Health Application Prep Month – April 2018

April is Health Application Prep Month!

The Career Center will be hosting two workshops on the Overview of the Health Profession Application Process and one Personal Statement Workshop, presented by the Writers Workshop (see dates/times on image below). On Sunday, April 22, we will be offering an Application Bootcamp. At the Bootcamp, the Health Professions team will go over the details of the application services, how students determine where to apply and the steps to take after they submit their applications.

These programs/workshops are best suited for students who will be applying to any type of health profession program (Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Optometry, Podiatry, SLP/AuD., Vet Med, Public Health, Nursing, Physician Assistant, etc.) for the 2018-2019 application cycle.

In the month of May, we will also be offering Application Work Groups. Students have the opportunity to sit down with a health profession advisor and ask questions about their application. Please note that this is not a personal statement review session. The work groups will take place at The Career Center Interview Suite (616 E Green St, Rm 213-between McDonalds and Subway, under the Kaplan sign) and be offered on:

May 14 from 3-5 pm
May 17 from 3-5 pm
May 20 from 2-4 pm

Students can utilize the Personal Statement Review Service at: https://www.careercenter.illinois.edu/service/personal-statement-reviews.

Mock Interviews are also available to pre-health students, https://www.careercenter.illinois.edu/service/mock-interviews.

Exploring HR – Career Exploration Event

Exploring HR
A career exploration and networking event
at the School of Labor & Employment Relations

Are you interested in a people-focused, business-driven career with global possibilities? Join current LER students to learn more about a Master of Human Resources and Industrial Relations degree.

Topics include: application process, curriculum, first-hand experiences with recruitment for internships and full-time employment, and “What is HR?”

Dinner provided!

 

Thursday, November 9th
6:00 to 8:00 pm
Wagner Education Center,
School of Labor & Employment Relations
504 East Armory Avenue
Champaign, IL 61820

UIUC MSW Program – Applications Due Feb. 17

Applications for the Master of Social Work (MSW) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign for the 2017-2018 cohort are due soon. This year’s deadline has been extended to Friday, February 17, 2017.

The School of Social Work offers both advanced standing and traditional tracks for our campus and outreach MSW programs, as well as a dual MSW/MBA degree.

MSW students come from all majors, so if you are interested in healthcare, communications, education, youth, schools, counseling, psychology, sociology, human development, organizations, communities, human rights, international work, and everything else in between, a Master of Social Work just might be a great path to pursue!

TODAY – Prescribing Psychologist Info Session

“Prescribing Psychologist Career Track:  The Illinois law and undergraduate course preparation”

 

Dr. Rom-Rymer will provide an overview of the new law and ongoing legislative advocacy, its implications for healthcare in Illinois and around the country, and discuss the recommended undergraduate training in the hard sciences.

 

All majors and students with an interest in becoming a healthcare provider are welcome!

 

Thursday, October 27
4:00 PM
Room 142 Psych Building

Going Beyond Undergrad Scholarships

This program is open to first-generation undergraduate women planning to graduate in May of 2018.

Going Beyond Undergrad is a one-semester educational program focused on providing support to first-generation undergraduate women who hope to pursue graduate-level education. During the spring 2017 semester, students will attend 6 educational workshops to help them target graduate programs for that fit their interests and needs and begin to prepare for the application process. Students will also receive individual mentoring from other first-generation women who have successfully navigated graduate programs. After completing these workshops, students will receive a waiver to take the GRE exam during the summer of 2017.

For more info, send an email to BeyondUndergrad@illinois.edu.