Biomedical Research Summer Program – American Gastroenterological Association (posted 11/30/2023)
- The American Gastroenterological Association is now accepting applications for two undergraduate programs, through February 1, 2024. The AGA-Aman Armaan Ahmed Family SURF for Success Program supports six undergraduate students from groups traditionally underrepresented in biomedical research to perform 10-weeks of mentored research related to digestive diseases during summer 2024.
- The award provides a stipend and opportunities to learn about future training and career options. The AGA-Dr. Harvey Young Education & Development Foundation’s Young Guts Scholars Program supports six undergraduate students from groups traditionally underrepresented in biomedical research to perform 10-months of mentored research related to digestive diseases throughout the 2024-2025 academic year. The award provides a stipend, AGA membership, and a travel allowance to attend Digestive Disease Week®. Complete applicant eligibility, application requirements and award terms are found at gastro.org/undergraduate-funding. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for questions.
- Application Closes Feb. 1, 2024
Student Organization – Doctors Without Borders (posted 11/28/2023)
- Our last meeting is November 29th, 6-7pm in Hitchcock 031. We’re doing a board game night with Christmas food and music! Come hang out with us and have some fun before finals season!
- Last reminder about the Fall Scavenger Hunt this Friday at 5pm! Meet in front of Thompson Library in the Oval, and come with teams of 5 people. It’s $5 per person to enter, and the winners take 50% of the pot! Flyer is attached!
- We have a hot chocolate fundraiser on December 6th from 10am-2pm in the Oval! Let everyone know and stop by!
Student Organization – MEDLIFE (posted 11/28/2023)
- MEDLIFE stands for medicine education and development for low-income families everywhere. Through both local and international volunteering efforts, we strive to make a meaningful impact on communities worldwide. Our commitment extends to hosting various events—volunteer initiatives, fundraisers, and social gatherings—that cultivate a sense of community among our members. Join us every other Wednesday at 7 P.M. For more information, visit @medlifeosu on Instagram or medlifeosu.com.
Student Organization – Prescription Fitness (posted 11/28/2023)
About Prescription Fitness: Our mission is to promote health and wellness by creating a supportive and inclusive environment that empowers individuals from all walks of life. We are dedicated to creating an inclusive culture of optimal health, fitness, and nutrition within marginalized communities. We believe that everyone deserves access to the resources and knowledge needed to achieve their optimal health, regardless of their background.
Why Join Prescription Fitness?
- Inclusive Community: We strive to create a diverse and welcoming community where everyone feels valued and supported in their health and fitness journey.
- Educational Opportunities: We host many events centered around exercise and fitness that are incredibly applicable to daily life.
- Executive Board Opportunities: We have several executive board seats available, providing you with a chance to take a leadership role in shaping the future of Prescription Fitness.
How to Get Involved:
- Follow our Instagram:@osurxfitness
- Join our GroupMe: https://groupme.com/join_group/95879027/krDazDvy
- Volunteer Interest Form:https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScRTfYvVcRF74cs3VEXEnour6Y8y1y0mFiwHJToXsgXlxc6FA/viewform
- Executive Board Application: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScRTfYvVcRF74cs3VEXEnour6Y8y1y0mFiwHJToXsgXlxc6FA/viewform
- Our linktree:https://linktr.ee/rxxfitness
Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program – Application is Open (posted on 11/28/2023)
The University of Michigan Samuel & Jean Frankel Cardiovascular Center (Frankel CVC) is pleased to announce the 2024 Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) program. This 10-week fellowship will be held May 28, 2024 through August 2, 2024.
Each accepted fellow will be matched based on their interests, to a laboratory led by a Frankel CVC faculty member. This collection of laboratories is involved in internationally recognized research in topics such as atherosclerosis, genetic cardiomyopathies, blood clotting disorders, cardiac arrhythmias, vascular biology, and heart failure. Fellows will be paid bi-weekly at a rate of $15/hour for ten weeks of full-time (40 hours/week) work. The program includes weekly scientific seminars and coffee hours, social events, and a two-day research symposium when fellows will present their research to their peers, FCVC faculty, and staff.
The 2024 application is open. If you are a dedicated undergraduate student interested in research, especially if you might be interested in pursuing biomedical research as a part of your long-term career plans, you should consider applying.
Buckeye Pen Pals (posted on 11/27/23)
- Buckeye Pen Pals is an initiative designed to connect current OSU students with alumni and give them resources to build meaningful relationships. These connections aim to pair students with alumni in similar career fields. For students, this program provides a mentor that can help students polish resumes, find internships, and gain general career advice. For mentors, the program offers a unique way to mentor and support students who are pursuing a similar career path all while maintaining a connection with their alma mater.
- Alumni sign up here!
- Students sign up here!
- The student deadline to register is December 1st. The alumni deadline to register is December 31st.
- If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to email@example.com!
Pre-PA Q&A Student Panel (posted on 11/27/23)
- The First Gen Pre-PA Club will be hosting an event on Wednesday 11/29 at 4:30pm in the Ohio Union (Senate Chamber Room) with a Q&A panel 4 OSU Pre-PA students who were accepted into PA school this cycle.
The Cleveland Clinic’s MOST Fellowship is now Accepting Applications! (posted on 11/7/23)
- The Cleveland Clinic Foundations Clinical Post-baccalaureate program is accepting applications for the 2024-2025 Cohort through April 30th! In partnership with Stanford University, the MOST Fellowship is a 12 month program designed to provide exceptional clinical experience and professional development to students while strengthening their applications to Medical school, PA school, and other health care programs. Students in our program act as a Medical Scribe in clinic with a Physician Mentor. The most recent MOST Fellowship cohort had an 88% acceptance rate into medical school.
- Students complete 24 hours per week of scribing and medical observation with their assigned clinical preceptor in clinic. Other optional experiences included in the MOST fellowship are:
- Shadowing in other medical specialties
- Conducting research in any specialty of interest
- Multiple group volunteering projects throughout the year
- MCAT tutoring
- Experiences in state-of-the-art simulation lab workshops
- In person and virtual clinical workshops
- Access to Cleveland Clinic Residency Grand Rounds
- Medical school site visits and interview prep
- Ability for paid part time opportunities within the Cleveland Clinic
- Letters of recommendation
- MOST Fellow Alumni Peer Mentor for Application Support
- End of the year Stanford University-Cleveland Clinic Research Symposium
- To learn more, visit the MOST Fellowships website here: MOST Fellowship Website, or Email MOSTFellowship@ccf.org.
Job Fair for Mercy Health (posted on 11/6/23)
HRS and College of Nursing will host a Job Fair for Mercy Health on November 13, 2024, from 12:00PM to 2:30PM in Heminger Hall Atrium. Mercy Health, serving the greater Dayton/Cincinnati area, will be visiting Ohio State on 11/13/2023 to speak with students from the College of Nursing and School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences regarding their healthcare employment opportunities, 10k sign-on bonus, and tuition assistance opportunities. Please stop by the Heminger Hall Atrium between 12:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. to speak directly with a recruiter and to enjoy a snack! Preview jobs here: https://careers.mercy.com/us/en.
Student Organization – Heart for the Unhoused at Ohio State (posted on 11/6/23)
Heart for the Unhoused at Ohio State Application is now open!! We focus on serving the unhoused population within Central Ohio and beyond. This year, we are selecting individuals passionate about serving this population to join our organization. This process entails a short application, followed by 10-15 minute interviews for select individuals. We will invite around 40-70 applicants for an interview.
