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).
The HSF Scholarship is designed to assist students of Hispanic heritage obtain a university degree. Scholarships are available, on a competitive basis, to:
Awards are based on merit; amounts range from $500 to $5,000, based on relative need, among the Scholars selected.
Graduate Undergraduate Mentorship (GUM) is recruiting graduate and undergraduate students to participate in our 2019-2020 mentorship program.
GUM is a student-led program housed under UCLA Graduate Division. Our goal is to connect under-served undergraduates who have aspirations for graduate school with UCLA graduate/professional school students through mentoring and professional development opportunities. Our applications are open and we are looking for students from all fields of interests. We hope you share this great opportunity with your students. Please encourage them to apply and feel free to email me with any questions.
Make a difference for California's oceans
The Marine Debris Extension Fellow will support the NOAA Marine Debris Program’s (MDP) work in California and assist the MDP and the California Ocean Protection Council with the implementation of the California Ocean Litter Strategy. This two-year fellowship, based in Oakland, CA will provide the opportunity to work closely with California Sea Grant's team of extension specialists, the California Ocean Protection Council, and other state agencies, on research, education, and outreach projects to help advance ocean litter reduction efforts in the state.
Eligibility: This fellowship is open to candidates who are close to completing or have recently completed (after May 1, 2018) an advanced degree from an accredited U.S. University. The fellow must complete all degree requirements prior to starting the fellowship
Deadline: January 29, 2020
Apply Now: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/fellowships/noaa-marine-debris-program-california-sea-grant-extension-fellowship#How%20to%20Submit%20an%20Application
Dear all:We are happy to announce a free Software Carpentry workshop to be held on Jan. 18 and 19 2020 at the La Kretz Garden Pavillion! The workshop is aimed at undergraduates, graduate students, and other researchers aiming to strengthen their research computing skills. We will cover several computing tools that are fundamental for scientific research, and we do not require workshop attendees to have any previous knowledge of the tools that will be presented at the workshop. Specifically, this workshop will explore key aspects of working with the Unix Shell, version control with Git, and essential aspects of R.For a workshop schedule and syllabus please visit our workshop home page: https://ucla-hacky-hours.gitlab.io/2020-01-18-SWC/. Registration is free but space is limited. Please, only sign up if you can attend.
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ucla-eeb-winter-2020-software-carpentry-workshop-tickets-86468233815. The workshop will be led by Maddi Cowen (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Gaurav Kandlikar (email@example.com) on behalf of the UCLA Ecology and Evolution Department's Hacky Hours. We will have additional help from Daniel Chavez (Wayne lab), Nitika Sharma (Pinter-Wollman lab), Rachel Turba (Jacobs lab), and Marcel Vaz (Kraft lab). Please feel free to forward this email to others in the community who you think might benefit from this workshop.About Software Carpentry: Software Carpentry is an international organization that aims to help researchers get their work done in less time and with less pain by teaching them basic research computing skills. Software Carpentry organizes workshops around the world that help scientists learn the basics of program design, version control, data management, and task automation. Check out their website and other lessons at https://software-carpentry.org/workshops/P.S: Software Carpentry instructors at the UCLA Data Science Center and other departments on campus are also running workshops on Thurs/Fri Jan 9-10 (Python workshop, link) and on Jan 16-17 (R workshop, link). If you cannot make it to our EEB departmental workshop, we definitely encourage you to attend one of these other options!
The UCLA-HHMI Pathways to Success Program is currently looking for upperclassmen and Graduate students to participate in the Pathways Mentoring Program. The Pathways Program (directed by Dr. Tracy Johnson) is a 4-year, intensive, honors-level program for undergraduate students majoring in the life sciences, with an interest in the bio-sciences. The Pathways program is committed to the academic success and professional development of highly motivated students from diverse backgrounds. Many of the Pathways students intend to pursue careers in the life sciences and apply to PhD, MD, or PhD/MD programs.
As a Pathways mentor you will have the opportunity to connect and build a relationship with an undergraduate student by sharing resources, advice, knowledge, etc., based on your experiences. If you are interested in serving a mentor to Pathways students please complete the application here. We hope to match students with mentors by Week 2 of WQ20.
If you would like to learn more about the mentoring component of the program, please feel free to reach out to me.
*Note: We match students based on needs, similar interest, major, career goals, etc. If you fill out an application and but you are not matched right away, chances are we haven’t found the best match yet. But, your information will still be recorded in our database. As soon as we find a good match we will reach out.
My name is Alyssa; I’m the Executive Director of the Yleana Leadership Foundation. I am reaching out to you today in an effort to recruit students for paid summer internships at the Yleana Leadership Academy, which seeks to decrease the achievement gap for low-SES high schoolers from urban areas through SAT score increase. Over 50% of our kids are first-gen and over 95% are of color. For our staff, who are college students and recent college grads, this is way more than just a summer internship - it’s a chance to meet a child who will touch their lives and way of thinking forever. Yleana staff who reflect on their experiences feel their time spent at camp was transformative, eye-opening, and a cherished memory.
Excitingly, this opportunity also pays! Staff get room and board for the duration of the summer as well as receiving a stipend between $2500-3500 AND UP (depending on experience) for the two-month commitment - from June 10 - August 10, 2020 - as well as the opportunity to continue working through the end of August at one of our Follow-up Programs at $25/hr.
The Yleana Leadership Academy is interested in recruiting both grads and undergrads for a transformative SAT summer camp that is part SAT boot camp, part higher order thinking skills development, part leadership academy, part on-campus college experience, and part traditional summer camp. We are looking for people who would be willing to work hard and have an amazing time creating a summer camp experience for kids. It's a ton of work but a LOT of fun!
We’re hiring for three different positions within our organization this summer; click the link below for more information about that position.
Interested in applying?
Priority Application Deadline: January 15, 2020
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