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ladies! i know you have lots of stories that would make a great movie.   consider applying to The Columbia Young Artists Film Lab.
girl film maker 5-13
The Columbia Young Artists Film lab is a boot camp sponsored by Columbia University FOCUS (Filmmakers of Color United in Spirit).
The lab will provide young adults between the ages of 14 to 19 an opportunity to make a movie and learn skills about the basics of filmmaking. This is a free summer program on Columbia’s campus with trained filmmakers.
It is  encouraged that potential applicants to attend The Columbia Young Artists Film Lab informational event held in Rm. 511 Dodge Hall on the Columbia University Campus, May 19th, at 4pm.
The official deadline to apply is no later than June 14, 2013.
For more information about The Columbia Young Artist Film Lab application process visit
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i advise so many college students who say they want to go to medical school but you can tell they are not quite sure.   they really like helping people, they enjoy science, their parents told them they had to, or they like watching House!   but why medicine (or any other career); they have no clue….there is no better way to determine a career path than actual experience.  
internships and summer programs that expose youth to the ins and outs of a job are where it’s at.  
so please, please, please apply to opportunities you may hear about even if the $$ is little to none.  the pay off in the long run is HUGE 
1) networking with the moguls of that field
2) looks good on your resume
3) a chance to meet new friends
4) inside scoop on the job of your dreams!!!
Check out the latest opp at Columbia University…
Ten week summer program for underrepresented  minority students to increase interest and knowledge of  public health and biomedical science careers
May 28—August 3
Eligible Participants are:
-students who have completed at least two years of college or recent college graduates
-African American/Black, Hispanic /Latino, American Indian,
Alaska Native, Asian American, Native Hawaiian and other Pacific
and/or economically disadvantaged
SPHSP offerings include:
● Public Health field experience
● seminars and lectures with public health leaders
● faculty mentoring
● visit to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA
● stipend upon program completion
For more information  and program application please visit us at
Application deadline—February 14, 2012

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