Learn more about our organization by visiting our website and following our Instagram. You can access these from here:
- Here are a few items to consider before filling out the application:
There is a 4-hour per month community service requirement for all members. This is to ensure that all members remain engaged with the community we are collectively serving while also accruing consistent service hours that may be highly beneficial for future endeavors. We have multiple committees with specific goals within the organization. Click on the application link to learn more about each type of position. Reach out to Mehra.firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
- General Body meetings are held from 8-9 PM every Monday at the Creative Arts Room in the Ohio Union. Members are expected to attend all meetings unless they have a documented reason for not being able to attend.
Ohio Rural Health Association Pre-health Professionals (posted on 11/6/23)
Join the Ohio Rural Health Association’s Rising Health Professionals Committee! The Rural New Health Professionals is a state-wide organization dedicated to bringing together individuals who are new to healthcare – to connect with one another, learn more about rural health, and collectively support our underserved communities throughout Ohio. The group offers education and training opportunities, networking, and outreach programming for any professionals who are members of Ohio Rural Health Association! We meet virtually to accommodate our members all over Ohio. Sign up here to learn more and get involved! https://forms.gle/7wNZ7XBV6mbPzoac9
What is the Ohio Rural Health Association? An advocate and networking connection for rural community hospitals, clinics, care providers, and legislators across the state of Ohio. https://www.ohioruralhealth.org/ Our Mission- To enhance the health and well-being of the state’s rural citizens and communities. Through the combined efforts of individuals, organizations, professionals, and community leaders, the association is a collective voice for rural health issues and a conduit for information and resources.
Student Organization – Alpha Epsilon Delta (posted on 11/6/23)
Are you a pre-health student wanting to find other students just like you to learn more about your future professional career? Then Alpha Epsilon Delta is the place for you! We are a national pre-professional health honorary society dedicated to helping students get ready for a career in healthcare. By joining this student org, you can form relationships with others just like you and make the path to the health care more accessible. Our meetings are biweekly on Tuesdays from 7-8pm in Enarson 230. Join AED today for the opportunity to become a national member and travel to the national convention THIS Spring 2024!
Contact us at: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or check out our website: https://osuaedelta.wixsite.com/aedohiostate/contact
Student Organization – Volunteers Around the World (VAW) Global Health Alliances (posted on 11/6/23)
Join VAW Global Health Alliances at The Ohio State University! This is an incredible opportunity to volunteer alongside physicians to provide basic medical care to communities abroad. Interns will take vitals, shadow doctors, distribute medications, learn about basic pharmacology, and prepare a public health lesson to teach to children. You will also have opportunities during free days to explore your host country and fully immerse yourself in the culture. This is a 2-week intensive trip valuable to those who want to gain experience and collaborate in sustainable projects with partner communities while also having fun exploring a new country.
As of Tuesday, September 5th we are accepting applicants of all majors for our summer trips to Peru and the Dominican Republic! We will also have leadership positions available in the spring! Email us at email@example.com or email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org for a trip application and to be added to our mailing list for more information about general body meetings and trips.
Trip Dates (**Note: These are tentative dates.)
Peru: July 16th-30th, 2024
Dominican Republic: May 7th-21st, 2024
Follow us on Instagram @vaw_osu to stay updated, and check out our national website www.vawglobal.org.
Student Organization – Blueprints for Pangaea (posted on 11/6/23)
The Ohio State University chapter of Blueprints for Pangaea is currently working with Nationwide Children’s Hospital to send unused medical supplies internationally to those in need. In addition, the chapter is working on local sustainability and community outreach projects. The chapter is looking for dedicated and passionate students to continue making a meaningful impact from their campus involvement. In previous projects, the chapter has sent medical supplies to Ukraine and Honduras, organized campus clean-up events, and distributed COVID relief kits to members of the Columbus community.
If you are interested in joining this student organization, consider attending our first meeting of the spring semester. The meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 6th at 6 pm in Enarson Classroom Building Room 209. We look forward to seeing you there!
Student Organization – Buckeyes Against Cancer (posted on 11/6/23)
Are you interested in brightening the lives of those fighting cancer and other illnesses in Columbus? If so, please join us at our first Buckeyes Against Cancer meeting! The meeting is from 8-9pm on Tuesday, September 5th at Enarson Classroom Building 202. We will discuss our plans for the year and make cards for patients at The James! For more information about our upcoming meetings, please email email@example.com and join our GroupMe: https://groupme.com/join_group/64104124/8Rp6cra9
Volunteer Opportunity – Columbus Free Clinic (posted on 11/6/23)
The Columbus Free Clinic is a student-run organization, providing educational opportunities for professional and undergraduate volunteers and quality, culturally competent healthcare to our community. We have an onsite laboratory that is staffed by undergraduate volunteers and medical students. We are looking for undergraduates who may be interested in volunteering Thursdays 5:45 – 10:15pm. All volunteers should have some form of phlebotomy certification or work experience. They can fill out this interest form to get more information in the future: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScIpErtVc-jrcViGWnhj2Qi9Zqu50KOBRYIfCNQI31eGGXpaQ/viewform?usp=sf_link
Student Organization – The Muscle Movement Foundation at Ohio State (posted on 11/6/23)
The Muscle Movement Foundation at Ohio State is a nonprofit dedicated to helping patients in the Columbus area with neuromuscular diseases. This year we are partnering with the ALS Foundation to provide our students with more volunteering opportunities, including in meeting service hours. This volunteering will allow for direct patient interaction in a non-caregiving role and will allow students to see the real-life impacts of neuromuscular disease. We also plan to host guest speakers at our meetings to share their expertise. For any questions or to join our club, please reach out to Ainsley Naso via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AMSA Mentorship Program (posted on 11/6/23)
Dear Pre- Medical Students…Are you thinking about applying to medical school? Do you have questions about the application process? Are you interested in getting some advice from current medical students? We have the program for you! The AMSA Mentorship Program, through Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine, will lead a series of workshops on the topics of Studying and Classes, Extracurriculars + Gap Year, Letter of Recommendations, Personal Statement/Experiences + AMCAS/AACOMAS application, and Interview Prep. This free Mentorship Program will span from the 2023-2024 school year. We intend on hosting six workshop sessions that include activities, breakout sessions, and guest speakers, from October-December. This will be completely virtual. You will also be paired up with a mentor who will do weekly check-ins with you. More information will be given in the GroupMe with the schedules and during the Orientation Session. This will be a great opportunity to discuss in your medical school applications/interviews.
Regardless of what year you are in undergrad, or if you’re taking a gap year, or anything else — this program will prove to be beneficial to you! If you are interested in participating in this Mentorship Program, please sign-up here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1LZnKqIyfU3uTZiUPXyG6hla3DR2wWW-AVHJzTX3NiRg/edit?usp=sharing and join our GroupMe https://groupme.com/join_group/96688871/zuvTFxqt
Gap Year Opportunity – AmeriCorps (posted on 11/6/23)
My name is Darean Talmadge and I am reaching out to share an AmeriCorps service year opportunity with you, caring for infants and children up to age six who are at risk for abuse and neglect in Houston, TX. Hands of Hope AmeriCorps Members will serve these vulnerable children throughout a 12-month commitment, living in a private, gated community (at no cost) and receiving a living allowance.
Hands of Hope AmeriCorps Members will work collaboratively with other AmeriCorps Members in the home to ensure that children’s physical, emotional, and mental needs are met. While the commitment to our organization is only one year, the impact AmeriCorps Members have on the children in their care is lifelong. In turn, the children’s strength, resilience, and love will also make a lifelong impact on them.
We are currently accepting applications for the September 2024-August 2025 service year. Our application can be found at: https://www.casahope.org/hands-of-hope-application. For more information, please contact Darean Talmadge 713-529-0639 email@example.com
Mentorship Opportunity – Community Connectors at Ohio State (posted on 11/6/23)
1 hour of your time, 1 moment of understanding, 1 life changed. Community Connectors is a youth mentorship program through the local non-profit, Community Refugee and Immigration Services (CRIS). As a mentor, you are matched with new Americans ages 5-24 and gain the opportunity to serve the Columbus community and learn in the process. Interested? Please fill out the form below and contact firstname.lastname@example.org for questions! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSccOuIhO395_lVCn_8Ega7GZQkXr8HdOBMcgpu03sbrLdp-Lg/viewform
PreMed @ OSU Discord (posted on 11/6/23)
A discord server started by a medical student and a pre-health student here at The Ohio State University. The goal of the server is to help pre-health students by providing them with advice from real medical students and a network of students who plan on becoming health professionals. We also have fun activities and game nights for the students. In addition, we have study channels for students and many resources for any who seek academic excellence. https://discord.gg/WHgUSbT4P(A 30-day link with u limited uses)
OSU Medical Outreach (posted on 11/6/23)
We are a volunteer-based club focused on reaching out to local patient-centered organizations. Our purpose is to provide backend support to local organizations and establish their presence in the Columbus community. We are currently registering as a new student organization.
In addition to providing volunteers to local clinics, our main focus is to provide volunteer opportunities more focused on supporting the operations needed to establish the presence of local organizations in a community. These operations include marketing, fundraising, networking with partners, and other types of backend support to ensure these organizations can effectively fulfill their missions. We are looking for potential leaders if you’re interested here is the leadership application: https://forms.gle/mSQgpYjXVnm7R9Y5A
Apply to be a Standardized Patient (SPs) (posted on 11/6/23)
SPs are specifically recruited and trained with realistic case materials to portray the patient in simulated encounters accurately and consistently. These experiences are designed to fill the gap between learning in the classroom and real-life interactions. Click here for further information and how to apply.
Job Fair for Mercy Health (posted on 10/25/23)
Mercy Health, serving the greater Dayton/Cincinnati area, will be visiting Ohio State on 11/13/2023 to speak with students from the College of Nursing and School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences regarding their healthcare employment opportunities, 10k sign-on bonus, and tuition assistance opportunities. Please stop by the Heminger Hall Atrium between 12:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. to speak directly with a recruiter and to enjoy a snack!
- November 13, 2024, from 12 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Preview jobs here: https://careers.mercy.com/us/en.
Rural New Health Professionals for the Ohio Rural Health Association (posted on 10/12/23)
The Rural New Health Professionals is a state-wide organization dedicated to bringing together individuals who are new to healthcare – to connect with one another, learn more about rural health, and collectively support our underserved communities throughout Ohio. The group offers education and training opportunities, networking, and outreach programming for any professionals who are members of Ohio Rural Health Association! We meet virtually to accommodate our members all over Ohio.
Some Additional Information!What is the Ohio Rural Health Association? An advocate and networking connection for rural community hospitals, clinics, care providers, and legislators across the state of Ohio. https://www.ohioruralhealth.org/Our Mission- To enhance the health and well-being of the state’s rural citizens and communities. Through the combined efforts of individuals, organizations, professionals, and community leaders, the association is a collective voice for rural health issues and a conduit for information and resources.
Virtual Mock MMI Opportunity (posted on 10/12/23)
The College of Arts and Sciences and Student Life’s Career Counseling and Support Services are collaborating to offer three Virtual Mock MMI opportunities for prehealth students this semester. The Virtual Mock MMI sessions will take place on the following dates:
- Session 1: Thursday, October 5th – 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
- Session 2: Thursday, October 26th – 10:00 am to 11:30 am
- Session 3: Thursday, November 2nd – 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm
Many health professions programs use Multiple Mini Interviews (MMI) to assess candidates. This event will give you the opportunity to experience a mini version of the MMI, in order to familiarize you with the format and help you feel better prepared for upcoming interviews.
To register, please email Michelle Norris (Norris.email@example.com) with the following information:
- Have you submitted your application to a health professions program for the current application cycle? If so, which type of program (i.e. medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, etc.)?
- Do you have an MMI scheduled at a minimum of one program? If so, what is the date of the interview?
- Which session would you like to attend, Session 1 or Session 2 or Session 3? (please note that you must be available for the entire time listed for the session you select – this is not a drop-in event)
Space is limited and we may not be able to accommodate everyone with an interest in participating. We will prioritize registration requests for students who have an MMI interview scheduled and in the order the registration requests are received.
A confirmation of your registration, including the Zoom link you will use, will be sent to you no later than one week before the session.
2023 Autumn Undergraduate Research Festival (posted on 10/12/23)
Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry is proud to host the annual Autumn Undergraduate Research Festival. This event is a research poster forum for students to share their faculty-mentored research projects with the broader academic community. The Autumn Festival is not specific to any discipline; students from all majors across the university are invited to apply, and student presenters should prepare to discuss their research with a general audience
- Students can present projects that are still ongoing – final results are not necessary for participation. We will also host an Abstract Writing Workshop (more details below) to help students ahead of the festival. The application for the 2023 Autumn Undergraduate Research Festival will close on Sunday, October 15, at 11:59 p.m.Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Click the red box below for application information
- Application Info
Discover Podiatric Medicine Open House for College Students & Advisors (posted on 9/29/23)
- Discover why so many students are training to become Foot & Ankle Physicians/ Surgeons at Kent State’s College of Podiatric Medicine.
- Learn more about the unique specialty that combines surgery, sports medicine, diabetic limb salvage, dermatology, radiology and more!
- October 14, 2023, 10:00am – 2:00pm, KSUCPM Campus (In-Person Event) Register here
Student Organization – Magical Moments Foundation (posted on 9/29/23)
Magical Moments Foundation strives to connect with children with facial differences through various heartfelt experiences and fundraisers. Our goal is to create meaningful connections with these children as they grow in confidence. If interested to join, please contact MAGICALMOMENTSOSU@GMAIL.COM for further information and news.
Meetings will be held every Thursday from 6-7 pm as locations will be updated on our instagram: mmfosu
Join the Undergraduate Chapter of Doctors Without Borders!! (posted on 9/29/23)
Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF, or in English: Doctors Without Borders) is an international nonprofit organization that is known mostly for providing emergency medical services to war-torn countries as well as countries affected by epidemic diseases and natural disasters. MSF operates in over 65 countries and consists of teams of over 42,000 doctors, nurses, logisticians and other healthcare professionals.
As an official undergraduate chapter under the international organization, we support their message and efforts through fundraising and advocacy. We are a pre-health organization that offers many great opportunities for our members such as talking to MSF physician speakers, student mentoring, local volunteering, professional student panels, First-Aid training, admissions counselor advising, and connections to yearly abroad medical volunteering trips. In addition to these things, we also have social events for our members to get to know each other!
Ohio Medical Education Day (OMED) (posted on 9/29/23)
Ohio Medical Education Day (OMED) is an annual conference intended specifically for pre-med students who are not currently in the application cycle. OMED 2023 will be on Saturday, October 14, 2023, on the campus of the Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) in Rootstown, Ohio. During this all-day event, representatives from the medical schools in Ohio and surrounding states provide information that will help potential applicants prepare for their future to become the best physician that you can be. This will include what you can be doing now to grow as a person, how to build a strong application, and what are the parts of the application cycle. There will be time to hear from a panel of medical students and time to chat with the medical school representatives. An optional tour of the medical school will be available at the end of the day.
First Gen Pre-PA Club! (posted on 9/22/23)
- Represents students from underrepresented backgrounds through facilitating an online, Spotify Podcast and Instagram mentorship platform. Here, we encourage vulnerable conversation from Pre-PA students, PA-S’s, and PA-C’s on their personal, non traditional, first-generation journeys into the Physician Assistant profession. By acknowledging the disparities and setbacks that being first-generation has on collegiate students, this organization has proven that what once seemed impossible, is now becoming reality for first-generation students everywhere.
- Watch the video below and click here for more information.
