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    2. 2. Information High School  Fees Medicine and  Flight (about $500- Healthcare 600) Conference  Tuition ($3499) Columbia University  Spending NY,NY (food, souvenirs, acti vities, about $400) Schedule  July 18-25, 2013 707-738-0268 dojagirl@gmail.com
    3. 3. About Me- Eli Peske Sophomore at Andover High School  Advanced placement U.S. history  Honors Trigonometry  Honors English  Honors Spanish III  Biology  Auto  Stats and Probability  Ceramics II  Current GPA= 3.6
    4. 4. More about me Previous courses  Community service  Honors Algebra II,  Math tutor Oakview Honors Geometry middle school (in 8th grade)  Aid in student  Honors Government council activities  Honors English 9  Activities  Spanish I & II  Snowboarding, ski  General Ed club  Ceramics I  Andover YMCA  Reading  video games, Of course!
    5. 5. My Goals Goals  My goal for the next 2 years is to attend Post secondary educational opportunity (PSEO) through Anoka Ramsey Community College during my junior and senior years. Finish high school with my associate degree in sciences and math.  Attend Medical school. The field of medicine I am currently interested in is Anesthesiology.
    6. 6. Sample Schedule Class/Week Topic Reading Day 1 7:30 - 8:30 Breakfast 9:00 - 10:00 Lecture and Discussion: Anatomy & Physiology 10:00 - 11:00 Leadership Workshop: Communication & Building Rapport with Patients 11:00 - 12:00 Lecture and Discussion: Ethics in Medicine 12:00 - 1:30 Lunch 1:30 - 2:30 Medical Simulation: Symptom Review and Initial Diagnosis 2:30 - 3:30 Leadership Workshop: Culture Shock & Portrait of Medicine 3:30 - 5:00 Exercise: Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Training 5:00 - 6:00 Dinner 6:30 - 8:30 Physician Forum: Q&A with Physicians and Medical Students 8:30 - 10:00 Social Event 10:30 Room Check
    7. 7. Introduction/Course Description  PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS  Experience healthcare firsthand — Innovations in diagnostics and patient care are revolutionizing our world. LeadAmerica gives you the opportunity to explore this dynamic environment firsthand. You’ll experience simulated patient interaction and develop a clear understanding of what it takes to make this exciting field your chosen career. Columbia University, New York — Participate in a Standardized Patient Clinical Encounter Workshop at the Morchand Center for Clinical Competence at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
    8. 8. Objectives and Results Engaging Faculty & Guest Speakers  Gain access to Academic and Professional Leaders in the medical field.  Speakers may include Physicians, Nurses, Health Care Policy Analysts, and Biomedical Research Scientists. Program Relevant Field Excursions  Experience the program content and appreciate regional sites of importance through field excursions designed to complement the academic and skill building objectives of the program.  Field Excursions may include visits to educational venues such as area Medical Schools and Museums including the R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center/University of Maryland Medical Center (Baltimore, MD), the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry (Chicago, IL), Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (New York City), California Academy of Sciences (San Francisco) and the David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA (Los Angeles). Career Focused Skills & Personal Development Workshops  Formulate a Personal Mission and Vision plan for your future.  Develop and polish skills like Time Management, Decision Making, Team Building, Conflict Resolution, Public Speaking and Communication.  Explore the opportunities and strategies to advance in program related career fields. Collegiate Experience & College Enrollment Seminars  Experience College Life from challenging academics to dormitory living.  Gain an important head start in the Preparation for College and the College Admission Process
    9. 9. How can you help Any donation/sponsorship amount accepted Fund a day ($630), an hour ($80) or a half hour ($40) Simply donate $10-20 Donate your frequent flier miles for airfare Donate items for sale/fundraising efforts Give us your employer name and we will ask for sponsorship Donate your time by helping out with fundraisers
    10. 10. How can you help (cont.) Items to Donate for Fundraising  Donate Frequent flier miles, go to your airline website, access your  Jewelry (homemade or account and click on donate. otherwise, any kind)  Spread the word to coworkers, employers, FB, twitter, wherever!  Trinkets (wine charms, phone  Contact Heather King @ 707-738- skins, whatever!) 0268 or dojagirl@gmail.com  Wine  Mail checks to: LeadAmerica  Baked goods Fundraising office  Gift Certificates 1515 S. Federal Highway, St. 301  Basket goods Boca Raton, Fl. 33432  Raffle items (massage, nail Or Just go to http://gogetfunding.com/project/eli- spa, dinner, hotel stays, peske-future-leader-and-medical- whatever you can think of!) professional  Items for a garage sale It’s easy to support your future!  Your Time
    11. 11. Proposed plans Bake sale at the (TBA)  Remember, your time is on April 12th. Home just as valuable! baked beer bread, Indian Fry Bread, +more. Jewelry sale (TBD) Advertising/ http://gogetfunding.com /project/eli-peske- future-leader-and- medical-professional Raffle (pending raffle items)
    12. 12. Conclusion For any questions or more information please contact Heather King. Remember, any little bit helps! My dream is to be a doctor, my passion is learning! I am grateful for all help and am looking forward to a wonderful learning opportunity this summer! Your future health care needs will need great MD’s like Eli!