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New This Semester

After you’ve attended your event, you must complete the form at this link, http://goo.gl/forms/DWN8ZoeHsP, to have your event recorded for your requirements

P3 News & Reminders

Dining Etiquette

Dining Etiquette workshop with Barbara Lang. March 2, 5-7pm, Statler Ballroom. RSVP required, click here)


Required to Meet Individually each semester

To schedule appointments, please contact the front desk in-person or directly at 607.255.3841.


Required to Attend a P3 event each semester

After you’ve attended your event, you must complete the form at this link, http://goo.gl/forms/DWN8ZoeHsP, to have your event recorded towards your General, Career, and Social Justice/Advocacy requirements.


Funding

To request funding, please visit our funding page for a copy of the application,


Kaplan Prep Course Support

If you are interested in taking a prep course, schedule a meeting with the P3 advisor in order to receive a 50-75% discounted price.


Writing Support

Sarah Jefferis is in the OADI office to help with any composition of documents, letters, or editing those pesky semi-colons. Her hours are: Tuesday from 1-5, Wednesday 9-1, and Friday 9-1. She is also available by email, Skype or in person after office hours or on weekends.

Campus Events this Week

* - General Event

** - Career Event

*** - Social Justice/Advocacy Event

Monday, February 22nd

Prepare for a Career Fair Visit*

4:45pm | 233 Plant Science

Tuesday, February 23rd

Summer Opportunities Fair *

1-5pm | Statler Ballroom

Wednesday, February 24th

Careers in Psychology and Social Work Panel**

4:30pm | 280 MVR


Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) Prep for Med School Interviews**

5-7pm | 170-172 MVR (Human Ecology Students)

Thursday, February 25th

Non-profit and government career fair**

1-5pm | Statler Ballroom


Summer activities for health career students**

4:30pm | 103 Rockefeller

Friday, February 26th

2nd Annual Social Impact Career Forum**

9:15am – 2:30pm | ILR Conference Center (ILR students)

Upcoming Events

Saturday, February 27th

Call to Action: Community Engagement Institute***

11:30am – 4pm | Tatkon Center (RSVP to nrw6@cornell.edu or www.psc.cornell.edu)

Monday, February 29th

Strengths based networking and mentoring*

5pm | 228 Malott Hall

Wednesday, March 2nd

The Method – Dining Etiquette Workshop, 5-7pm, Statler Ballroom (Required RSVP, Click Here)

Friday March 4

All-Ivy Environmental and Sustainable Development Career Fair

10am – 3pm, Columbia University Low Library, New York, NY (RSVP via Handshake)

March 4-6

POSSE+ Retreat, Off-campus (More info contact CL855@cornell.edu)

Opportunities

Scientista and PCCW Symposium Call for Abstracts and Event Registration:

Register and/or submit an abstract by FEBRUARY 20TH to attend the Scientista Poster and Networking Symposium occurring on Friday, March 4, 2016 from 4:00-5:30PM at the Park Atrium in Statler Hall. Open to all undergraduate females in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). This is an exclusive event with 30 undergraduate attendees networking with around 100 PCCW members from diverse fields. Additionally, following the poster presentations, there will be a speed networking event with refreshments. Registeras anattendee only or as a presenter by February 20th here:http://goo.gl/forms/p3A8R9jaTG.


*Note: This event is held in parallel to the “What I Wish I Knew at 22” event, also hosted by the PCCW.You may ONLY attend ONE! If you register to attend this exclusive event, you MUST commit to attending. If you have extenuating circumstances that no longer allow you to attend, you must notify us at least three days in advance, so we can open up your spot to a member on the waitlist.


Email: scientistacornelluniversity@gmail.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ScientistaCornell

Instagram: @Scientista_Cornell

“Try on a White Coat at Upstate: A Health Career Immersion Institute”

SUNY Upstate Medical University, Division of Student Affairs presents:

“Try on a White Coat at Upstate: A Health Career Immersion Institute”

June 4- June 10, 2016

Cost is FREE!

(Includes Housing and Meals)

To apply for this program students should be:

ü A current freshman or sophomore year student on a pre-health track

ü A New York state resident

ü From an underrepresented or economically disadvantaged population

ü At least 18 years of age

ü Preference given to CSTEP students

This program includes:

· Opportunities to explore different careers in the healthcare field

· Opportunities to interact with current students and faculty at SUNY Upstate

· An overview on the admissions process including tips on how to become a competitive candidate

· Service and community outreach opportunities in the Syracuse area

· Tips for academic success that include: study skills, test and note taking strategies, and time management skills

· Hands on activities, demonstrations and simulations

· Teambuilding and networking opportunities (including a trip to WonderWorks ropes course)

***Each applicant must submit an application and one recommendation form completed by a college administrator/faculty member

Application and Recommendation Form due April 15, 2016

Acceptance Letters will be e-mailed by May 6, 2016

Click Here to Apply

For more information, please visit the Upstate website (http://www.upstate.edu/currentstudents/support/multicultural/summer-immersion.php) or contact:

Lamees Galal

315.464.8855

galall@upstate.edu

The Janet McKinley ’74 Family Grant.

Open to all Cornell sophomores (at the time of application) for the purpose of assisting students in pursuing interesting, provocative, and entrepreneurial summer projects, with the intent of having a direct and lasting impact on many generations of Cornell students. Applicants who have broad interests and demonstrate entrepreneurial creativity are encouraged to apply. The stipend for the summer experience will cover related costs up $5,000.


Applications are due Monday, March 7th, 2016 by 4:30. Applications can be found here.

EINSTEIN DIVERSITY STUDENT SUMMER RESEARCH OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM


WANT TO SPEND THE SUMMER DOING TOPNOTCH RESEARCH?

WANT TO SPEND THE SUMMER AT A MEDICAL SCHOOL?

If your answer is YES, request an application to the Albert Einstein Diversity Student Summer Research Opportunity Program, DSSROP.

Eligibility Requirements: College Sophomore or Junior, science GPA 3.0, we encourage applications from groups historically underrepresented in medicine to apply

Dates: June 6 – July 29, 2016

Stipend: $ 3,000

Deadline: March 18, 2016

For application: www.einstein.yu.edu/education/diversity/application/

Contact

Office of Diversity Enhancement

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

718 430-3091

diversity.enhancement@einstein.yu.edu

NYS Latino Leadership Summit, March 5


2016 New York State

Latino Leadership Summit

Saturday, 5 March 2016


REGISTER NOW!


Join us March 5, 2016 at Cornell University to actively connect, share ideas, and encourage cross-collaboration across Latino-oriented organizations.


The Summit aims to bring together current and future leaders of the Latino community in upstate New York.


Learn more...

Cornell Health Conference: Advancing Health Care with Technology

This conference explores current trends and expanding, new market opportunities in the health sector. Many of these opportunities are made possible by advances in technological innovation. Innovators and leaders, ranging from hospitals, research centers, academia, pharmaceuticals, investors, and incubators will present a fascinating, multifaceted view of emerging trends and the future of health and healthcare services made possible utilizing technology.


See speakers below. Join us for this deeply engaging and exciting meeting of the minds!


An hackathon, at Cornell Tech, supported by Johnson & Johnson and Cerner, will immediately follow the conference. Participants will form teams and create over the weekend for a chance to build the next technology enabled solution in health services. For more information: Health Hackathon

#NYCHealth16