2024 HRS Mentorship Program (posted on 9/1/23)
This unique opportunity allows for our current students to be paired with a School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences alumni mentor. This short-term virtual mentorship program will take place from January 2024-March 2024, with an expectation of 1-2 virtual meetings per month at the discretion of the mentors and mentees. Selected students will be notified of their matches in late December/early January. Alumni mentors and student mentees will be matched based upon professional experiences. All students are encouraged to apply! For questions, please contact Kyrsten Robinette at Robinette.email@example.com.
Students Interested in Health and Medicine (posted on 9/1/23)
PUBAFRS 5620: Rapid Innovation for Public Impact has openings on a few of our teams for one member each. We would love to get students who might be interested in networking in these fields, growing professional skills, and adding to their resume. We have seen students get hired as a result of their performance in this class for both internships and full-time employment! Undergraduate students have used this course to earn capstone credit in various departments. The course is also open to all graduate level students and is part of the Wicked Science GIS.
The organizations and challenges are listed below for students. Please send this on to students who you feel might be interested and have them reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org for permission to add.
- Ohio National Guard – An opportunity to help with the holistic health of guard members including mental, physical, and nutritional by creating a holistic health web portal to give guard members access to the information and resources they need.
- Nationwide Children’s Hospital – The medical field has found difficulty recruiting new employees, especially in the pediatric anesthesiology field. Students will learn why this recruiting gap is happening and how to combat it.
OSU Career and Internship Fair (posted on 9/1/23)
2023 OSU Career and Internship Fair is a university-wide event that takes place two days, both in-person and virtual. The career fair will include new exciting opportunities to engage with diverse students across all majors, graduate programs and career levels.
- In-Person: Wednesday, September 13 from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Ohio Union
- Interview Day: Thursday, September 14 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Ohio Union
- Virtual: Thursday, September 14 from 2 to 6 p.m. on Handshake
To learn more about our university-wide career and internship fair, along with Career Week and Sponsorhips, visit our Information for Employers tab. Students can visit Career and Preperation page for more information on up-coming career fairs and tips for a successful career fair experience.
Global Leadership Initiative (GLI) (posted on 8/16/23)
Focuses on building various skills to prepare students in becoming well-rounded global citizens and leaders. The yearly cohort consists of 24 international and domestic students who participate in weekly leadership workshops, networking dinners, social excursions and self-initiated community outreach. The overall purpose of these activities is to achieve the goal of a more globalized campus environment, improvement of social awareness and a focus on career professionalism.
Ambassador for the College of Nursing’s Innovation Studio (posted on 8/16/23)
The moveable maker space which fosters interprofessional collaboration. Plan two events over the course of a year at the Innovation Studio for your friends, club, class, residence hall, etc. and we’ll fund the food, supplies, etc. of your event (up to $500).
The Second Year Transformational Experience Program (STEP) (posted on 8/16/23)
Represents a unique opportunity for second-year students to explore their academic, personal, and professional goals under the guidance of a Faculty Mentor.
Virtual Student Federal Service Internships (VSFI) (posted on 8/16/23)
These are our traditional writing, editing, research and graphic design internships, but this year you will have the opportunity to experiment with using AI tools for content creation. No experience with AI is necessary.
2023 University-Wide Ohio State University Career and Internship Fair (posted on 8/16/23)
In-Person: Wednesday, September 13 from 1- 5 p.m. at the Ohio Union
- Virtual: Thursday, September 14 from 2-6 p.m. on Handshake.
OSU Center for Bioethics 10th Anniversary and Conferences (posted on 8/16/23)
September 21 from 7am-4:30pm
Information Session for MMSc. In Biomedical Sciences: (posted on 4/4/23)
Tuesday, March 28: 6-7 pm
Register at: https://graduateschool.miamioh.edu/portal/general-list (programs listed on this page in chronological order)
Information Session – Miami University PA Program and Post-Bacc Program (posted on 4/4/23)
Register at: https://graduateschool.miamioh.edu/portal/general-list (programs listed on this page in chronological order)
Thursday, April 6: 6-7 pm
Tuesday, May 2: 6-7 pm
TEDxOhioStateUniversity – Currents (posted on 3/3/23)
- My name is Addy Zugaro, and I am the director of the Public Relations committee in the student organization TEDxOhioStateUniversity. Our organization’s mission is to bring “Ideas Worth Spreading” to the Ohio State community. Annually, we hold a main event in the spring that features ideas from students, faculty, and alumni of the university. The event consists of critically selected speakers who spread their ideas and innovations through short, yet powerful talks to a vast audience.
- This year, that event is called Currents, and it is taking place on Saturday, March 4th! The event will start at 12pm at Mershon Auditorium and will end tentatively around 4. We are featuring 12 fantastic speakers and 1 talented performance group, and there will be an audience gift and lunch provided at the event. Tickets are currently on sale, and they are $15 for students and $30 for all others.
- We have one speaker in particular that may be of interest to those in the PreHealth program: Dr. Parvati Singh. Dr. Parvati Singh is a psychiatric epidemiologist in the College of Public Health at OSU. She studies racial disparities in health outcomes, particularly disparities in population-level mental health outcomes. In her talk, she is going to be discussing the causal linkage between structural racism and involuntary psychiatric commitments.
- TEDxOhioStateUniversity Website: tedx.osu.edu
- Ticketing Website: go.osu.edu/mainevent
Doctors Without Borders: Interested in Going to Medical School? (posted on 3/3/23)
- Are you planning on applying to medical school? If so, join us at our next meeting on Wednesday March 1st in Lazenby 021. We will be joined by Julie Brim, the Director of Admissions at The Ohio State University College of Medicine and an Ohio State University alumnus. Julie is passionate about helping future medical students define their path and pursue their dream of becoming a physician. She will be discussing ways in which undergraduate students can get ahead and become strong applicants for medical school. She will also be explaning the process of applying to medical school, the requirements necessary to apply, and the inside tips and tricks for how to best present yourself as an applicant.
- Email OSU@msfchapter.org to join our email list to stay up to date on upcoming meetings and events! You can also follow us on instagram https://www.instagram.com/msf.osu/
Student Organization – Empower Through Health (posted on 2/20/23)
- Join us this Wednesday 3/1 at 6pm in Enarson 246 to learn about implicit biases. This will be a judgement-free environment to discuss implicit biases and learn strategies to combat them! ETH will be holding elections for 2 Co-Presidents and a Treasurer for the 23-24 academic calendar on 3/8 at 6pm in Enarson 246. If you’re interested please fill out this google form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSel3xmb3aKK8oUiVwUxuqSKg3gZuQrwFC8GmRjmDsAHdhA2wg/viewform?usp=pp_url
- If you have any questions about the meeting or election feel free to email Cara at email@example.com
Student Organization – Pre-Med APAMSA (posted on 2/20/23)
- The Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association (APAMSA) is a national organization consisting of medical and pre-medical students whose purpose is to address unique health challenges of Asian American, Native Hawaiian, & Pacific Islander (AANHPI) communities. As a Pre-Med chapter at OSU, we work closely with the APAMPSA chapter at the OSU College of Medicine to provide many opportunities to network and connect with people in the field of Medicine. Follow us on Instagram @premedapamsa.osu and for any questions, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If you would like to apply for EBoard, please visit: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfS7Ngwr_1Tqv6i89mu_AJW4SBHHZXarWf88HrRiYPNzbzUnQ/viewform?usp=sf_link (Application Deadline is Friday, March 3rd @11:59pm)
Harm Reduction – Reducing Stigma & Saving Lives (posted on 3/1/23)
- On March 30th, HRS is hosting a series of harm reduction events. First, a Narcan distribution table will be provided by the OSU Student Wellness Center in Atwell Hall (11a-12p) and Meiling Hall (4p-5p). Those who visit the table will receive brief education and instruction on Narcan use from a Student Wellness Coordinator and will walk away with their own Narcan kit.
