The Young Black Scholars’ Medical Summit will take place at UCLA on Saturday April 27, 2019 from 8:30 AM – 2:00 PM. This is an opportunity to learn about the health challenges facing our community; cardiology, neurology, and other medical disciplines; hear and learn from leading African-American physicians and medical practitioners; and learn about the vast medical professions that are opportunities for you. This event is open to all 9th-12th graders.
Space is very limited so make sure you RSVP by Monday April 22nd. To attend RSVP is required. Please visit www.100BMLA.NET
Here is a scholarship opportunity for you guys! The Shawn Carter Scholarship Fund (SCSF) was founded on the belief that any motivated individual in need should have the opportunity to further his or her education. The SCSF provides individual grants, paid directly to the educational institution, to every student who qualifies and reapplies yearly, from admission to graduation. The grant can be used to cover tuition expenses and related supplemental educational expenses such as books, lab fees, travel and select costs of living.
- High school seniors, students with GED diplomas, undergraduate (2 year or 4 year) college students, and students at vocational or trade schools
- US citizen or Permanent Resident
- 25 years old or younger
- Minimum 2.0 GPA
For more information and to apply go to www.shawncartersf.com/scholarship-fund/
At Quarter Zero, it is our mission to power the potential of young people. We offer immersive summer entrepreneurship programs – a 6-week Catapult Incubator and 5-day QØ Startup Camp – that equip students with the skills, mindset, and confidence to thrive.
SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE for both these programs.
For more specific information about these programs see the attached flyer.
Quarter Zero Program Overview 2019
When: Saturday April 20, 2019
Check-in begins at 8:15 A.M., the event begins at 9 A.M.
What: Warrior Smart Start is an opportunity for new students starting Fall 2019 and their families to get an introduction to everything El Camino College has to offer.
Students can attend a resource fair and workshops about preparing for the first semester, joining a support program, transfer strategies, and more. We will also have open labs for students to complete the Level Up assessment survey and apply for financial aid, South Bay Promise, or support programs.
Students can also complete steps to enrollment (orientation, assessment, educational planning) to be eligible for priority registration. Student must have already applied to El Camino College and have a Student ID number to complete these services.
Warrior Smart Start Flyer 2019
Our 9th graders will be going on their Industry Partner Site Visits tomorrow so here are a few reminders for you all.
– All students need to be on campus at 10am EXCEPT the students who are going to Fox Rothschild Law Firm; these students need to be on campus at 9:30am.
– Students who are going to Google, Belkin, and Fox Rothschild do not need to bring lunch, it will be provided. All other groups need to bring their own lunch unless they requested a school lunch on the permission slip.
– Students should dress professionally; business casual is recommended.
1. Red Cross Summer Internship (application due by April 12th)
The American Red Cross Los Angeles Region has a competitive annual internship program for students currently enrolled in an educational program. All students will receive a multi-faceted training in various aspects of Red Cross service delivery and operations, participate in direct service delivery in the field, as well as select a shadowing track to gain a deeper understanding of a function, and support the team with their day-to-day activities. Last year, we had 28 interns log over 4,000 hours of volunteer hours and participated in various projects to deliver on the mission of the American Red Cross. Are you ready to make a difference?
Red Cross Summer Internship 2019 Timeline
February 4 – Summer Intern Applications released
March – April – Supervisors receive applications and schedule interviews
April 12 – Internship applications due
May 20 – Interns’ last day to submit contract
June 17 – First Day of Internship
July 17 – Mid-Internship Check In
August 16 – Last Day of Internship
2. Cedars Sinai Internship (application due by April 5th)
CIRM SUMMER PROGRAM TO ACCELERATE REGENERATIVE MEDICINE KNOWLEDGE (SPARK)
WHAT? A paid 7.5-week long intensive research experience for high school students (juniors only–internship takes place between junior and senior year). Our mission within the Outreach Program is to promote stem cell research awareness and contribute to science education. Our vision is that students will learn about the use of stem cells for translational studies in Regenerative Medicine with the hopes of accelerating delivery of stem cellbased therapies to patients with unmet needs.
DATES: Mandatory Orientation: June 10-11, 2019 Program: June 17-August 2, 2019 Conference: August 11-12, 2019
DEADLINE TO APPLY: Electronic submissions due on April 5 th , 2019 by 3pm PST. Please send application to firstname.lastname@example.org. We cannot be responsible for applications sent to the wrong email address.
HOURS: Approximately 9 am – 4:00 pm, Monday-Friday, however the exact hours will be determined by your mentor.
PROGRAM SUMMARY: RMI scientists will mentor interns one-on-one as they participate in a defined research program in translational stem cell research. We will integrate into the program educational courses, tours and guest speakers. After the program, the students will present their research at a CIRM SPARK conference at Caltech in Los Angeles, and to an audience of medical and scientific researchers at Cedars-Sinai at the Research Intern Day.
At the end of the internship, students will have:
• Achieved a basic understanding of stem cell research.
• Presented work in front of your peers, mentors, and/or family members.
• Produced a scientific poster and created a weekly blog highlighting their summer research group project and experience.
• Participated in seminars, career panels, networking events & other enrichment activities.
• The opportunity of listing this program on college applications as job experience and/or an extracurricular activity.
• Applicants must be a California Resident & U.S. Citizen/Permanent Resident and must currently be enrolled/attending a California high school or a California-state accredited high school credit program.
• Applicants must be currently in their junior year in high school (rising senior summer 2019)
• Applicants must have successfully completed at least one year each of high school level chemistry and biology
• Applicants must be able to commit to the entire duration of the program (7.5 weeks, ~27.7 hours total/ week)
• Applicants must be able to provide their own transportation to and from the program.
Our next El Camino Day is this Saturday, March 16th. The event is intended for new incoming high school students starting in Fall 2019. Students will have the opportunity to complete orientation, assessment survey, meet with a counselor for an educational plan and learn about support programs.
If any students are interested please have them RSVP at the link below:
We annually award financial scholarships to high school seniors who have been accepted to a college or trade school, existing college students, and teachers through our Jack C. Mathews College Scholarship Competition. For 40 years, Jack worked for the City of Los Angeles and also volunteered 34 years on the LAFCU Board of Directors. After retiring from the Board in 2011, the LAFCU Scholarship was re-named in his honor. Jack passed away in 2013.
You are eligible to apply if you are a high school senior or college student with a minimum 2.5 GPA who has verification of attending a college, university or trade school in the Fall. Scholarship winners are selected based on their academic transcript, extracurricular activities, community service, and essay.