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PITCH is a FREE opportunity for incoming high school juniors, particularly those who may be the first in their families to pursue a four-year college degree, to spend three weeks at UCSF, exploring...
PITCH is a FREE opportunity for incoming high school juniors, particularly those who may be the first in their families to pursue a four-year college degree, to spend three weeks at UCSF, exploring careers in healthcare, and looking into the educational pathways that lead to different careers, and learning professional skills that will help them along the way. PITCH students are mentored by current UCSF students in the Graduate Division, dental school, pharmacy school, medical school, and nursing school as they complete a group research project and receive one-on-one and small group academic advising from EAOP counselors. PITCH has three core components: (1) Exposure to Careers in Health - presented through a combination of hands-on workshops or guest lectures, led by UCSF students, faculty and staff; (2) College Awareness - Assists students to better understanding the college search and application process; and (3) Group Work on a Research Project - PITCH students research a specific disease, which allows them to develop an understanding for the roles of the various health professionals treating the disease.
Population: K-12
Population: Underrepresented Minorities, First Generation to College
Interests: Outreach, Research, Community Building, Conference/Symposium, Education/Training, Mentorship
Sponsor/School: Office of Diversity & Outreach
Deadline: 1-Mar-15
Participation: Application
Location: UCSF Parnassus
Plan on College! is a free, one-day, annual event for Bay Area students in the eighth grade and their parents or guardians. Attendees of Plan on College! will receive valuable information on course...
Plan on College! is a free, one-day, annual event for Bay Area students in the eighth grade and their parents or guardians. Attendees of Plan on College! will receive valuable information on course selection for high school, factors that impact college eligibility, college financial aid, and long-term benefits of a college education. Parent workshops are presented in English, Spanish and Cantonese by experts in the field.
Population: K-12
Population: Open to All, Underrepresented Minorities, LGBT, First Generation to College, Female, People with Disabilities
Interests: Outreach, Community Building, Education/Training, Informational Session
Sponsor/School: Office of Diversity & Outreach
Deadline: Week of event for online registration
Participation: Open Invitation, RSVP
Location: San Francisco
Mentoring in Medicine & Science and EMS Corps, with funding provided by the Alameda County Health Pipeline Partnership, are piloting a program to engage Young Men of Color in a Pre-Health...
Mentoring in Medicine & Science and EMS Corps, with funding provided by the Alameda County Health Pipeline Partnership, are piloting a program to engage Young Men of Color in a Pre-Health exposure program at Oakland Technical High School. A 13 week program at Oakland Technical High School that will expose young men of color to a variety of health professions. Students will receive relevant experience, from trained professionals, that they can apply to real-world situations. Other benefits will include academic support, mentorship, and preparation for admission into the Oakland Tech Health Academy.
Population: K-12
Interests: Education/Training, Mentorship
Phone: 510-835-1747
Participation: Application
Location: Bay Area
The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) Training Program offers a summer clinical research training program for up to 15-20...
The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) Training Program offers a summer clinical research training program for up to 15-20 undergraduate students, who are planning to attend dental, medical, nursing, pharmacy or physical therapy professional schools after graduation, and who have an interest in a career in clinical research. Students will be paired with a UCSF professional student who is enrolled in the Designing Clinical Research (DCR) course. The purpose of the course is to train students to evaluate the medical literature, to design clinical and translational research studies, and to encourage long-term collaborations between UCSF and undergraduate students.
Population: Undergrad
Population: Underrepresented Minorities, LGBT, First Generation to College, People with Disabilities
Interests: Academic, Research, Education/Training, Mentorship
Sponsor/School: CTSI
Contact: Christian Leiva
Phone: 415-514-8141
Deadline: Feb 28, 2018; usually at the end of February
Duration: The last week of July and all of August
Participation: Application
Location: UCSF Parnassus
Preview Sessions are in-person presentations to help prospective students learn more about our PharmD degree program. These sessions highlight the UCSF curriculum and admissions process.
Preview Sessions are in-person presentations to help prospective students learn more about our PharmD degree program. These sessions highlight the UCSF curriculum and admissions process.
Population: Undergrad, Open to the Public
Population: Open to All
Interests: Informational Session
Sponsor/School: UCSF Pharmacy
Participation: Open Invitation, RSVP
Location: UCSF Parnassus

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