions
(see website)
(1) Website
(2) FAQs
ActiveAPPLICATION OPENS NOV 1 (9AM ET); DUE ON FEB 5 (11:59PM ET)Decisions release March 15, 2023
6 WEEK SUMMER PROGRAM
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Stanford Summer Community College Premedical Program (SSCCPP)ProgramThe Stanford Summer Community College Premedical Program (SSCCPP) targets current community college students considered low-income and/or underrepresented in medicine providing exposure to medicine and health through topics in health disparities, leadership challenges in health provision and administration, science success strategies, professional development, clinical exposure, successful preparation for the medical school application process, postsecondary and graduate/professional school financing.

SSCCPP allows talented and motivated community college students interested in medicine to immerse themselves in the Stanford School of Medicine network through a variety of personal and professional development experiences. The 2023 program is expected to be offered as a hybrid program, offering two weeks of virtual learning and four weeks in an on-campus, residential program.

SSCCPP is designed to impact the San Francisco Bay area and its contiguous counties, promoting the growth and diversity of the health workforce in the region.
Participants will be REQUIRED to remain on campus for the duration of the program (Monday – Saturday, 8am – 10pm) and will be immersed in topic areas including:
- Critical reading and research of medical literature
- Health Activism and Advocacy in Medicine
- Science preparatory classes (human anatomy and molecular cellular bio)
- Leadership in Medicine and Medical Science
- The medical school admissions and financing process

Additional activities promote:
- Peer networking
- Medical student mentorship
- Clinical shadowing and research opportunity education
pre-med, low-income and/or underrepresented in medicineHYBRID
Stanford University
(1) Website
(2) FAQs
Not ActiveAPPLICATION OPENS DEC 9; DUE ON MAR 1 (11:59PM)6 weeks in the summer
Monday – Saturday (8am – 10pm)
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Stanford Summer Community College Research Program (SSCCrP)ProgramThe Stanford Summer Community College Research Program (SSCCRP) students is a joint collaboration with the Office of Diversity in Medical Education and the Department of Pediatrics. This opportunity was created to increase the number of underrepresented minority, low income or first-generation (URM) community college students who are committed to and well positioned for careers in the sciences and medicine. The program begins with weekly meetings aimed at preparing participants to transition to a full-time research internship (40 hours per week) in a lab with a Stanford faculty mentor for 7-12 weeks, between June and August.interest in research, low-income and/or underrepresented in medicineStanford, CA
Stanford University
(1) Website
(2) FAQs
Not ActiveAPPLICATION OPENS DEC 9; DUE ON MAR 1 (11:59PM)June 12, 2023 – August 11, 2023
7-12 weeks in the summer
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MISCELLANEOUS
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LAST UPDATED: December 6, 2022