- Then, from 5-6p Dr. Beth Weinstock will present the work her organization, BirdieLight, is speaking to” save lives by educating young people about the danger of unintentional fentanyl ingestion, and by empowering them with tools to detect fentanyl before they ingest.” To view information about BirdieLight and to hear Dr. Weinstock’s personal story, you can visit: https://www.birdielight.org/ourstory We hope to see you there!
Get Involved with Kindness at OSU (posted on 2/20/23)
- At Ohio State, there are many ways to get involved and spread kindness to your fellow Buckeyes and the community. From events and opportunities hosted by the Kindness Committee to student organizations and Student Life cohorts, all Buckeyes can get involved. Sign up to be notified of kindness events and opportunities by visiting go.osu.edu/KindSignUp
- Click here for more information on Kindness at OSU
Biomedical Informatics Summer Internship Program (posted on 2/20/23)
- The Department of Biomedical Informatics (BMI) hosts an annual 12-week internship program each summer that provides graduating high school seniors and current undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to pursue research projects under the guidance of research and operational staff and renowned faculty mentors.
- Click here for further information.
Graduate and Professional School Fair (posted on 2/20/23)
- February 28, 2023 from 1-4 p.m. EST.
- Location: In-person at the Ohio Union (1739 N. High Street, Columbus, OH
- This fair welcomes students who are interested in pursuing their education further, connect with various schools and programs and learn more about the application and admissions process. If your school or program is interested in learning more, please email us at email@example.com. Space is limited and registration will open on Handshake later this fall. Representatives from various schools will be in attendance to help answer your questions.
- All Ohio State students are invited to come and learn:
- What’s involved in applying?
- What undergraduate courses and programs can help you prepare?
- What programs are available at the different schools?
- Click here for more information
Improving Diversity in Optometric Careers (I-DOC) Application Now Open
- Applications now open for the 2023 in-person program, June 4 – 8
- Improving Diversity in Optometric Careers (I-DOC) is a free, intensive, four-day residential program at The Ohio State University College of Optometry that introduces underrepresented undergraduate college students to the profession of optometry. The purpose of I-DOC is to improve and promote diversity in Optometry by cultivating a diverse student body. The program has been designed to:
- Help students understand the role of diversity in Optometry in overcoming health disparities.
- Expose students to educational opportunities and careers in Optometry.
- Help students navigate the Optometry school application process and develop into competitive and successful applicants.
- A strong academic aptitude that demonstrates the potential to succeed in professional school (cumulative GPA greater than 2.9)
- Identify as students from historically minoritized and marginalized groups to improve health inequities and health care access, including those from LGBTQIA+ identities.
- Undergraduate student or college graduate
- Application Deadline: Sunday, March 19, 2023 at 11:59 pm ET
- For more information and to apply: https://u.osu.edu/idoc/
Student Organization – Chem Club (posted 2/13/2023)
- The Chem Club is partnering with College Mentors for Kids to create a fun volunteer opportunity. Please feel free to share with interested students!
- This will be Tuesday, February 14th from 4-6pm and will involve completing various science experiences with kids. We will meet in front of CBEC by 4 pm and then go as a group to meet with the kids.
- All the details are in the flyer attached. If you are interested, please fill out the google form linked below: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd1-1B8T7KiAKH6TvepG_VrBDNoWcx_CqTkLXAaqFNd2VBSdg/viewform
Student Organization – Empower Through Health (posted 2/13/2023)
- All students interested in global health are invited to attend a zoom lecture hosted by Empower Through Health. MD candidate Scott Blackwell and Jae Lee, MD and Yale fellow in psychiatry will discuss their pathways to global medicine, global health equity, and how to pursue a career in global health. This event will be on Wednesday, February 15th at 6:00 PM. Please use this link to RSVP for the zoom session:
- Reach out to ETH co-president, Alyssa, at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or concerns.
Student Organization – Red Saree (posted 2/6/2023)
- Join us as General Body Members!!! Red Saree is a new club here at OSU raising awareness for South Asian heart health. We aim to inform South Asian groups around Columbus about the increased risk of heart disease and diabetes posed in South Asians and work with Columbus agencies to accumulate and publish research about it. This is a wonderful way to gain experience in public health and health equity!
- To join, please direct-message us with your name.# via our instagram @redsareeosu.
- For any questions, please direct-message via instagram or email us directly at email@example.com.
Mentorship Opportunity – Middle Eastern and North African in Medicine Mentorship Program (posted 2/6/2023)
- The Middle Eastern and North African in Medicine (MENAM) Mentorship Program at OSUCOM is a new opportunity for MENA identifying undergraduate and medical students to connect and learn more about what it’s like to go through the Pre-Med process as well as what the life of a medical student entails. If interested, please fill out our Google form below! Feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions.
SP23 Personal Statement Workshop Registration (1/24/22)
- Are you applying to a professional school in a health-care field (such as medicine, optometry, dentistry, etc.) this summer? If so, you may be interested in participating in the Virtual Prehealth Personal Statement Workshop. This is a small group workshop consisting of three sessions that will help get you started on this important and often difficult component of your application—the personal statement. This is a synchronous online workshop and you must be able to attend all three sessions in order to participate. Registration is required (more on that below).
- Many students procrastinate beginning the personal statement, and if you’ve ever tried writing one, you know that it will take many drafts and revisions to get your statement to where you want it to be. In the workshop we will begin by looking at examples and discussing how to get started. Next, you will compose, workshop, and revise drafts of your own personal statement.
- Only for current Ohio State students and recent graduates who are applying to a professional school in a healthcare field, such as veterinary, medical, dental, etc. summer of 2023. No freshmen or sophomores.
- When & Where:
- You must commit to attending all THREE sessions – no exceptions will be made – in order to participate. Each session will last an hour and a half on these dates:
- Tuesday, January 31 from 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm
- Tuesday, February 14 from 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm
- Tuesday, February 28 from 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm
- You must commit to attending all THREE sessions – no exceptions will be made – in order to participate. Each session will last an hour and a half on these dates:
Space is limited and registration is first come, first served. Registration will close on Friday, January 27 at noon. To sign up for the workshop, email me at email@example.com with the following information:
- Your name
- Your OSU email address (name.#)
- Your major
- Health professions program to which you will be applying
Leadership + Service Opportunity – Romophos (1/24/23)
- Hey everyone! I’m writing to share an exciting opportunity for students interested in service and leadership. We are Romophos, a sophomore class honorary that focuses on community service within our campus and greater Columbus community. We are also focused on leadership and personal development. We are currently recruiting freshmen who are looking to get in their foot in the door for both service and a leadership role on the executive board or sophomores who may want to get involved in service and community building in their final months of sophomore year. We are also a collaborative organization and strive to meet the current needs of our community, so we are always open to new service. To learn more about Romophos, future service projects, exec board positions for future sophomores, fill out the interest form below for more information to come.
Paid Opportunity – Crosby’s Drugs (1/24/23)
- Crosby’s Drugs is looking to hire multiple pharmacy technicians! We are located at 2609 North High Street, just a few miles north of campus. Our hours of operations are Monday- Friday 9am-7pm and Saturday from 9am-4pm. Hours are flexible with students. This position offers a great opportunity for any student looking to pursue a career in healthcare. Crosby’s Drugs is an independently owned Pharmacy that would provide experiences in retail pharmacy, long term care pharmacy, and medical equipment.
- Interested students can email their resume to Sam at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop into the store during normal operating hours and ask to speak to a pharmacist. Looking forward to hearing from you!
