The Health Professions Advising Office serves all current students and alumni of UNC Chapel Hill who are interested in pursuing a career in the health professions.
1. Virtual Information Sessions
Students wishing to apply for the Carolina Research Scholars Program (CRSP) this fall must turn in their applications by November 20, 2020. Submitting your application by this deadline allows for the CRSP designation to be added to fall transcripts. The deadline for spring transcripts in May 1, 2021.
If you have any questions about the CRSP program please contact Dr. Boots Quimby.
3. Volunteer and Internship Opportunities
Holiday Carolina Blood Drive, 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19 in Fetzer Hall.
SAF develops the leadership of college students from diverse backgrounds, giving them the opportunity to work directly with farmworkers in the Southeast. Each year, SAF trains approximately 20 students on farmworker issues, and places them to work full-time with migrant education programs, legal aid offices, rural health clinics, community-based organizations and farmworker unions. SAF interns increase the capacity of the organizations they work with by outreaching to over 5,000 farmworkers & their families each summer.
4. Student Organizations
5. Anti-Racism and Equity
6. SHPEP Application Open
7. MCAT Registration & Fee Assistance Program Application
8. Clinical Laboratory Science – Alumni Spotlight Series
The Student National Medical Association (SNMA) at The Brody School of Medicine invites you to our annual Pre-Medical Conference! We welcome both new and returning conference participants. This is a great opportunity for underrepresented and minority high school, college, and recently graduated college students to learn about medical school, and the admissions process involved. We also encourage families and school counselors to attend. This year’s conference includes:
- Welcome from the Dean of the Medical School, Dr. Mark Stacy
- Pathway to Medicine Presentation from the Associate Dean for Admission, Dr. Cedric Bright
- Pathology Lab Simulation
- Anatomy Lab Simulation
- Acute Patient Simulation Lab
- Medical Student Panel
- Health Professional Panel
- Mock Interviews
Keynote address from our Senior Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, Dr. Kendall Campbell
Conference participants will leave with resources and tools that will be valuable to a future career in medicine!
For more information on how to register click here: http://brodypremedicalconference.eventbrite.com/
If you need any further information please contact Sharanda Kirk at email@example.com or the Brody SNMA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
10. Russian Flagship Program
Interested in a program that will give you the competitive edge for your future career in medicine? Want an affordable study abroad experience that will allow you to gain experience as an intern in a hospital or clinic abroad? The Russian Flagship Program, a federally funded initiative, provides UNC Chapel Hill students of all majors the unique opportunity to gain a professional level of Russian language proficiency as well as tangible work experience in their field of interest through coursework at UNC and an overseas Capstone year in Kazakstan.
To learn more about the program, visit our website at russian.unc.edu or reach out to Meredith Doubleday at email@example.com
11. Meredith College Pre-Health Post Bac Program Information Session
Meredith College will be hosting an info session via Zoom for the Pre-Health Post-Bac Program!
- When: November 12th, 4pm
- Please register here and a Zoom link will be sent to you prior to the date.
12. Hillman Scholars Program in Nursing Innovation
Want to reshape the future of healthcare?
The Hillman Scholars Program in Nursing Innovation is an integrated BSN-to-PhD program that is designed to take five to six years from entry into the nursing program as an undergraduate to completion of a PhD in Nursing. If you want to be a part of nurse-led innovation, please join us for a Hillman Scholars Program Information Session via Zoom:
- Tues, Nov 10th, 4-5 pm
- Thurs, Nov 19th, 6-7 pm
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions!
13. Interviewing Resources
AAMC Video Interview Tool for Admissions (AAMC VITA™)—launched in collaboration with AAMC member medical schools—will be used by medical schools (including UNC SOM) to supplement alternatives to in-person interviews this year. The AAMC Vita Guide along with its other supporting resources are valuable for all virtual interviews.
University Career Services supports students who may be preparing to interview within an industry or for admission to a professional school. Online resources include Big Interview, which provides a video training curriculum, a database of admissions interview questions with tips on answers, and the opportunity to practice with a virtual mock interview. Students may schedule an appointment with a career counselor via Handshake.
14. Additional Listservs and Online Community Spaces