1What is Pre-Health Club? Student-led organization on NC State's campus that was founded with the purpose of providing its members with the skills and opportunities to enhance their academic, networking and clinical skills in pursuit of a health-related profession.Includes:(a) 6 special interest groups: Medical/Podiatry, Dental, Optometry, Pharmacy, PA/Nursing, PT/OT,(b) The NCSU HOSA Chapter(c) and two honor societies AED (pre-health/pre-medical) and DDS (pre-dental) Honor Societies.8 points each semester to be considered "active" club members - these points come from attending meetings, participating in service projects sponsered by Health PAC and in conjunction with individual interest groups and from attending events supported by Health PAC and the club and announced on the listserv as "point events"
2Pre-Dental Club Fall 2014 Meeting Dates Monday, October 20th, Bostian :00-8:00 pmNavy Dental Corps- Financing Your EducationMonday, November 17th, Bostian :00-8:00 pmGlide Year PanelCo-Presidents- Bailey FountainDavid MorrisonVice-President- Julia KhatibzadehPre-Dental Club Website:
3NC MOM Dental Clinics NCMOM Clinics Kill Devil Hills- October 24-25 Dare County Parks and Recreation Center 602 Mustian StreetALL VOLUNTEER SPOTS FILLEDWinston Salem- November 14-15The Education Building at the Fairgrounds 421 W 27th StreetJake Laxer, will send out sign up information a few weeks before both clinics. Sign ups are on a first come first serve basis and spots are limited. Do Not Sign Up Unless you know that you can volunteer for the Entire Day (6:00 am-7:00 pm on Fridays and 6:00 am until pack up is completed on Saturday)
4Delta Delta Sigma Pre-Dental Honor Society DDS pledge applications due at October 20th DDS meeting (Bostian 2722, 5:45-6:45 pm)Application RequirementsMust have sophomore status (30 credits)Have at least a 3.5 GPADuring Pledge SemesterAccumulate 12 PHC pointsSubmit an application for review (due at the October 20th DDS meeting)Participate in at least one of two service projectsParticipate in at least two of three social eventsAttend and stay for the duration of all DDS and Pre-Dental Club meetings
5DDS ApplicationThe DDS Application can be accessed using the following link:The DDS Constitution is also available through the link above. Please familiarize yourself with the constitution and contact DDS President, Mark Russell at if you have any questions
6Pre-Medical/Podiatry Interest Group Club Contacts:Co-Presidents: Ally Ginn, Hannah Taylor, & Austin FlickClub Meetings: 7pm in Bostian 3712-Monday October 27th 7PM Bostian 3712-Randee Reid & Dr. Robert Bashford- Admissions Dos and Don’ts-Monday November 24th 7PM Bostian Dr. Richard Wallace from DukeSign Up for Scrubs by Oct 13- $35 for top and bottom!will have block S on pocket; red in colorhttps://docs.google.com/a/ncsu.edu/spreadsheets/d/1Z9MteqZlF7q4r9AVCnXfLH2QN8pAzdkT3Vjwr4M8xQk/edit#gid=0
7Pre-Health Club Social Events Bowling Night at The Alley on Hillsborough! Monday, October 20th, from 8-10pm. $5 unlimited bowling with shoes included.Chipotle dinner! This is what you all overwhelmingly voted for! Monday, November 10th from 5-7pm. Meet us at Chipotle.Second QPR suicide prevention training Monday, November 3rd, 6-7pm. Limited to 30 spots. Sign up here:Study group sign ups here:
8AED - October EventsOct 27th Student Panel Meeting (2722 Bostian 6-7pm)Speakers: current Pharm, Med, Dental, Nursing studentsLearn about what they did to get into professional schoolPotential recently graduated optometrist, PA, and PT alsoALL IGs invited to attend!Oct 15th Cueva de Lobos Fundraising Event (6pm-close)Earn 1 PHC point for attendance/purchaseOct 18th Raleigh Food Bank Service Event (9-12pm)1 PHC point for each hourOct 26th Build-A-Bear Service/Social (1-2:30pm)All PHC members invited to attend! (1 pt)Oct 28th Jason’s Deli Fundraising Event (5-10pm)
9Circle K International Do community service with:Boys and Girls HomeRonald McDonald HouseWake County Animal ShelterKiwanians throughout North AmericaContact:Meetings: Cox 209 every Tuesday at 7:15 P.M.The largest collegiate student led service community based organization in the world that aims to better the world one community and one child at a time.
10UNICEF-ELIMINATEELIMINIATE is a project of UNICEF that aims to prevent Neonatal and Maternal Tetanus by providing vaccines ($1.80 per vaccine). This disease causes death in infants within four days of birth, and causes the baby agony when touched.
11Tonights SpeakersMekeisha Bradley: Owner and Instructor of Shades of PurpleWake Tech Community College: Nurse Aide ProgramChristian Tilley: North Carolina State University Alumni
12Shades of Purple “Healthcare Made Easy” Heart Health Safety Techniques, LLC
13ProgramsPhlebotomy Training9 weeksPhlebotomy Workshop2 daysCertified Clinical Medical Assistant9 monthsAll courses include National Exam, hands- on, and study guides
14StatisticsMedical Assistants has 560,800 jobs available In 2016 there will be 563,200Phlebotomy according to the Dept. Of Labor there are 101,300 available right now. In 2016 that number will double 116,495
15Career OpportunitiesPhlebotomist: Inpatient & Outpatient facilities, Nursing Homes, Urgent Cares, Lab companies, Prison’s, Health Departments, Temp traveling positions, etcMedical Assistants: Outpatient facilities linked to hospitals, Doctors offices, Urgent cares, Schools, Temp Agencies, Dentist, etcThe careers listed above will give clinical hours needed to apply for Nursing, PA, or MED school, also help you to develop a strong network base in the community.
16Office hours: M (9am-2pm & T-TH (9am-5pm) Friday by appointment only 178 Mine Lake Ct. Ste.200 Raleigh, NC 27610Website: