ClearView Healthcare Partners OCR Information

ClearView Healthcare Partners has posted two positions on J-Connect, our online job search database for Hopkins students. The deadline for students to apply is TODAY, Wednesday, September 24, at 12:00 midnight. If you have further questions or need more information about this organization, please contact recruit@jhu.edu (copied on this email) – this is the email address for our employer relations team.

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ClearView Healthcare Partners, a boutique consulting firm focused on the life sciences industry (pharmaceuticals, biotech, medical devices), are currently recruiting on-campus for full-time opportunities, for students who are interested in life science consulting.

ClearView will be accepting applications for the Life Sciences Strategy Analyst position.  The deadline is TODAY at Midnight.

ClearView Healthcare Partners is a premier boutique strategy consulting firm serving companies within the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, and diagnostics sectors of healthcare. We support clients in a broad range of strategic engagements, mostly involving innovation-related opportunities with the goal of enhancing shareholder value. We are looking for candidates with an undergraduate degree in the life sciences, who are looking to work in an entrepreneurial environment, interact with a dynamic group of co-workers, and develop a deep understanding of the biopharmaceutical industry. We will be accepting applications for the Life Sciences Strategy Analyst position through September 24, 2014.

Johns Hopkins Recruiting Calendar:

Application Submission Deadline:  September 24, 2014

Interviews: October 6 – 10, 2014

Website: www.clearviewhcp.com

Contact: Elizabeth Kos

Elizabeth.Kos@clearviewhcp.com

Ellis Greene

Ellis.Greene@clearviewhcp.com

Job Opportunity from an Alumnus: Catalent Pharma Solutions’ GOLD Program

Catalent Pharma Solutions will be recruiting for their Global Operations Leadership Development (GOLD) Program on-campus this Fall and would like to give the Class of 2015 ChemBEs advance notice of this incredible job opportunity.


Catalent Pharma Solutions is the leading global provider of advanced delivery technologies and development solutions for drugs, biologics and consumer health products. With over 80 years serving the industry, Catalent has proven expertise in bringing more consumer products to market faster, enhancing product performance and ensuring reliable clinical and commercial product supply for 49 of the top 50 pharmaceutical companies and 36 of the top 50 biotech companies.

Catalent employs approximately 8,500 people, including over 1,000 scientists, at nearly 30 facilities across 5 continents and in fiscal 2013 generated more than $1.8 billion in annual revenue.

OPPORTUNITY DESCRIPTION (J-Connect Job ID: 64403)

Each year, Catalent actively recruits emerging leaders from top universities for our Global Operations Leadership Development (GOLD) program. This program setsthe standard in providing world-class leadership development in an entrepreneurial, fast-paced corporate environment. Our mission is to challenge GOLD participants to achieve their highest potential in preparation for an accelerated and dynamic career.

The GOLD program is an intensive two-year leadership development opportunity consisting of three separate 8-month job assignments at different Catalent sites in the United States. Catalent sites in the United States include: Somerset, New Jersey; St Petersburg, Florida; Raleigh Durham, North Carolina; Winchester, Kentucky; Madison, Wisconsin; Kansas City, Missouri; Woodstock, Illinois; and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

9/17: PURA Informational Session

The INBT Undergraduate Group will be holding their first PURA info session in Shaffer 300 on the Homewood campus next Wednesday (Sept 17) at 7:00 pm. They plan to give a presentation on the basics of the PURA and answer any questions potential applicants might have. They will also make sure the attendees are aware of their PURA workshop in a few weeks. You do not need to be affiliated with INBT to attend. All undergrad’s interested in the PURA program are welcome to attend.

You can also check out the PURA website for more information –  www.jhu.edu/pura

The GREEN Program

The GREEN Program is now accepting applications for their Iceland, Peru, and Philadelphia programs all happening during the Winter, Spring, and Summer breaks of 2015.The program is open to undergraduates and graduates. If you have any questions please contact Alex Tanenbaum at Alex@theGREENprogram.com.

In addition, if you are interested in learning how you can become involved with The GREEN Program you may attend our  Educators Program happening from June 13 – June 17, 2015. Feel free to review our profile on Terra Dotta;  PhiladelphiaPeruIceland.

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The GREEN Program – Now accepting Applications

The GREEN Program is the premiere experiential learning program for future clean energy and sustainability leaders. The short-term immersion programs take students on adventures to the epicenters of clean tech, sustainability, and innovative industries.

