Representatives from the UVM Larner College of Medicine Admissions office will explore the medical school admissions process. Come learn what medical schools look for in an applicant and how they build a medical school class. You’ll have the opportunity to ask the UVM Team about their holistic review process and their MMI style of interviewing.
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Are you interested in public sector/non-profit consulting? This workshop, which is part of the larger UpNext: Careers in Consulting events, will focus on an example case study to give you a better understanding of the nature of public sector/non-profit consulting, types of clients, their service needs, and whether it may be appropriate for you. Bring your questions.
This is an amazing opportunity to work for a truly unique and engaged physician. Dr. Bouchard takes an integrative, holistic approach to medicine and has been in practice in Bristol for 24 years. She has a deep commitment to her patients, and community informs her approach to care. Scribing at a rural community health center is a fascinating experience, getting to engage with and learn from a wide array of patients. As a Scribe, you are in the patient exam room with Dr. Bouchard, experiencing medicine in action. Dr. Bouchard is a fantastic teacher and mentor, and her scribes learn the fundamentals of medical care, from diagnosis and treatment, to patient interaction, EMR, and much more. Anyone interested is welcome to reach out with an email directly to Dr. Marian Bouchard. Start date is roughly late Summer 2018.
We hope you all enjoyed a restful February break and welcome back to campus! If you’re interested in a career in Health Professions, or just exploring your options, check out our Spring 2018 Health Professions events:
Starting Friday, March 9 at 12:30 pm in MBH 303: Medical March Madness Events kick off with a visit from the UVM Larner College of Medicine Admissions Team
Not sure about summer internships or where to start? Stop in during Quick Question hours to meet with one of our Peer Career Advisors. Spring Term 2018 Hours: Monday – Friday, 12:30 – 4:00 pm in Adirondack House
Thanks to Kailash Pandey ’19 for sharing this with us!
Microsoft and LinkedIn have created a new Resume Assistant. It is a tool to help users optimize their resumes for specific jobs, and is now available for Office 365 subscribers on Windows! Resume Assistant simply pops up in a sidebar and helps by offering examples of work experience descriptions you can use as inspiration for your resume based on a role (like a project manager) or an industry (like journalism). You can also filter through skills prospective employers might be looking for to fine-tune and tailor your CV.
To access the feature, just open Word, click on Review, then click Resume Assistant. Create a draft of your resume and then come meet with one of the PCAs during drop-in hours and they can give you feedback to make sure it is ready for applications! Drop in hours are Monday-Friday 12:30-4:00 pm in the Adirondack House.
Are you planning to take the MCATS this upcoming summer? Registration for the exam will open on February 7, 2018, for the July-September MCAT test dates. For information about registration, deadlines, and fees, go to http://ow.ly/tYpa30hHzhg. You can also follow the AAMC on Twitter @AAMC_MCAT for updates and announcements.
Seniors majoring in Sociology, Psychology or Neuroscience, this may be a great fit for you!
The Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) position is with the Child Trauma Research Program (CTRP). CTRP is nationally recognized for its leadership in developing effective, family-centered interventions for children aged birth through five who experience traumatic events.
The team of multi-cultural, multi-lingual staff is dedicated to helping young children and their families heal from trauma. They develop and evaluate effective treatment models, provide training across settings and disciplines, and offer direct service to children and their families. Since 2001, CTRP has been the lead program of the Early Trauma Treatment Network, a center of the federally- funded National Child Traumatic Stress Network. Five randomized trials support the efficacy of Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP), our intervention for children aged 0-five who have experienced at least one traumatic event (e.g. maltreatment, the sudden or traumatic death of someone close, a serious accident, sexual abuse, exposure to domestic violence). As a result, many organizations across the country and internationally are seeking training in CPP.