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Pre-Medical Society Nights
For dates and times please refer to description!, Weekday Evenings - TBA


Attire: Casual

Are you pre-medicine or pre-health and looking to get more information about how to best prepare for your graduate application? Look no further! The Alumni Relations Committee presents ASC's first ever Pre-Medical Society Nights - a series of workshops that feature alumni and faculty guest speakers covering a broad number of topics:

Night 1: Medical School Applications (2/18/2016 at 6:30 PM in Franz 3534)

Night 2: Overview of Extracurriculars (03/03/2016 at 6:30 in Franz 3534)

Night 3: Research - Labs and summer programs (TBA)

Internships and Employment

Northwestern Mutual Spring and Summer Internships

Northwestern Mutual is a 155-year-old mutual company serving the insurance and investment needs of more than three million clients. Northwestern Mutual helps its clients achieve financial security by offering personalized financial services and innovative solutions that address clients' financial needs. As an intern in Northwestern Mutual's nationally ranked program, you will have the ability to test-drive an exciting career as a Financial Representative. Through the internship program, you will have the opportunity to consult with clients, assist clients in building a secure financial future, find opportunities to work in personal, business and estate analysis markets, train with mentors, and much more. Northwestern Mutual's internship program has been ranked as one of America's top ten internships for nineteen consecutive years for many reasons, including the independence it offers interns and the impact they have on their clients and community, as well as the outstanding training and development opportunities.

If you are interested in our internship program, we ask that you attend an information session either at our office or on campus. Attendance at an information session is required to be considered for a position in our 2015 Fall or 2016 Spring programs. You can attend one of our information sessions here in our office in West Los Angeles (about a mile away from campus) on October 2nd or 9th at 1 p.m. Our information session will provide you with details regarding our nationally ranked internship opportunity, our extensive training and licensing programs, the application process, and much more.

If you would like to attend one of the above-mentioned sessions or have additional questions, please contact Ellesse Wong, Assistant Director of Campus Recruiting, at ellesse.wong@nm.com or 310.903.5066.

SAIRO (UCLA) Paid Internship

The Student Affairs Information and Research Office (SAIRO) is currently recruiting students to participate in a paid, year-long research and assessment internship program, the Undergraduate Research Partnership Initiative (URPI). URPI interns will engage in a variety of qualitative research and assessment projects under the supervision of SAIRO staff, including a major project for the 15-16 academic year--a study exploring students' use of social media as an opportunity to engage in discussion of racial/ethnic diversity and campus climate.

Students from diverse backgrounds and all majors are encouraged to apply to join a small undergraduate research team and gain valuable qualitative research experience. You do not need to have had previous research experience to participate. Members of the research team will participate in various aspects of the research and assessment process, including coding, transcription, analysis, interviewing, analysis, and writing and presenting results to UCLA administrators and the UCLA community more broadly.

Research team members must be able to commit to working between 5-10 hours per week through summer and the following academic year. All team members must be available to meet in person with the team on the following dates: Orientation/ Hiring Paperwork: Monday, June 22nd from 9am-2pm Bi-weekly Research Team Training/Meeting: Tuesdays from 11-1, starting July 7th through September 15th.

Materials (https://alumnischolarsclub.org/php/res/35) should be submitted via e-mail no later than 5pm on Monday, May 25th to sairo@saonet.ucla.edu

Student Jobs at the Hammer Museum

The Hammer Museum seeks to hire several part-time Visitor Experience Representative (VERs) for this academic year. VERS actively engage with visitors in the galleries, during events, and at the Museum's entrance. Serving as the fact of the institution, VERs are responsible for introducing visitors to the Hammer, safeguarding the art, and facilitating an exchange with a diverse cross-section of individuals. Check out the flyer for more details regarding the position here.

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