Student Organization – Health Sciences Club (1/24/23)
- Join the Health Sciences Club for our first meeting of spring semester next Tuesday (01/24) at 6:30pm in 136 Atwell Hall! We are a student organization that strives to bring a sense of community within the Health Sciences major where we talk about class schedules, volunteer opportunities, and graduate and career advice. During our meetings you will get a chance to mingle with fellow classmates and HRS faculty.
- This meeting we will get to hear a presentation about Ohio Rural Healthcare and It’s Intersects on Appalachian Communities. “This presentation encompasses a holistic range on what rural health means for the 25% of Ohioans that experience it, as well as how it influences care for everyone else.”
- For more information follow our Instagram @osu_healthsciences_club and/or email Abby Halsey.85 to be added to our email group and GroupMe!
Student Organization – MEDLIFE (1/24/23)
- MEDLIFE stands for medicine education and development for low income families everywhere. To learn more about our club and our upcoming trip to Peru come to our first meeting on Wednesday January 25th from 7-8 at Evans Lab 1008. Visit our website medlifeosu.com. to see our meeting schedule and learn more about our club!
January PreDOC Meeting – Admissions Process at Ohio University (1/24/23)
- We are kicking off our 2023 PreDOC sessions this Wednesday, 1/25 at 6:00. This session’s topic is the admissions process at HCOM. Jill Harman, our Senior Director of Admissions will be presenting along with several HCOM students.
- Looking forward to our meeting with Jill Harman, Senior Director of Admissions at OU-HCOM and a panel of awesome HCOM students!
- Microsoft Teams meeting
- Join on your computer, mobile app or room device
- Click here to join the meeting
- Meeting ID: 266 307 199 748
- Join with a video conferencing device
- Video Conference ID: 117 509 009 3
- Alternate VTC instructions
- Or call in (audio only)
- +1 614-706-6572,,629860370# United States, Columbus
- Phone Conference ID: 629 860 370#
- Join on your computer, mobile app or room device
American Medical Women’s Association (1/24/23)
- The Premedical Division of AMWA is devoted to supporting premedical students on their journey to medical school. Our 4-week Medical School Jumpstart Series prepares students for medical school applications.
- The program is designed for students at any point in their premedical career. Students at the beginning of their college years will learn valuable lessons about the application process that will prepare them to apply in the future. Students planning to apply soon will receive interactive and hands-on support and guidance as they prepare their application materials. Students will have access to all recordings for each session, so if they are unable to attend live, they can still have access to all the amazing information provided!
- The virtual four-week program is structured as follows:
- Week 1: Personal Statement and Application Essays Workshop
- Week 2: Gap Year Discussion Panel
- Week 3: How to be an authentic, yet strong applicant
- Week 4: Insights from Admissions
- Interested students can register and see more information here – it’s $15 for AMWA members and $55 for non-AMWA members. You can email email@example.com if you have any questions!
Women in Medicine Mentorship Program (posted 1/10/23)
- Our names are Anna Leone and Jane Yu, and we are medical students at OSU! We are mentorship chairs for Women in Medicine, which is a club that wants to empower women interested in healthcare and provide resources for success! We do a program every year where we match up undergraduate students with medical student mentors: they can be a great contact for questions about the medical school process, as well as being a woman in a STEM field.
- We will plan to have an event in late January where you can connect with your mentors and hear from the perspectives of female physicians as well. If you have any questions, feel free to email us (Anna.Leone@osumc.edu and Jane.Yu@osumc.edu)!
- Please fill out the form below if interested, the deadline is January 15th: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfQm-eYfESNkbhLUWGXbrG1C8FgMhsWTsKZS_SoU74uTC9Hhw/viewform
Paid Opportunity – Creative LivingStudent Organization (posted 1/10/23)
- Creative Living, a local organization that provides affordable, wheelchair accessible housing for adults with physical disabilities, seeks qualified applicants for a Resident Assistance (RA) Program at its two communities on the edge of south OSU campus. The Resident Assistants help residents with non-medical, daily living, and basic care activities on an on-call basis for the duration of a 4- or 8-hour shift. This is a great opportunity for an undergraduate or graduate student pursuing a health-related career to garner hands-on experience with adults with disabilities. Flexible scheduling, down time to study, and competitive pay. No experience in necessary.
- For more information or to apply, visit https://creative-living.org/applynow or stop by 150 West 10th Ave., Columbus, Ohio 43201 anytime to pick up an application.
Student Organization – Save the Children at Ohio State (posted 11/21/22)
- Save the Children at Ohio State will work to give children in the world the chance to grow up healthy, educated, and safe so they can have the futures they deserve. We will work to create change for kids in need through fundraising, awareness building, and advocacy events. We plan on doing things like fundraising for humanitarian crises, writing letters of support to those children etc.
- If you would like more information or would like to join please email firstname.lastname@example.org!
Student Organization – Health Science Club (posted 11/1/22)
- Join the Health Sciences Club for our second meeting on October 25 (today!) in 136 Atwell Hall! We are a student organization that strives to bring a sense of community within the Health Sciences major where we talk about class schedules, volunteer opportunities, and graduate and career advice. During our meetings you will get a chance to mingle with fellow classmates and HRS faculty.
- For more information follow our Instagram @osu_healthsciences_club and/or email Abby Halsey.85 to be added to our email group and GroupMe!
Opportunity for Involvement – Lab Assistants in the General Chemistry Prep Lab (posted 11/1/22)
- Gain experience in the Chemistry Lab at OSU by applying for this opportunity. Currently not seeking Spring 2023 applications, but still reach out to Tyler Weaver to discuss this opportunity.
- Click here for more information.
Opportunity for Involvement – Recruitment Hosts (posted 11/1/22)
- The Recruitment Hosts play a vital role in welcoming quality students to campus. They greet and speak with prospective students and their families at recruitment events.
- Applications are due before November 4, 2022.
- Click here for more information and access to the application.
Student Organization – Medsembly & First Gen Pre-PA Club (posted 11/1/22)
Student Organization – Muscle Movement Foundation (posted 11/1/22)
- The Muscle Movement Foundation is looking for more members! MMF at OSU is a collegiate chapter of a national nonprofit for individuals with Neuromuscular diseases. Our members work to raise funds for individuals with neuromuscular diseases (Muscle Champions) in the central Ohio area. We host an annual 5k in the spring and run various smaller fundraisers during the year. We also volunteer with our muscle champions, in the past this has entailed using funds to build a ramp to make their house more accessible or socializing with them during this isolating time. We also currently have several chair positions open which would be a perfect way to gain leadership experience! The club is pretty small so we also try to hold more social events like participating in intramural sports, which we also use to promote muscular health.
- Please contact Holzapfel.email@example.com with any questions or to be added to our mailing list!
Student Organization – Prep Scholars Mentorship Club (posted 11/1/22)
- Prep Scholars Mentorship club (PSM) is an organization that aims to assist students in the Columbus school districts through career and college readiness and tutoring. The club currently visits two schools (one per week, usually) and volunteers are needed for both days.
- Please join the GroupMe if interested by following the link attached, or emailing Casey at firstname.lastname@example.org
Opportunity for Involvement – Day of Play 3v3 Basketball (posted 9/20/22)
- Hi everyone! This fall, BuckeyeThon will be holding a series of 3v3 basketball tournaments as part of our annual Day of Play. These tournaments are free to enter, and you do not need to be registered for BuckeyeThon to sign up. This will be held on October 23rd from 12-2:30pm in the RPAC Upper Gyms. Feel free to email email@example.com with questions. Here’s the form to sign up: https://forms.office.com/r/3EL3AD2VKY
Student Organization – Science Olympiad at The Ohio State University (posted 9/20/22)
- Science Olympiad is a STEM based competition that students in grades K-12 can compete against other schools. The goal of our organization is to provide a quality invitational on Ohio State University soil. If you are interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. please fill out the following form and we can get you up to date with the organization: https://forms.gle/uPAWYA6SNJFdKsNz7 .
