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2 15% off MCAT Courses

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4 When you purchase $5+ cups, $1 of the proceeds will go to a local charity! When: Early March (TBA) Where: 620 Richmond St **Chance to win $50% off Princeton MCAT course!

5 MID FEBRUARY LASER QUEST! - Team match between members - Can accommodate upto 30 members - Be sure to keep track of s and reserve your space early!

6 EVEN DOCTORS NEED A BREAK March 21 – 9 PM event - $5 wristbands for cover before 11 PM - All proceeds go to local charity! - Anyone is welcome to come, not just pre-med members! - Pay attention to s for sale info!

7 WATER POLO SUNDAY NIGHTS Still space if you want to join the roster!

8 DODGEBALL TUESDAY NIGHTS Still space if you want to join the roster!

9 ACADEMIC EVENTS - Med Applications - VIDA - Student Success Centre - The Princeton Review

10 VOLUNTEERING - Boys and Girls Club of London - Ark Aid CONTACT: EMILY LESOUDER - Rotholme Family and Women’s Shelter (Monday evenings) CONTACT: BLAIR BENNING

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13 * Banting & Best Diabetes Centre (BBDC), University of Toronto * Introduces undergraduate and medical students to the field of diabetes research and to encourage research in diabetes and its complications * Deadline: January 28, 2014 – 5PM

14 * To provide undergraduate students in the life sciences, mathematics, and computer sciences with an opportunity to undertake computational biology health- related research projects with established researchers in an environment that provides strong mentorship. * Deadline: February 26, 2014

15 * To attract and support students at Canada’s post- secondary institutions to contribute to, and experience from, working on projects within any division of Canadian Blood Services. * Deadline: February 28, 2014

16 * Women’s College Hospital * Work with a faculty member from WCRI at Women’s College Hospital, as well as attend a series of research skills sessions exploring different aspects of the research process and focusing on the skills necessary for successful women’s health research * Deadline: February 28, 2014

17 * Offers undergraduate students a unique opportunity to engage in meaningful, real-life research in genomics, proteomics, bioinformatics, GE 3 LS (ethical, economic, environmental, legal, and/or social issues relating to genomics and proteomics research) in academia and industry * Deadline: March 3, 2014

18 * St. Michael’s Hospital * Opportunities for undergraduate and medical students to conduct research in a laboratory and/or clinical setting under the supervision of a principal investigator (scientist and/or MD) * Deadline: March 31, 2014

19 * University of Toronto * To foster advanced research experiences for undergraduate students in the following areas: * Cardiovascular/Heart Diseases * Epilepsy or Muscular Dystrophy * Kidney and Kidney-related Diseases * General Medicine Health Research in other areas * Deadline: March 3, 2014

20 * The Hospital for Sick Children * To suggest a student to participate in a clinical genetics/genomics research project * Deadline: February 3, 2014

21 * Mount Sinai Hospital (Toronto) * To provide an opportunity for undergraduate students * Deadline: February 14, 2014

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23 * Alberta * For students to participate in medical or health research in Alberta * Deadline: February 7, 2014 (4pm)

24 * To support senior undergraduate university students seeking hands-on training in cancer research in BC * Deadline: February 12, 2014

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26 * RISE (Germany) * Parkinson’s Disease Foundation Summer Student Fellowships (New York) * Endocrine Society Summer Research Fellowships (Maryland)

27 Drop-In Services UCC210

28 Career Week is open to ALL Western students who are looking to answer this question. The week includes faculty specific events, workshops, keynote speakers, and networking opportunities. Join us from January 27 to 31. Details on CareerCentral and careerweek.uwo.ca

29 Trying to find your dream summer job or a career after graduation? Attend Western’s Job fair! Thursday January 30, am – 4pm Western Student Recreation Centre, 4 th floor

30 Career Week is open to ALL Western students who are looking to answer this question. The week includes faculty specific events, workshops, keynote speakers, and networking opportunities. Join us from January 27 to 31. Details on CareerCentral and careerweek.uwo.ca

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32 1. Preparation * Research the position * What can you offer the organization? * Research the organization * Know your resume * First impressions * Practice!

33 2. Arrive early * Arrive minutes * Avoid arriving too early

34 3. Introduction * Handshake and eye contact * Let the interviewer conduct the interview

35 4. Rapport Building * Ask for clarification if you need it * Provide examples * Types of questions

36 5. Closing * Ask questions! * Thank the interviewer * Follow up

37 6. Follow-Up * Make comprehensive notes assessing the interview * Send a thank you letter or * Request for a follow-up assessment on your performance

38 * Screening * Telephone * Video Conferencing * One-on-one * Panel * Group * General Group Interview/Information Session * Sequential/Serial

39 * Behavioural * Situational * Structured * Unstructured * Semi-structured * Case * Testing/Assessment

40 * Behaviour-Based Questions * To elicit information about how you have performed in the past SituationW5 Model Task Action Result Summary * Ex. Describe a time in which you felt it was necessary to modify or change your actions in order to respond to the needs of another person. * Ex. Give me an example of a problem you faced and how you went about solving it.

41 * Situational/Hypothetical Questions * To establish how you would react and handle real-life situations on the job * Ex. You have a conflict with someone who is senior to you and is not your supervisor. Describe how you would handle it.

42 * Skill-Testing Questions * To determine the level of the practical skills that you need for the job you are applying * It’s okay if you don’t know the answer – don’t fake it! * Ex. Explain ______.

43 * Problem-Solving Questions * To understand how you solve problems in a certain field – how do you process information? What is your logic? How do you solve problems creatively? * Ex. How many windows are there in London?

44 * Traditional Questions Profile Academic Work Skills * Ex. Tell me about yourself. Why do you feel you will be successful in this work?

45 * Illegal Questions * Politely decline * Ex. Race, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, family status, disability

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47 * Multiple mini interview * A series of short, carefully timed interview sessions * Ethical, behavioural, and situational questions * Role play scenarios

48 Knowledge of the MMI process Level of preparation for an MMI Confidence in their ability to do well in an MMI Level of MMI interview skills

49 1. Complete the prerequisite online MMI Interview Prep Module on OWL (Membership > Joinable Sites > MMI Practice) 2. Retrieve your certificate. Upload your certificate to the “MMI” tab under “Event Calendar” on 3. Register for an MMI Practice Session on the main “Event Calendar”

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51 * The Student Success Centre (UCC210) * * * *


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