Community Enagement Opportunities
CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION AND CADAVER LAB OBSERVATIONS
Student Scholars are welcome to attend our upcoming medical education and hands-on cadaver labs held at the Seattle Science Foundation. Below is a list of upcoming events. Registration is required as space is limited.
Requirement: Attendees must be 18 years or older.
Please Note: Under the billing section, you will just need to include your name and address. No credit card information is required as this is a free event.
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
- Institute for Systems Biology
- Kurume University
- Seattle University
- Seattle Pacific University
- Sophie Davis Biomedical School of Medicine
- St. George's University
- Tacoma Community College
- University of Washington
The College Success Foundations serves the underserved – those who might not otherwise get to college without their help. Their scholars include young people from low-income families, students of color, foster youth and first-generation college students. They are distinctive because they offer direct services in addition to scholarships. Their integrated system of support addresses the critical transition points from middle to high school, high school to college and college to career. They support their scholars academically, financially, socially and emotionally and serve more than 12,000 students annually.
- 98% of Student Scholars Graduate from High School.
- 60% of Student Scholars Graduate from College.
The Washington State Opportunity Scholarship (WSOS) was created in 2011 to address unfilled seats in the high-demand sectors that drive our economy. Businesses and the Washington State Legislature joined forces to fulfill the promise of better education and career opportunities for Washington students. Together they have created a unique public-private partnership, with significant support from founding partners Boeing and Microsoft and matching dollars from the State.
This first-of-its-kind program supports Washington students from low- and middle-income households to attain bachelor’s degrees in high-demand fields including science, technology, engineering, math (STEM) and health care through scholarships of up to $22,500 as well as professional development, skills-building workshops and genuine industry exposure to help increase the rate at which students enter our state's workforce.