These information sessions provide details regarding the application process for all interested in applying to the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Program.
Anika Daniels-Osaze, Assistant Director for Minority Affairs at the Early Medical Education (EME) Program of SUNY Downstate College of Medicine will be visiting the Hunter campus to provide information regarding the program.
Hofstra Schoool Of Medicine host a tour for Hunter students on February 4th. Must RSVP by January 28th.
Mandatory committee letter workshop for 2014 cycle.
Stony Brook School of Medicine host an information session and tour for Hunter students on February 5th. Must RSVP by January 28th.
Ben-Gurion Medical School for International Health
St. George’s University of London School of Medicine Admissions requirements.
March 10th, 2014 When: 7:30PM Where: Hunter North room 1403
The Director of admissions will be visiting Hunter to discuss applying to Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine. The admissions presentation will cover topics such as; the medical school admissions process and being a competitive applicant.
Learn about the interview process for Dental, Medical and Veterinary School Admission
Physician Assistants Program
The Assistant Dean of admissions will be visiting Hunter to discuss applying to Stony Brook School of Medicine. Grace Agnetti, Assistant Dean of Admissions at Stony Brook University School of Medicine will give an admissions presentation that will cover topics such as; the medical school admissions process, being a competitive applicant and personal statement.
The Assistant Director of admissions will be visiting Hunter to discuss applying to NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine
FlexMed allows college sophomores in any major to apply for early assurance to Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Once accepted, students will be free to pursue their area of study, unencumbered by the traditional science requirements and MCAT.
Informational session events consist of a formal presentation about pursuing a career in Physical Therapy at Hunter College of CUNY, followed by a question and answer session. For optimal benefit to those attending, please arrive by the starting time. Detailed information is provided about the curriculum, the application process, prerequisite requirements, and outcomes of recent graduates. There will be adequate time for answering questions during this session, which is located in one of the PT classrooms. Current students may be available to speak with you. You should review the very detailed information on our website prior to attending.
This is an opportunity for Hunter students to learn about all the Pre-Health clubs and organizations that exist on campus. Representatives from each of the clubs will be on hand to offer information about their organization. Boost your Pre-Health portfolio by joining a Pre-Health club today!
Join us for a discussion on the Offshore medical school experience. Panelists include: The University of Queensland School of Medicine Ochsner St. George's University School of Medicine and School of Veterinary Medicine Ross University: Caribbean Medical School and Veterinary School American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine St George's, University of London School of Medicine
These information sessions provide details regarding the application process for all interested in applying to the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Program.
Join us on a tour of Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine Come and see what Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine has to offer.
SUNY Downstate Early Medical Education(EME) and Exploring Health Careers (EHC) Program recruitment sessions
The Early Medical Education Program (EME) is an initiative to increase the academic competitiveness of undergraduate pre-medical students, early in their college career. The program is designed to provide medical science lectures and academic support through a 4-week, summer enrichment program for the first two summers and a 6-week, pre-matriculation program for the third summer. Students are selected from one of the participating linkage schools. Once accepted into EME, if students meet the program requirements they are granted a guaranteed acceptance into SUNY Downstate's College of Medicine. EHC is an initiative to expose students to a variety of career options in the health professions. The program is designed to provide exposure to targeted health professions through faculty presentations, shadowing opportunities in clinics and affiliate sites, and information about the application process. The professions highlighted during the program include: medicine, allied health, graduate studies, and nursing.
The two-year, full-time program is designed to provide the academic and clinical foundations for primary-care Physician Assistants; to foster the development of the attitudes, values, and behavior appropriate for professional health-care providers; and to prepare students to participate in a team approach to patient care. Emphasis is placed on student understanding of the role and responsibilities of Physician Assistants in the provision of quality health service, in the treatment and management of disease states, in meeting the health care needs of a richly diverse patient population and in fostering health promotion and disease prevention. The program, which begins in late May or early June, offers a 27-month, upper-division professional course of study leading to the B.S. degree. The curriculum integrates the basic sciences, social sciences, medical sciences, and clinical experiences needed to provide a comprehensive introduction to the practice of medicine.
Join us for an afternoon of engaging discussions related to Pre-Med Life. Come and hear professionals speak about their experiences, get your questions answered, join a pre-professional club at Hunter and make sure your academic career is on the right track!
6 Post-baccs who have spent time working in a research lab will join our panel to describe what’s like to conduct academic research, go to conferences, publish papers, and explain how to find a good position. Emphasis will be put on the positions suitable for post baccs, and all students are welcome!
This workshop is geared towards students who are interested in going on to professional health care programs of medicine, dentistry, optometry, veterinary and podiatric medicine. This workshop is designed to ensure students learn the basic information and can begin meeting the requirements for a competitive application. Topics include: Academic Expectations Prerequisite courses How to develop your Pre-Health Portfolio Characteristics of a Competitive Applicant
Club membership, activities and events
Join us for a student panel discussion about the interview process for Dental, Medical and Veterinary school admission.
Come and learn about the Hunter College Pre-Vet club and Pre-Veterinary course requirements. Learn about the many different fields of veterinary medicine and much more.
