I am a board-certified dermatologist in private practice with an academic title at UCLA in the department of Medicine.
I am writing to inform you of the availability of a front desk position in my office in Beverly Hills. This position is especially suited for recent graduates who are planning to take a year off while applying to pursue a degree in health-related fields such as medicine. I would truly appreciate it if you would please post this position and inform the recent graduates if they might be interested. If you need to get in touch with me, please feel free to contact me at (310)247-0337.
I appreciate your considerations.
Thank you very much.
Reza Babapour, M.D.
Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, UCLA
Here is the description of the job:
Full time, Front desk position in a dermatology office in Beverly Hills.
Responsibilities include handling front desk tasks including making appointments, insurance verification, data entries and follow up with insurance processing, billing.
Assisting the dermatologist with patients and organizing the lab and Laser procedures. Some back-office duties including sterilization of surgical instruments and keeping track of inventories.
Prior experience may help but not necessary as adequate training is available.
A minimum one-year commitment is required.
Salary is competitive.
Please forward resume to:
Hello, SACNAS @ UCLA!
My name is AC Carlton, and I am an Admissions Director for the 2020 Out for Undergrad (O4U) Engineering Conference. Every year, O4U hosts a weekend-long professional development conference for high achieving, high potential LGBTQ+ undergraduate students who are studying engineering or interested in going into engineering. If you're not familiar with Out for Undergrad (O4U) or the O4U Engineering Conference, you can learn more about it on the website here: https://www.outforundergrad.org/. Despite the unprecedented change and immense uncertainty due to COVID-19, O4U remains committed to our mission. At the same time, we recognize the safety and well-being of each and every student remains of utmost importance. As such, O4U has made the difficult decision to host all of our 2020 conferences virtually.
To ensure that we continue to recruit the most diverse and high achieving LGBTQ+ undergraduate student candidates, please help us share our mission and tell your community that the 2020 O4U application remains open. O4U is an amazing opportunity for students to meet recruiters from a variety of engineering firms and universities, receive guidance from amazing mentors, and form meaningful, lasting connections with other LGBTQ+ people in their fields. To keep our conference accessible for all students, we have waived our $90 registration fee for all admitted students, making the conference free to attend for students. We are committed to ensuring all admitted students can attend our programming, especially in our new virtual format.
This year’s O4U Engineering Conference will be held virtually from September 9-13th. The student application deadlines have been extended from our previously announced dates. The final round of our rolling admissions process closes on June 14th, 11:59 PM EST..
Please let your students know about the conference application. Having attended the conference multiple times throughout my undergraduate career, I can attest to the fact that it is an amazing opportunity for both professional and personal development. If you or anyone at your school has any additional questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to me or the O4U Engineering Admissions Team at O4UEngineeringAdmissions@outforundergrad.org.
Thank you so much for your time, and have a great day!
Out for Undergrad Engineering
AC Carlton | Admissions Director | They/Them/Theirs
The UCLA NOCD organization is holding free weekly webinars on managing
anxiety during this time period. Please visit the following link to
register for the webinars: https://lp.treatmyocd.com/uclaregister.
(It's free, every Thursday night, 7PM PST)
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OCSPP is hosting a series of hiring webinars - 30+ job opportunities in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina
Good Morning Colleagues,
OCSPP Job Opportunities:
We are currently recruiting a team of interdisciplinary scientists to work on TSCA risk assessment requirements and pesticide risk assessments. We are seeking scientists with backgrounds in toxicology, biology, chemistry, physical science, engineering, and epidemiology to support the expansion of the office beyond the Washington, DC metropolitan area. At the entry level of these positions, you will review, research, and analyze data related to understanding the hazards, exposure, fate and transport, and the potential for exposure and risk during manufacture, processing, and use of chemicals, pesticides, nanomaterials and biological agents, and support risk management efforts. Starting salary for a GS-9 employee is $54,976.00 per year at Step 1. Starting salary for a GS-11 employee is $66,515.00 per year at Step 1. To learn more about EPA’s chemical safety office, please visit: https://www.epa.gov/aboutepa/about-office-chemical-safety-and-pollution-prevention-ocspp. For information on federal benefits, visit: https://www.epa.gov/careers/salaries-and-benefits.
Health and Happiness,
Shawna C. Gray
Acting Program Management Officer (PMO)
Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
My name is Abdi Abdullahi and I am a third year medical student at UCSF School of Medicine. I am one of the coordinators of Bridging Admissions, a volunteer organization composed of medical students from across the nation.
I'm reaching out to you about a mentorship program that we are coordinating for URM and first generation applicants. This is our third cycle for our mentorship program, and we have worked with close to 200 students thus far. We match students with a medical student who providers mentorship throughout the application cycle, ranging from personal statement feedback to interview preparations.
If you know of any students who may benefit from our program, please have them sign up at our website:
Hispanic descent and/or demonstrate significant leadership or service within the underserved community;
Graduating high school seniors, undergraduate students or graduate students;
Pursuing or intending to pursue a science, technology, engineering, math or health-related field of study at an accredited 2-yr or 4-yr college/university in the U.S. or its territories; and
Possessing an overall minimum GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale).
Do you have underrepresented students that are looking to earn a PhD in biomedical science and just aren’t quite ready to go to graduate school or need a little bit more experience/time to be truly competitive for a top tier graduate program?
If so, please let them know about our Post-baccalaureate Research Education Program at The Ohio State University, DISCOVERY PREP. This NIH-funded post baccalaureate program runs for one year and is designed to prepare recent college graduates for success in graduate school. Accepted scholars are provided with:
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