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100 Black Men of the Bay Area Inc. offers scholarships to students in Bay Area schools who are bound for a four-year college/university, junior/community college or trade/vocational school. The...
100 Black Men of the Bay Area Inc. offers scholarships to students in Bay Area schools who are bound for a four-year college/university, junior/community college or trade/vocational school. The program also accepts applications from undergraduate and graduate students who attended school in the Bay Area.
Population: Open to the Public
Population: Underrepresented Minorities
Interests: Grant/Scholarship/Fellowship
Phone: 510-763-3661
Participation: Application
Location: Bay Area
This ambitious collaborative public education initiative, led by UCSF SEP, brings together our leading academic, scientific, corporate, and non-profit institutions to showcase the region as an...
This ambitious collaborative public education initiative, led by UCSF SEP, brings together our leading academic, scientific, corporate, and non-profit institutions to showcase the region as an international leader in innovation. Each year, the 50+ festival events attract over 50,000 active participants, many of whom traditionally do not have access to quality scientific resources.
Population: UCSF Learners, UCSF Staff, UCSF Faculty, K-12, Community Members, Open to the Public
Population: Open to All
Interests: Outreach, Community Building
Contact: Rebecca Smith
Duration: Late October - early November annually
Participation: Open Invitation, RSVP
Location: Bay Area
Additional information:
This program is sponsored by The Science & Health Education Partnership (SEP)which is a collaboration between UC San Francisco and the San Francisco Unified School District. Scientists and educators from both organizations work in partnership to support quality science education for K-12 students
The program is open to all students, with or without scientific backgrounds, and with a special focus on under-prepared, lower income students. The program provides training and personal support to...
The program is open to all students, with or without scientific backgrounds, and with a special focus on under-prepared, lower income students. The program provides training and personal support to prepare students for certificates and degrees in the Biosciences.The Bridge program is a semester-long, 8-unit program. Students enroll in 3 concurrent classes in Biosciences, Language Applied to Biosciences and Math Applied to Biosciences, which meet 3 days a week for 4 hours a day. These classes are offered as day and evening courses at different campuses in San Francisco. Find out more about the course requirements. Students who wish to obtain hands-on experience through an internship in the second semester must enroll concurrently in the Bridge's Internship program.This requires for students to take an additional 4 units and 7 hours of classes during the Bridge semester. Students can also enroll in these courses after they have completed the Bridge program
Population: Open to the Public
Population: Open to All
Interests: Education/Training
Participation: Application
Location: San Francisco
Additional information:
The Bridge to Bioscience Internship offers unpaid, part-time internships.
A collaboration among faculty, residents, students, and volunteers, UCSF’s Community Dental Clinic has been working to improve the health of San Francisco’s homeless population for the past decade....
A collaboration among faculty, residents, students, and volunteers, UCSF’s Community Dental Clinic has been working to improve the health of San Francisco’s homeless population for the past decade.The philosophy of the Community Dental Clinic is to motivate patients to seek healthcare and to prevent dental disease through education and preventive dentistry. CDC is guided by three mutually supportive sets of aspirations: (1) For the clients- to provide oral health education and treatment.To achieve a positive impact on the lives of our patients; (2) For the students- to create a setting in which students can learn, teach, and practice clinical skills while cultivating sensitivity and comfort in interactions with the underserved population; and (3) For the Community- To use the Dental Clinic as a forum for education and health care service. To promote advocacy for the needs of the homeless population. Ultimately, we hope this experience will broaden our vision and make us more able and compassionate health care providers for any population we choose to serve.
Population: UCSF Learners, UCSF Faculty, Community Members, Open to the Public
Population: Open to All
Interests: Outreach, Service Learning, Volunteer, Community Building, Education/Training
Sponsor/School: UCSF Dentistry
Contact: Angela Chen
Phone: 909-272-1692
Participation: Open Invitation
Location: UCSF Parnassus
The ADA Foundation Dr. David Whiston Leadership Program annually provides two $5,000 awards - the Dr. David Whiston Leadership Award and the Henry Schein Cares Dr. David Whiston Leadership Award - to...
The ADA Foundation Dr. David Whiston Leadership Program annually provides two $5,000 awards - the Dr. David Whiston Leadership Award and the Henry Schein Cares Dr. David Whiston Leadership Award - to deserving individuals who have demonstrated leadership skills in efforts aimed at improving the oral health of the public. The award funds are designed to cover the costs associated with attending a leadership development program offered by the American Management Association.
Population: Open to the Public
Population: Open to All
Interests: Grant/Scholarship/Fellowship
Phone: 312-440-2547
Participation: Application
Location: National

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