The Pre-Health Organization is launching off the year with an "open house" event and is inviting all Hunter students to join! We will discuss our plans for the year and opportunities for our members to get involved in. Come meet the current e-board and learn about ways to become an active member! Refrehments will be served.
The Hunter Pre-Optometry Society executive board will provide more information about the club and its mission. They will also be discussing upcoming events, opportunities and answering any questions about the pre-optometry track.
This workshop will help you prepare for the admissions interview process for Dental, Medical, Optometry, Veterinary and Podiatry schools. Topics will include: What Interviewers are looking for Attitude and Effort Body Language
The AMSA open house agenda: -meet and greet the board -research opportunities -volunteer opportunities -MCAT prep -Dr. Jeff Koetje ( AMSA's National Education and Reseach Director) discusses AMSA's mission.
Mandatory committee letter workshop for 2015-2016 cycle.
If you are planning to apply for a Committee Letter during the 2015-2016 application cycle and DO NOT have a Pre-Health file with our office, please respond to this email IMMEDIATELY. We will be having another mandatory workshop on Friday February 13th from 1:00pm-3:00pm for those students who need to start a Pre-Health file for the upcoming 2015-2016 Professional schools application cycle. You must have a Pre-Health file to apply for a Committee Letter or Letter Packet. We will not provide you with a Committee Letter or Letter Packet without a Pre-Health file. NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE. Please note that this Pre-Health File workshop is only open to students planning to apply during the 2015-2016 application cycle to medical, dental, optometry, veterinary and podiatry schools. THIS WORKSHOP WILL NOT BE OFFERED AGAIN. Future Applicants must attend an "Everything You Need to Know about Being a Pre-Health Student" workshop to start a Pre-Health file.
The SPURS program provides intense research fellowship experiences on the Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons campus to undergraduate students from Universities in the City of Greater New York. The experience is intended to (a) provide meaningful training in biomedical research, and (b) enhance the students’ ability to achieve a career in biomedical research and/or medicine by pursuing an advanced degree (either Ph.D., M.D./ Ph.D. or M.D.). In addition to specific training in the indicated research area, the students receive in-depth training in biomedical research methodology, including: (a) the design and analysis of experiments, (b) a critical reading of the scientific literature, through journal clubs, (c) the presentation of scientific results at laboratory meetings, (d) attendance at convened poster sessions, (e) the preparation of abstracts and manuscripts describing the results of experiments, and (f) career counseling and research ethics.
NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine in Old Westbury, NY will host Hunter students for an information session and tour of the campus on Friday, February 13th at 11am. If you are interested in attending, please RSVP by February 4th. Participants are responsible for their own transportation to the NYIT-COM campus. There is free parking on campus. Directions can be found here: http://www.nyit.edu/locations/old_westbury We will meet in the Admissions lobby (2nd floor of the Serota building) at 11am.
Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine is looking for medical students who will excel in academics, clinical care, research and community service. The College selects applicants who show an awareness of osteopathic medicine recognizing total-person health care for the patient and for the community. LECOM recognizes that dentists have become integral team players in improving the health of their patients. The role they play in preventive medicine complements the osteopathic principals of total healthcare as taught by the College of Osteopathic Medicine and the School of Pharmacy.
ATSU is renowned for its preeminence as a multidisciplinary healthcare educator. The University is focused on integrating the founding tenets of osteopathic medicine and the advancing knowledge of today's science. The purpose of the Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health is to educate caring, technologically adept dentists to become community and educational leaders, serving those in need. The Presentation will cover information about our DO, DMD, PA and PT programs.
LaVerne Walker from the NYU School of Medicine Financial Aid Office will present detailed information about the costs of attending medical school, and information will be presented about resources and scholarships that can help you finance your medical or other health professional education. Topics include: The Financial Aid Process Medical School Costs & Budget Medical School Debt
This workshop teach you professional etiquette that will help you to be successful in your academic and professional life. Topics include: Communication(oral and written) Attitude/Demeanor Image
The Assistant Director of Enrollment Management, Christopher Massey will be visiting Hunter to discuss podiatric medicine and applying to podiatry programs.
This year’s conference will provide a forum for Hunter undergraduates from all disciplines and departments to present their research or scholarship via poster sessions and oral presentations. The conference will include information about pursuing research opportunities at Hunter and beyond as well as an awards ceremony honoring the best student presentations and faculty excellence
The Final Committee Letter Workshop of 2015 will be held on Thursday, March 5th, 2015 from 3pm-5pm. In order to submit a Committee Letter Application and receive either a committee letter or letter packet you must attend one of the workshops. This is MANDATORY for all first-time applicants as well as Re-Applicants who would like to have previously submitted Committee Letters updated. Students who are applying for a Letter Packet are also required to attend a Committee Letter workshop.
The mission of the Medical School for International Health (MSIH) is to address the need for medical education that focuses on the interface between global health and community and preventive medicine. Admission is open to exceptional individuals of all nationalities who wish to prepare themselves for careers in global health and population-based medicine. The MSIH seeks outstanding students with the academic preparation, maturity, and commitment to master a rigorous medical school curriculum and to benefit from the demands and opportunities associated with graduate study within the diverse cultural environment of Israel. Joins us to hear more about this exciting opportunity to study medicine abroad.
