10th and 11th grade students !
Interested in getting into the
medical field or becoming a doctor?
The Weil Cornell Chapter of the Student National Medical Association (SNMA) is having its annual Health Professions Recruitment and Exposure Program (HPREP) for students. This is an excellent 10 week program for accepted students.
Application is due November 2, 2011
Health Professions Recruitment and Exposure Program
HPREP 2012 Application Packet
Student National Medical Association
Weill Cornell Chapter
Since 1974, Weill Cornell has fostered the educational pursuits of minority students interested in a career in medicine. Currently, Weill Cornell Medical College boasts a record of graduating over 400 minority physicians with numbers still rising. In addition, eighteen percent of our student body consists of underrepresented minorities as designated by the Association of American Medical Colleges. This percentage is among the highest in the nation as well as in New York State. Weill Cornell has a reputation of embracing medical students from many different walks of life and strives to diversify its student population in order to reflect the changing healthcare system.
YouTube and Lenovo are sponsoring an exciting opportunity for high school students around the world to have their scientific experiments to be conducted in space. More information can be found in the video below or the link here. The deadline for submitting your video is the first week of December, 2011. If you and your team are interested in submitting your scientific method project that could be conducted in space, please see Dr. Irikura or Mr. Jamal from the Science Department in Room 440 during Period 7.
Good afternoon everyone!
Hope your week is going well.
I am excited to announce that applications are now OPEN for the Trek for Knowledge 2011-12. All three schools from Grand Street Campus will be going to Mali, Africa in February to build a school and engage in cultural activities for two weeks (one week during Mid-Winter Break).
I have attached the application (for students), so if you feel, you would be a good candidate and also have interest in the buildOn program. Dedication and participation in the program is taken into account, but I would encourage ANYONE to apply! Please forward your information to me so I can contact you.
Also, this week we will be participating in the NYC Freedom Walk to spread awareness about Human Trafficking. I will send you further details.
Please let me know if you have any questions!!
Cornell University Hotel School of Administration will be visiting the Academy of Hospitality and Tourism 10/11/11 Conference Room 460 from 1 to 3.
Students can register in room 405A by October 4th, 2011.
Please Contact Ms. Powell for more details.