RISE Summer Academy applications now open

The RISE Summer Academy is a free six-week intensive program for American Indians/Alaska Natives that provides in-depth training and Indigenous learning opportunities to prepare scholars for the medical school application process. The RISE Summer Academy takes place at the WSU …

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STEM Careers at the Federal Reserve Board

Are you interested in STEM careers or working in public service? In honor of Black History Month, the Federal Reserve Board’s Division of Information Technology is hosting an information session for college and university students on Monday, February 28 from …

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Seattle Children’s non-clinical internships

Seattle Children’s has multiple summer internship openings available in a variety of non-clinical departments across the organization. Internships will be offered in a hybrid work format and will occur over a period of up to 10 weeks, beginning in June …

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SCRI Summer Scholars Program call for applications

In partnership with the Center for Diversity and Health Equity, the Office for Teaching, Education and Research is excited to offer their SCRI Summer Scholars Program. The goal of the program is to provide undergraduate students with a background that …

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Museum Accessibility Survey

A team of Museology graduate students at the University of Washington are recruiting for an evaluation study at the Seattle Aquarium.  This study is seeking to understand the accessibility of an exhibit space within the aquarium.

They are asking for …

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GTTC’s Law School Leg-Up Program – Grant Opportunity!

Gordon Tilden Thomas & Cordell LLP, a trial practice law firm in Seattle, proudly offers a grant for diverse undergraduate students in need to help pay for an LSAT prep course, the LSAT test itself, and law school application fees. …

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Negotiating as a Woman of Color (from Harvard Business Review)

Negotiating on your own behalf is hard, and opportunities to do so aren’t always obvious, especially if you’re not accustomed to feeling empowered. It can also be highly …

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What is a Volcanologist? (Shared article from Environmental Science.org)

This is a shared article from environmentalscience.org, for the original source click here.

Volcanology is the scientific study of volcanoes and the geophysical functions that create them.

What Does a Volcanologist Do?

Volcanologists collect data about volcanic activity and then …

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Creative Chronicles: How to become a programmer (Shared article from GamesIndustry.Biz)

This article was originally published by Creative Assembly for the original post click here.

It’s Get a Job in Games month on GamesIndustry.biz. Looking for a job in the games industry? Discover hundreds of positions worldwide at jobs.gamesindustry.biz, and keep …

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Center for the Study of Health & Risk Behaviors virtual office hours

The Center for the Study of Health and Risk Behaviors (CSHRB) is a research center housed within the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Washington School of Medicine. They will be providing virtual office hours for …

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