All HMP3 members are invited to the PMP end of year Hawaiian Luau banquet this week on Tuesday June 3rd, in PC WEST BALLROOM B from 6:00-8:30 pm (you can come and go as necessary). There will be tons of FREE FOOD catered by Koon Thai Kitchen, a Photo Booth, lots of prizes and surprises so if you are a member of Peer Mentor Program or are just interested in learning how to join next year please come and join the fun! RSVP as soon as possible. We hope to see you all there in your best florals and summer colors! Click Here to RSVP
Note from Adele: The Peer Mentor Program really knows how to put on a party! Join us if you can, and bring your friends! No commitment is necessary, just join in the fun! Extra excitement: graduating seniors in PMP will be getting cords to wear for graduation!×
Tutors are HMP3 members who have done well in the class and want to help you succeed, too. Come get the help you need BEFORE MIDTERMS! Like us on Facebook for information and more: HMP3 Project Success
- CHEM 140A: Mon 3-5p, Wed 12-2p, 3-5p, Tues and Thurs 9:40-12:20p, 2-5p, Fri 1-4p
- CHEM 140B: Mon 4-5p, Wed 12-2p, 4-5p, Tues and Thurs 9:40-12:20p, 2-5p, Fri 1-4p
- CHEM 140C: Mon 3-5p, Wed 12-2p & 3-5p, Tues and Thurs 9:40-12:20p, 2-5p,Friday 1-4pm
- Human Physiology 1 (BIPN 100): on 11:30a-3p, 6-7p, Tues 11:30-3p, 5-7p, Wed 10-11a, 5-6p, Thurs 10-12p, 2-3p & 5-7p
- Human Physiology 2 (BIPN 102): Tues: 5-6pm; Wed 10-11am; Thurs 10-12p
- Genetics: Mon 6-7p, Tues 9:40a - 12:20p, 2-7p, Thurs 9:40a -12:20p, 2-7p
- BILD 1: Mon 12:30-1:30pm, Tues: 5-6pm; Wed 10-11am; Thurs 10-12p
- BILD 2:Mon 12:30-1:30pm, 6-7pm Tues 2-3:20pm, 5-7p, Thurs 2-3p, 5-7p
- Physics 1A: Tues & Thurs 9:40a - 12:20p, 2-5p, Wed 4-5p
- Physics 1B: Wed 4-5p
- Physics 1C:Tues & Thurs 9:40a - 12:20p, 2-5p
- Metabolic Biochem: Fri 1-2p
- Structural Biochem:Fri 12:30p-1:30p
- Cell Bio:Friday 12:30p-1:30p
*** Tutoring for all sessions meet downstairs in old Student Center B on the corner of Gilman & Mandeville Lane (directly across from the Mandeville coffee cart). Enter the door facing Gilman after hours. Tutoring will be offered through 10th week.×
Help us support the Rancho El Faro Orphanage in Tijuana! Print out this flyer to take with you to Yogurt World on this Wednesday: CLCK FOR FLYER×
Precision Scribes is a medical scribe company new to town. They will be speaking on campus on Wednesday, June 4 at 5:30 pm in the Leichtag building at the medical school, about their exciting new pilot program at Children’s Hospital. They are looking to hire and train new scribes and hope to expand to other hospitals in the area, too! Come learn about becoming a scribe—what they do, how they are trained, etc. and get your questions answered. Find out how you can become one, too!
You can learn more about Precision Scribes at http://precisionscribes.com. (Leichtag is the first building you come to on your left when you cross Gilman Drive on Library Walk onto the medical school campus.)
Note from Adele: This is a great way to get excellent clinical exposure—something every health profession is looking for in their applicants!×
- Tues. June 3: Peer Mentor Program Banquet
- Weds. June 4: HOPE Fundraiser for Rancho El Faro Orphanage in Tijuana. Print out this flyer to take with you to Yogurt World on this Wednesday: CLICK FOR FLYER
Bids will be accepted by email, one bid only per student. Bidding begins at $1,150. The course normally sells for $2,299. You may place your bid by simply responding to this email. Please submit your email address and phone number, along with your bid. ***You must be prepared to pay for your winning bid no later than noon on Friday, June 6th or the course will go to the next highest bidder—either check or cash***
Note from Adele: This is one of HMP3’s main fundraisers. If you’re going to buy a course anyway, why not give the money to HMP3 to help support our many helpful programs for students?×
HMP3 buys MCAT Practice Tests in bulk from the AAMC and offers them to students at the reduced rate of $20 each, instead of $35! Choose which ones you want at AAMC.org, bring me cash or a check in the correct amount (during office hours) and I will gladly order them for you.×
***PLEASE NOTE: Some events do not have the exact meeting time and location on the calendar. Please check the "What's New" section or the Weekly Emails for the exact time and location in case that happens.
Mission Statement - Welcome to HMP3! You will find the latest information about our meetings, weekly emails, board members, and more through our website. The Health and Medical Professions Preparation Program (HMP3) at UCSD serves to deliver meaningful community service experience, personal development, access to standardized test preparation, mentoring, career insight, and unique philanthropic endeavors for the benefit of the greater UCSD community.
We provide undergraduates with enriching experiences and opportunities that will enhance their preparation for admission into a professional school in the medical and other health professions. Through collaborations with the UCSD School of Medicine, faculty, community health care providers and others, HMP3 exposes members to a variety of health professions, and the experiences obtained enable students to expand their mind and increase their qualifications for entry into their health professions of interest. HMP3 also guides members to other helpful resources on-campus. HMP3 recently put on one of its biggest events, the MEDS Conference. This day long conference provided Pre-Medical and Pre-Pharmacy students the opportunity to interact with students and teachers from their respective professional schools and learn about what to expect in the future:
Many resources and opportunities are available to prepare for a variety of health professions, but where do you look for them?
Weekly Emails from our Advisor, Adele Savage, provide information on: