Presentation on theme: "Getting a Summer Internship/ Job Available at www.bmes.seas.ucla.edu."— Presentation transcript:
Getting a Summer Internship/ Job Available at
What should I do with my summer? Summer school Clinical experience Research experience Internship Have fun!
Summer school information from Registrar: current.htm current.htm Sessions A, B, C Registration from early February to whenever classes fill up
Finding Clinical Experience Opportunities Cedars Sinai Independent Student Volunteer Cedars Sinai Independent Student Volunteer UCLA Health Systems Volunteer UCLA Health Systems Volunteer Venice Family Clinic Volunteer Venice Family Clinic Volunteer Shadowing doctors
Clinical Experience Tips Start looking for opportunities early! Prepare documents ahead of time Personal Statement essay Resume / CV Letters of recommendation
Finding Summer Research Opportunities URC/Care – Amgen Scholars, CARE SEM rresearch.htm rresearch.htm
Finding Summer Research Opportunities Career center websites from other schools Rochester Institute of Technology
Summer Research Tips Documents Necessary Resume/CV Application (may include essays) Letter of Recommendation Be aware of deadlines! – December to February
Finding Job/Internship Opportunities Career Fairs January 15 th - Bruin Connections Fair January 24 th – Engineering and Technical Fair Info-sessions BruinView Company websites Through friends, family, professors, etc.
Job/Internship Tips Documents to prepare Resume Cover Letter Reference Interview
Resume Tips 1 page CV can be 2 pages Clear, concise Consistent formatting Name on top List important experiences/skills first Use key words (see handbook)
Resume Resources UCLA Career Center – Counselors Handbook
Resume Resources Career Center websites from other schools https://career.berkeley.edu/tools/resume.s tm https://career.berkeley.edu/tools/resume.s tm Classmates, professors, graduate students, parents