Resume writing and networking are vital skills for advancing your professional and academic career. Learn how to show off your experience and connect with people who can guide you on your professional path.
The American Heart Association’s Volunteer Orientation, will walk you through our mission, programs, volunteer opportunities and community events. We’ll discuss the role of the volunteer in our efforts to improve the heart health for all communities. Our objective this event is to deepen your understanding of the American Heart Association and to share how your involvement will have a significant impact in saving lives!
Join us for an engaging discussion with Dr. Marissa Lombardo, former Hunter alumni about surviving Pre-Med life at Hunter College, getting into Medical school, surviving medical school, interviewing for residency and choosing a specialty.
Students pursuing a career in health care are eligible to receive funding for their education in exchange for practicing in rural, urban, and frontier communities in Health Professional Shortage Areas (HPSAs) with limited access to care, upon graduation and licensure. If you are interested in learning about how to pay for Dental, Medical and Physicians Assistant school without debt, this information session is for you.
SUNY Downstate PATH is an initiative to expose students to the Physicians Assistant and Physical Therapy health professions. The program is designed to provide exposure to these targeted health professions through faculty presentations, shadowing opportunities in clinics and affiliate sites, and information about the application process.
The C.A.R.E. (Care and Respect for Elders in Emergencies) volunteer program director will be conducting an information session for students interested in serving as volunteers with this Emergency Department program. Volunteers will be required to go through a thorough screening process and 7-hour training, and make a minimum 6-month, 100-hour commitment. This is a highly sought after placement for anyone interested in pursuing an education and career in health.
The University of Queensland is one of Australia's finest medical schools. Founded in 1936, it is renowned globally as an award-winning research institution of excellence and rigor. Accreditations for Australian medical schools are recognized by the U.S. government and Department of Education as being as exacting as those of the U.S. accrediting bodies. Study Two Years in Australia & Two in the U.S. Admitted U.S. students will study two years of Basic Sciences at The University of Queensland School of Medicine. Australia is widely considered one of the most academically outstanding and desirable locations for U.S. students studying abroad. They will then spend two years in New Orleans and/or Baton Rouge, Louisiana at Ochsner Health System, completing their core and elective clinical rotations. Upon satisfactory completion of the four years, students will be eligible for ECFMG certification, to take the USMLEs, for the NRMP match, and to practice medicine in the U.S.
Join us for an engaging discussion with Dr. Matthew William McCarthy. Dr. McCarthy is an assistant professor of medicine at Cornell and a staff physician at Weill Cornell Medical Center. He will discuss, what being a doctor is really like", how to survive medical school and be successful in your career. Dr. McCarthy will also talk about his book called "The Real Doctor Will See You Shortly" about his inspiring (and terrifying) intern year at Columbia-Presbyterian Hospital.
" Planning to apply to medical school? Then it's never too early for you to start practicing MCAT questions!! Hunter MAPS will be hosting a fun MCAT Bootcamp event where students will be divided into two teams to practice MCAT questions, Family Feud style! We can't wait to see which team wins. Refreshments will be served"
Learning how to effectively manage your stress and time will be one of the most important skills you will need to acquire in order to be successful. Reducing anxiety and procrastination, eliminating cramming, increasing motivation, and gaining extra time are a few of the many advantages of learning how to effectively manage time. Join for this workshop that will help you to maximize your time and learn how to manage Pre-Med stress.
oin us for an engaging discussion with John Paul Sanchez. Dr. Sanchez is the Assistant Dean of Diversity and Inclusion at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. He received his medical degree from Albert Einstein college of medicine, completed his residency training at Jacobi/Montefiore, and is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine. He also holds a Masters of Public Health, with a concentration in the epidemiology of infectious diseases, from the Yale School of Public Health.
Join us for an engaging discussion on the admissions process for Dental, Medical and Optometry schools. Panelist include: Nilda Soto, Albert Einstein College of Medicine Assistant Dean for Office of Diversity Enhancement Elizabeth A. Wilson-Anstey, Weill Cornell Medical College Assistant Dean for Student Affairs Christian Alberto, SUNY Optometry Assistant Director of Admissions Mitchell Roshel, NYU College of Dentistry Director of Admissions Cherell Crowell, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine Associate Director of Admissions Other panelist include representatives from Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine and NYU School of Medicine
Hunter Pre-health advisers will hold a drop-in, group advising sessions for students with pre-health questions. This session will be held in a classroom setting and will allow students to collectively ask questions of the pre-health advising team and to learn from their pre-health peers. All are welcome, especially first-year students!
Join us for an engaging discussion on the veterinary school admissions process and pursuing a career in veterinary medicine. Panelists and Presenters include: Jennifer Mailey, Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine Director of Admissions John Nwafor, Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine Associate Director of Admissions Lisa B. Eidlin, Wildlife Health Sciences for the Wildlife Conservation Society Hospital Manager James Cataldi, Manhattan Wetlands And Wildlife