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ScribeAmerica Hiring Medical Scribes

Interested in health-related careers?

Working as a medical scribe provides pre-health professional student with several opportunities that not only look great on applications but also provides invaluable insight into the medical field that cannot be gained from just shadowing. Former scribes that have moved on in their careers agree that working as a medical scribe put them ahead of the curve in both their classes and patient interactions.

To learn more and apply, click here.  

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Join Dance Marathon!

Dance Marathon is the largest student organization on campus and the largest completely student run non-profit in the state of Michigan. We work vigorously throughout the year to raise funds and awareness for pediatric rehabilitation services at Mott and Beaumont Children's Hospital in the Ann Arbor area. Upon registering for DMUM, you will be paired up with a team and will have the unique opportunity to be partnered with a family who has a child that benefits from the pediatric care Dance Marathon raises funds for. Throughout the year you will get to participate in family bonding events such as Pumpkin Carving or Charity Ball, as well as, team bonding events such as Dance Marathon bar nights. You will even have to chance to volunteer at some of the therapies offered. At the end of year, all your hard work and dedication comes together in the form of VictorThon. It is our 24-hour event where we stand in support of the families of DMUM and the cause we work so hard for.

As a live and learn community, you have the unique opportunity to join dance marathon as a team. You and a group of your peers can create a team from your community and be paired up with a family and experience all the greatness that is Dance Marathon! We encourage you all to join dance marathon as a Michigan learning community team!

If you have any questions or would like to know more information please feel free to reach out to dmum.recruitment@umich.edu or REGISTER HERE at http://dmum.org.

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UMS is U­M’s affiliated arts presenter located right here on campus. They offer approximately 70 performances each season by top­ ranking international artists including symphony orchestras, dance, and theater companies, as well as a wide array of chamber music ensembles, solo recitalists, jazz artists, world music artists, opera, and choral groups. In 2014, UMS was awarded the National Medal of Arts by President Obama as a special recognition of their contributions to the excellence, growth, support and availability of the arts in the United States.

UMS work study and volunteer internships provide valuable experience in all aspects of arts management. Another perk is that you get a FREE TICKET to most of their performances.

Interested? See flyer for more details.

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Elevation Burger Job Opportunities

Local restaurant Elevation Burger (529 E. Liberty St.) is looking to hire student employees for various shifts. They are flexible with part-time schedules to work around classes and students can choose to also work part-time or full-time during summer and holidays. 

Job would include taking orders, cooking food, delivering food, cleaning as well as opening and closing the restaurant. Starting pay for an Associate is $9/hour + the tip pool adds ~$2/hour making the total starting pay ~$11/hour depending on tips that week. Those who perform well can quickly be promoted to Shift Leader adding another $1/hour and we also have opportunities for part-time student managers which raises pay even further. This could be a good opportunity to make some money but also gain some valuable management experience.

Owned by Honors alumnus Mike Tayter, Elevation Burger serves food students can be proud of (100% organic, grass fed beef burgers, 100% organic, cage free chicken sandwiches, veggie and vegan burgers, hand cut fries cooked in olive oil, gluten free lettuce wraps, fresh salads, thick hand scooped milkshakes).

Interested? Fill out an application here.

Questions? Contact Mike Tayter at mtayter@gmail.com.

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Interested in gaining experience in biomedical research?

The Carter-Su Laboratory (6804 Medical Science Building II) is looking for undergraduate students interested in a biomedical research opportunity. This position is perfect for undergraduates, particularly majors in the biological sciences, who are interested in gaining research experience in the fields of cellular and molecular biology, neuroscience, and obesity. This type of research would be especially helpful for those students planning to go to graduate school in the life sciences!

Students will learn techniques such as PCR, gel electrophoresis, genotyping, mouse phenotyping, cell culture, and more. Students will also learn basic research skills such as data analysis and how to conduct literature searches. There is the potential for expanded responsibilities such as handling mice and performing minor surgeries. We require at least a 6-8 hour per week commitment. Position to begin immediately. Preference will be given to students who are interested in a long-term commitment to our lab (i.e. at least 2-3 semesters).

The goal of our research is to gain insight into genetic causes of early-onset obesity. Our collaborators have identified various mutations in the SH2B1 gene in many children with early-onset obesity. We have generated mouse models with these same mutations and are now analyzing the mice at the physiological, cellular, and molecular levels to gain understanding about the function of the SH2B1 protein in individual neurons and neural circuits related to feeding behavior.

If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a brief email to Anabel Flores at anabelf@umich.edu and/or Jessica Cote at cotejl@umich.edu with your (a) name, (b) year in school, (c) major, (d) a brief summary of your neuroscience/biology-related coursework and experience, and (e) a brief summary of any other work experience.

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Publish Research Papers with theUniversity of Michigan Undergraduate Research Journal (UMURJ)

Want to get published? Then submit your full length research paper to UMURJ-the University of Michigan Undergraduate Research Journal. Our goal is to tap student creativity and effort in all academic disciplines through a peer-edited, faculty-reviewed electronic and print publication. We hope to inspire interest in research in the student body, faculty, and the campus community. Send submissions and direct any inquiries to umurj-submissions@umich.edu. See flyer for more details.

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Master of Management (MM) Degree Program Ross School of Business

The Ross School of Business is accepting applications for the third year of the Master of Management (MM) degree program.  This degree program is specifically designed for students with a liberal arts or engineering undergraduate degree who want to pursue careers in business.  The MM program allows you to power your potential by adding one more year to your education to gain a solid grounding in business fundamentals. Your experiences as a liberal arts, science or engineering undergrad have provided you with the ability to think critically and creatively, examine complex concepts, and to become life-long learners. Over 93% of our first graduating class had received/accepted at least one full-time job offer within 3 months of graduation.

The Ross School of Business will be hosting a number of information sessions in the coming months.  Visit their website at Ross Master of Management Program to view and register for an upcoming information session.

E-mail RossMMinfo@umich.edu with any questions.

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USAID Student Internships

Interested in working in Washington, DC? USAID offers both paid and unpaid internships for qualified students during the academic year, supporting programs in fields such as economic growth, agriculture, education, health, environment, democracy and governance, conflict prevention, and humanitarian assistance.

For more information, visit the USAID Student Internships website.

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City Internships

The application process for the City Internships2016 spring and summer global internship programs in London, Los Angeles and New York is now open. City Internships runs immersive career training programs for college students and recent graduates. They’re designed to expand participants’ horizons and get them job-ready. For each program, on top of hard and soft skill building at weekly career seminars, workshops and networking events, participants undertake an internship placement at one of our partner companies. Students and graduates develop real-world skills, build their professional network and fast-track their career.

Apply here.

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Write for Michigan in Color!

Michigan in Color is a section of the Michigan Daily that focuses on the experiences of students of color here on campus! If you are looking to get involved with Michigan in Color, there are a few options.

If you are interested in contributing to Michigan in Color, there are some things to consider. Any medium of expression is acceptable.This means, you don’t need to be an amazing writer to contribute. You can contribute a poem, a narrative, a song, a photo series, short film, etc. You just have to want to share something about your experiences on campus being a person of color. This could include experiences about how this identity influences or affects how you experience other identities like gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, ability, just to name a few, as well as how being a person of color connects to your interests like the communities you are a part of, organizations, sports, arts, music, and the list goes on.

Please if you have any questions, or would like submit a piece, feel free to e-mail michiganincolor@umich.edu. Also, feel free to stop by the editors’ meetings every Tuesday from 3:30 pm-5:00 pm on the Second Floor of the Student Publications Building.