- Our next meeting will be on September 25th at 7:30pm on ZOOM (potentially in person depending on the situation with classroom spaces on the weekend). Here’s the zoom link: https://osu.zoom.us/j/91397137397?pwd=WXRjd3BkT3hrcmhEZno2Zkl2Z0J2dz09
Student Organization – Conversations to Remember (posted 9/20/22)
- The goal of the organization is to provide support for people who are lonely, typically in senior community centers, through weekly online meetings.
- If you are interested in joining our organization, our first meeting will be on October 3rd at 5:30pm to 6:30pm at Hitchcock 030. Just so we have an understanding of how many doughnuts to buy, please fill out the following form: https://forms.gle/THMQFYJNUMhCw3Xq8 . If you can’t make the meeting in-person, here is a ZOOM link you can use to attend: https://osu.zoom.us/j/93117588273?pwd=MDlibVFFZmJWUHh0RlVIVSs1azFlUT09
Student Organization – Campus EMS at The Ohio State University (posted 9/20/22)
- Interested in becoming an EMT? Learn more about training and employment opportunities at the next Campus EMS at The Ohio State University meeting on Monday, September 26 at 6pm in Lazenby 001.
- Campus EMS at The Ohio State University is a student organization focused on emergency medical services. Currently, we provide training and educational opportunities available to all students. We are also working towards the establishment of a student-run emergency response service. We hold biweekly meetings on Monday evenings in Lazenby 001. For more information contact email@example.com or visit https://org.osu.edu/campusems/
Student Organization – Heart for the Unhoused at Ohio State (posted 9/20/22)
- We are promoting primary care among homeless people in Columbus area, and one of the projects we working on is to make a student mobile healthcare team, a group of 10 students going to one homeless shelter per week to do free basic primary care to the homeless. This group provides: BP check, vision testing, drug consulting, even dental screening, etc. Additionally, We are looking to begin a nutrition project, in which we gather resources from grocery stores, and supermarkets and distribute them to local shelters. The student team will also collaborate with local shelters help package meals and distribute them individually to residents in need in the city. A third project is to assemble first aid kits using grant money and donations with supplies necessary for unhoused individuals. This kit is designed according to local shelter needs specifically. Lastly, we have created a healthcare guide that highlights affordable locations to treat many common concerns. We are looking for OSU students who would like to create healthcare for other areas across the state.
- If you are interested, please fill out this short application below: https://forms.gle/ZBi29Wg2yFx1Dy9cA
Student-Alumni Council (posted on 9/20/22)
- SAC’s mission is to bring past, present, and future OSU students together by celebrating the countless traditions of Buckeye culture and engaging our student body. From the Homecoming Pep Rally to SAC Spike, SAC provides a diverse set of programs and events that appeal to all students on campus, while also fostering a tight-knit, close community of members. Our application is open now and closes on October 9th at 11:59 PM.
- For more information on SAC and the process on how to apply, check out our website or email our Vice President of Membership, Sophia LaBianco, at (firstname.lastname@example.org). If you have any interest in joining, fill out our Interest Form to be added to any further communications.
Vaccinate America (posted on 9/20/22)
- This is a student-led organization with the goal of furthering vaccine education and awareness among our members and community. They are looking to open a branch of their organization at OSU.
- If you’re interested in starting a branch of Vaccinate America at your school, please fill out the google form here.
Student Organization – Partners in Health Engage (posted on 9/14/2022)
- Focused on achieving the right to healthcare for all people through advocacy, community building and education, and fundraising. We see the inequalities in healthcare as representations of deeper issues. By understanding the legislative processes, historical roots and targeting underlying inequalities, we will be able to effectively serve those in need. Throughout the year, we meet with members of Congress to advocate for public health legislation and organize a 5K to support global public health. We meet every other week on Wednesdays and welcome all majors!
- Here is the link to join our GroupMe https://web.groupme.com/join_group/88681500/1fsdJnSc and our email list http://eepurl.com/hcVdwv You can also follow us on Instagram @pihengageohiostate for meeting information! We look forward to seeing you this semester!
Student Organization – Doctors Without Borders (posted on 9/14/2022)
- Meetings every other Wednesday from 6-7 p.m. at Lazenby 021
- Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF, or in English: Doctors Without Borders) is an international nonprofit organization that is known mostly for providing emergency medical services to war-torn countries as well as countries affected by epidemic diseases and natural disasters. MSF operates in over 65 countries and consists of teams of over 42,000 doctors, nurses, logisticians and other healthcare professionals.
- As an official undergraduate chapter under the international organization, we support their message and efforts through fundraising and advocacy. We are a pre-health organization that offers many great opportunities for our members such as talking to MSF physician speakers, student mentoring, local volunteering, professional student panels, First-Aid training, admissions counselor advising, and connections to yearly abroad medical volunteering trips. In addition to these things, we also have social events for our members to get to know each other!
- Email OSU@msfchapter.org to join our email list to stay up to date on upcoming meetings and events! You can also follow us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/msf.osu/ !
Student Organization – Empower Through Health (posted on 9/14/2022)
- Are you passionate about global health? Do you want to volunteer to improve health outcomes in underserved populations abroad? Come to Empower Through Health’s meeting this Wednesday 9/14 6:00pm-7:00pm in Enarson 202 where we will create sanitation and mental health infographics for rural villages in Uganda. We will be working on improving health literacy and creating infographics to improve sanitation and mental health outcomes! Join us in Enarson Classroom Building room 202 and learn more about promoting sustainable change in healthcare abroad!
- Join our mailing list: email your name.# to Jolee at the below email address to get added.
- Join the GroupMe: https://groupme.com/join_group/70160879/KwqM9bKb
- We also have several open board positions! If you’re interested in joining our board please attend so we can get to know you.
- Questions? Contact Jolee Hatfield-King at email@example.com
Parent and Family Weekend Coffee (posted on 9/14/2022)
- Saturday, September 17, 2022 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. at Atwell Hall Lobby (453 W 10th Ave. Columbus, OH 43210)
- Are you exploring or planning to pursue a career in one of the medical professional programs? The College of Medicine and School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences invite the families of our Biomedical Science and Health Sciences undergraduate students for a meet and greet with faculty from our MD, Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy programs. This is your family’s chance to meet faculty from the programs, ask questions about applications, the curriculum and how they can support you in a future application to professional school. Coffee and donuts provided!
- Click here to register for the event
MEDLIFE (posted 9/14/2022)
- Join us at our next Medlife meeting! We will be having Dr. Carlo Contreras, a surgical oncologist, come speak about his experiences! This is a great opportunity to network with a doctor and get some insight into the medical field! The meeting is at 7:30pm on September 14th at Lazenby 021. For more information about our upcoming events and meetings check out our website medlifeosu.com.
OhioHealth ASIAN and Immigrant Business Resource Groups (posted on 9/12/2022)
- OhioHealth ASIAN and Immigrant Business Resource Groups (BRGs) are excited to share that our student mentorship program is officially underway. The program facilitates mentoring relationships between OhioHealth professionals and Immigrants/AAPI-identifying students in the communities that we serve.
- We would like to invite AAPI-identifying and Immigrant students in your college to apply using the link below. Our purpose is to accelerate the personal and professional development of Immigrants and AAPI-identifying student mentees and to make a difference in our community by developing emerging leaders.
