Upcoming Premedical Opportunities

To enhance the rigorous academic curriculum offered by the Postbac Premed Program, students are encouraged to visit this page regularly for updates on upcoming opportunities available both on-and-off -campus.

Please note: the opportunities on this page may not satisfy the 120 hours of work in a clinical or research setting required for committee support. Learn more about Premedical Clinical and Research Positions and contact your advisor for additional information. 

Events

Spring 2022 Events

5/24/22-5/25/22 - American Dental Education Association - 2022 ADEA GoDental Virtual Fair

Date: Tues., May 24, 3 - 6 p.m. - Wed., May 25, 3 - 6 p.m. 

The 2022 ADEA GoDental Virtual Fair offers students the chance to explore U.S. and Canadian dental schools-without travel or registration fees. Take the time to connect with dental school admissions officers to learn about schools' missions and values and determine the best fit for you.

During the fair, students will prepare to submit your ADEA AADSAS (ADEA Associated American Dental Schools Application Service) application by having their questions answered by Customer Service, connect with admissions officers, dental school faculty and current students, and discover additional dental schools that might be the right fit for them. 

Register


5/24/22 - What The US Can Learn From The Canadian Health Care System - Or Not

Date: Tues., May 24, 7 - 8:30 p.m.

Canada and the US share many characteristics, but differ markedly in their healthcare systems. Especially as the US healthcare system continues to face pressures and change, vital questions emerge of what the US might learn from its northern neighbor. Please join us for this interesting and provocative panel discussion, featuring bioethicists from both countries.

Speakers include: 

Eric M. Meslin, PhD, FRSC, FCAHS, President and CEO of the Council of Canadian Academies (CCA)

Trudo Lemmens, CandJur, LicJur (KULeuven), LLM bioethics, DCL (McGill), Professor, Scholl Chair in Health Law and Policy, University of Toronto

Colleen M. Flood, FRSC FCAHS, Professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of Ottawa, University Research Chair in Health Law & Policy and Inaugural Director of the University's Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics

Robert Klitzman, MD, Professor of Psychiatry, Director, Masters of Bioethics Program, Columbia University (Moderator)

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6/29/22- SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University College of Medicine Annual Information Session

Date: Wed., June 29, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. 

SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University College of Medicine will be hosting its annual information session for college juniors, seniors & college graduates interested in Medical School.

Register

Programs & Positions

Spring 2022 Programs & Positions

Additional Opportunities

Additional Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunity with the Columbia Synapse Peer Buddy Program

Columbia Synapse is looking for volunteers to join their Peer Buddy Program. This is a unique volunteer opportunity to help a vulnerable community of individuals with brain injury in New York City.

Acquired brain injury (ABI) is any brain injury received after birth and it affects millions of Americans. These injuries can come from traumatic circumstances, like falling, or from nontraumatic causes, like tumors. At Columbia Synapse, their mission is to support people with ABI and other invisible disabilities.

With the buddy program, you are paired with an ABI buddy to provide support and meet a new friend! You would get to have regular meetings with your buddy and get to know them and their story. For their student buddies, Columbia Synapse looks for individuals who are empathetic, mature, and patient. Student buddies are expected to keep up with ABI buddies regularly and should feel prepared for new interactions with possibly unexpected behavior.

If you would like to be added to a waitlist to become a student buddy, please fill out this form indicating your preferences and availability.

If you have any questions, please email Columbia Synapse.