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Applications for the Spring 2020 cohort of Prepped are open now through November 30 at 11:59 p.m.
The College of Health Solutions is looking for students who are passionate about our college and supporting other students.The students selected for this position will be responsible for assisting the College of Health Solutions and ASU Housing staff with the academic support of our college's residential community through event programming.
Applicants must be a current student in the College of Health Solutions, who have previously lived on campus.
The College of Health Solutions has a collaborative mentoring program spearheaded by students from medical schools throughout Arizona. We expect over 100 pre-health students to be selected for one-on-one mentoring with a health professions student during the spring semester.
Learn more about this awesome opportunity and apply today!
This spring, ASU's College of Health Solutions is offering two innovative courses, which combine real life with the classroom. Through each course, students will spend time in the classroom learning about patients and their diseases; and students will learn from a wide variety of professionals how to support patients and their families. Students will also spend time in clinical settings, getting to see this care firsthand.
The College of Health Solutions is seeking a Peer Leader to join our Recruitment team. We are looking for an outgoing self-starter who has strong public speaking skills and is passionate about ASU and The College of Health Solutions.
To learn more about our Peer Leader position or to apply, visit the job posting.
The Office of Community Health Innovations with the Maricopa County Public Health Department are seeking interns for the following positions:
NTR 494: Applied Practice in Nutrition enables students from all majors within the College of Health Solutions with interest in sports nutrition to follow a 1-hour lecture portion in combination with 6-8 hours hands-on volunteering per week. Students can opt to work as part of the sports nutrition department (practical fueling experience) or as part of the Athleat Field Lab (research experience).
The College of Health Solutions is seeking nominations from students and peers for any faculty member that is deserving of recognition for their hard work and excellence in the classroom.