- We are recommending a monthly commitment to connect with your mentors, for a total of 5 months. Unfortunately, there will be a limit on the number of students we can accept into the first group/cohort of mentors and mentees – so we encourage students to sign up right away: https://forms.office.com/r/Kzg99WFHBG
Opportunity Abroad – Global Health Program in Ghana (posted on 9/6/2022)
- The Global Health Program in Ghana is focused on providing student-led sustainable healthcare systems in remote villages in Africa. The focus of the 2022 version is imaging and radiology. The program will focus on setting up imaging systems including mammogram for breast imaging to benefit the locals. Students who are driven and self-directed learners are encouraged to consider applying by emailing a copy of their resume and stating in one or two paragraphs their interests or ideas in serving under-served communities to Dr. Emmanuel Appiah-Kubi at Emmanuel.firstname.lastname@example.org. There is no cost for attending the program though students will be responsible for the costs of travel and their personal upkeep while on the trip.
Village Mentors at Ohio State (posted on 9/6/2022)
- Village Mentors at Ohio State is a university chapter of Village Book Builders, a nonprofit organization that provides personalized, quality education to underserved children through online mentoring partnerships.
- If you are interested in learning more, please fill out our Interest Form: https://forms.gle/efdsSivG1VsLcSnX8 to receive Zoom details for our first meeting.
- Questions? Email us at email@example.com and follow us on Instagram @villagementorsosu for updates!
Medical Innovations Club (posted on 9/6/2022)
- Medical Innovations Club is all about student-led projects based on medicine. We have two medical projects running for the upcoming year. Our public health project is more service oriented. This year the public health project team is going to look into the mental health of cancer patients. The goal is to partner with other mental health organizations on campus and design a website to provide those patients with resources and support. Our 3D Printing project is more design and development oriented. This year the 3D printing project team will be looking at concussion glasses. The goal is to work with the optometry school to analyze, improve and print some models of these devices which help patients who are recovering from traumatic brain injuries.
- These projects are student-led, so it is easy to input your ideas. We are open to all majors and there is no experience needed. If either of our projects piques your interest or if you are looking to start a medical-related project reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. Our meetings are Tuesdays 7 pm-8 pm in the Enarson Classroom Building, Room 246.
BREACH (posted on 9/6/2022)
- Buckeyes Racial/Ethnic Equity Awareness Centered in Healthcare (BREACH) facilitates conversations on racial disparities in healthcare through education and awareness. BREACH aims to educate the general public through the production of a podcast that will bring on professionals to speak on various aspects contributing to this ever-growing topic. Additionally, the organization and its members create fundraising initiatives to benefit causes that are helping combat racial disparities in healthcare. You can check out our previous podcasts on Spotify and Apple Music!
- If you are interested in being a part of BREACH, please fill out this form: https://forms.gle/AscYgV4DN5pJYgYX6 Email email@example.com with any questions.
Blueprints for Pangaea (posted on 9/6/2022)
- The Ohio State University chapter of Blueprints for Pangaea is currently working with Nationwide Children’s Hospital to send unused medical supplies internationally to those in need. In addition, the chapter is working on local sustainability and community outreach projects. The chapter is looking for dedicated and passionate students to continue making a meaningful impact from their campus involvement. In previous projects, the chapter has sent medical supplies to Ukraine and Honduras, organized campus clean-up events, and distributed COVID relief kits to members of the Columbus community.
- If you are interested in joining this student organization, consider attending our first meeting of the fall semester. The meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 7th at 7:05 pm in Campbell Hall Room 209. We look forward to seeing you there!
Service, Education, and Activism in Dentistry (SEAD) (posted on 9/6/2022)
- We are an all-inclusive group of pre-dental students committed to promoting minority representation and addressing inequities in the dental field. We strive to increase accessibility to dental care through biweekly service opportunities and biweekly educational presentations. Our next meeting is on Thursday, September 8th at 6pm in Postle Hall 1160.
- The Columbus Metropolitan Library will be hosting a Job & Resource Fair on Thursday, September 15th , 11AM-3PM Main Library (96 S. Grant Ave., Columbus, OH 43215).
- Are you a pre-health student wanting to find other students just like you to learn more about your future professional career? Then Alpha Epsilon Delta is the place for you! We are a national pre-professional health honorary society dedicated to helping students get ready for a career in healthcare. By joining this student org, you can form relationships with others just like you and make the path to the health care more accessible. Join AED today for our twice a month meetings and the opportunity to become a national member!
Empower Through Health- Global Health Intro (posted 8/30/2022)
- Join Empower Through Health on Wednesday 8/31 6:00pm-7:00pm in Enarson 240 to learn more about our work improving access to equitable health care in rural Uganda, and the numerous ways you can get involved. We will also hold community bonding activities that will provide you with a community of like-minded humanitarians.
- Join our mailing list: email your name.# to Cara at the below email address to get added.
- Join the GroupMe: https://groupme.com/join_group/70160879/KwqM9bKb
- Questions? Contact Cara Noel at firstname.lastname@example.org
MEDLIFE (posted 8/30/2022)
- Medlife stands for medicine education and development for low income families everywhere. We volunteer locally and globally to help repair health care disparities all over the world. Our first meeting, where we will introduce Medlife and our goals for this year, is on Wednesday August 31st at 7pm in Lazenby Hall 002. Find more information about our club and events on our website, @medlifeosu.com. If you are unable to make it but would like updates for future meetings please email email@example.com.
- Join us at our next Medlife meeting! We will be having Dr. Carlo Contreras, a surgical oncologist, come speak about his experiences! This is a great opportunity to network with a doctor and get some insight into the medical field! The meeting is at 7:30 on September 14th at Lazenby 021. For more information about our upcoming events and meetings check out our website- @medlifeosu.com.
OSU Pre-Medicine Club (posted 8/30/2022)
- Come check out the OSU Pre-Medicine Club at the Involvement Fair this Sunday, August 28th from 4-7 to get some goodies and merchandise! If you didn’t get a chance to make it to the fair, come to our first meeting on Wednesday, August 31st at 6:00 pm in the Union in the Interfaith Prayer and Reflection room! This year the Pre-Med club is back and better than ever! Come join us for service opportunities, paid clinical job opportunities, fantastic speakers at every meeting, AND a new potential scholarship we will be giving out. Contact Brianna (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions! Hope to see you soon!
Interprofessional Community Scholars Program (posted 8/29/22)
- This semester-long program focuses on improving the digital literacy and health outcomes of underserved older adults in our community. This is an excellent opportunity for our HRS undergrads and graduate students.
First Generation Pre-PA Club (posted 8/24/22)
OSU’s First-Generation Pre-Physician Assistant Student Organization represents students from underrepresented backgrounds through facilitating an online, Spotify Podcast and Instagram mentorship platform. Here, we encourage vulnerable conversation from Pre-PA students, PA-S’s, and PA-C’s on their personal, non traditional, first-generation journeys into the Physician Assistant profession. By acknowledging the disparities and setbacks that being first-generation has on collegiate students, this organization has proven that what once seemed impossible, is now becoming reality for first-generation students everywhere.
Pre-Med Students: Virtual Q&A Sessions (posted 8/24/22)
- Join the OSU College of Medicine Associate Dean of Admissions and the Director of Admissions for group Q&A sessions regarding Medical School Admissions. Get answers to your questions about the application process, the MCAT, the personal statement, the AAMC’s holistic review of applicants, and much more…For registration sign up here.
- STARTING September 6th, 2022 on the 1st Tuesday of the month: 3:30pm – 4:30pm and 3rd Wednesday of the month: 9:00am – 10:00am
- Questions? Call (614) 292-7137 or email: email@example.com
CareGiverUSA Home Health Care (posted 8/24/22)
- Looking for Patient Care Hours? Working with Caregiver USA Home Health Care can count for patient care hours for Nursing, PA, PT and MD programs. Caregiver USA offers flexible hours and pay up to $18.50 hourly, and we provide professional mentors, training, and references for our students. Our exemplary patient care record means we value students as employees, and as a company, we provide outstanding care service.