  • Engage in hands-on, experiential education with industry experts and professionals
  • Behind the scenes access to innovative clean energy facilities and sustainability projects
  • Supercharge your resume with a global perspective and unique cultural experience
  • Network and develop relationships with powerhouse student leaders and professionals
  • Bridge the gap between traditional textbook learning and real-time industry insight
  • Participate on world-class bucket list adventure excursions
  • Earn an academic transcript during our 8-10 day programs

Take a step out of the classroom and experience the clean energy and sustainability industries, while having the adventure of your life with The GREEN Program.

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Experience:

  • World-class educational environment
  • Student-driven passion Capstone Projects
  • The epicenter of renewable energy
  • Bucket list adventure excursions
  • Transferable academic transcript issued by Iceland School of Energy – Reykjavik U
  • Apply Today

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10-Day Winter: Water Resource Management + Sustainable Practices

Experience:

  • Ancient Inca technologies and wonders of the world – Machu Picchu
  • The implementation of water sanitation technology in the third world
  • Immersive and historically rich Inca culture
  • Peru’s natural resource policy
  • Transferable academic transcript issued by Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola
  • Apply Today

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9-Day Summer: Sustainable Design + Urban Regeneration + Thought Leadership

Experience:

  • The technologies behind sustainable design and urban regeneration
  • Philadelphia’s Green Building and energy efficiency case studies
  • The crossroads of sustainable design and implementation
  • The fusion of global markets and sustainability
  • Transferable academic transcript issued by Philadelphia University
  • Apply Today

Media:

  • See what students just like you have to say about their life-changing GREEN Experience. GREEN Student Series – Episode 1.
  • Several GREEN students from around the world partake on the journey of a lifetime. The GREEN Journey 2014.
  • Read reviews on  Abroad101.com to gain insight on the type of experience you can expect from participating on The GREEN Program. Break out of your comfort zone and become a catalyst of positive change.
  • As a Commitment Partner of the United Nations’ IIE initiative, Generation Study Abroad, we are committed to doubling the number of students studying abroad by the end of the decade.
  • Meet the GREEN Team and “Like” us on Facebook
  • Follow us on Instagram for a look behind the scenes
  • Follow us on Twitter for the latest program updates
  • Connect with us professionally on LinkedIn

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2015 Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship

Some of you could be the perfect fit for the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowships, a pioneering program that prepares outstanding teachers for the schools that need them most.

The Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship, now offered in Georgia, Indiana and New Jersey, recruits current seniors, recent grads, and alumni with backgrounds in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) to teach in high-need secondary schools. Fellows receive a $30,000 stipend to complete a master’s degree program that includes a full school year of experience in local high-need classrooms. In turn, they commit to teach for three years in high-need secondary urban or rural schools. They also get mentoring and support from both their universities and their schools throughout their three-year commitment.

This is perfect for those of undergraduates or recent graduates who have the skills and the passion for STEM to with young people in high-need schools—the young people who may someday be college students like you, if they first have good high school teachers, and who may miss a lifetime of opportunities if they don’t. 

Make sure apply early—it’s a very competitive process. The 2015 Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship program offers three application deadlines: October 13, 2014 (Round 1); November 14, 2014 (Round 2); and January 31, 2015 (Round 3). You can learn more at woodrow.org/STEM.

Women of Whiting (WoW) gathering and information Tomorrow@5pm

From Merve, the President of Women of Whiting (WoW):


 

Dear ChemBE Ladies of engineering,

 

After a few years of hiatus, the Women of Whiting return! You are invited to a social gathering/informational session onThursday September 11th, 5-6pm in Hackerman Hall 320. Just moved here and feeling lost and overwhelmed? Come learn the ropes from students who’ve been there and done that! A female engineering veteran? Pass on your wisdom to new students! Bored after 5pm? Come to see a room in an engineering building in its most female-dominated state in the whole year*!

 

We will talk about the social and career events Women of Whiting organizes, and set the ground for upcoming elections for our 2014-2015 officers. Joining the executive board is a good way to get involved in campus activities, meet fellow engineering ladies, and a great thing to put on any fellowship applications. Come hang out on Thursday to find out more!

 

Any questions, concerns, reservations? Want to come but can’t make it? Email me!

 

Merve

President, Women of Whiting

National Fellowships Program (NFP) announcements – Week of Sept. 8

Soros Fellowship Info Session

The Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans provides two years of funding to naturalized US citizens, green card holders, and children of parents born abroad, one of whom must be a naturalized US citizen for study at any graduate program (academic, arts, medical, law, etc.) in the US. Students may apply as a college senior, as an alum, or in their first or second year of their graduate program. The deadline is November 1.

Soros winner and JHU MD/PhD candidate Kevin Shenderov and a representative from the Soros Foundation will provide information on applying to the fellowship on Tuesday, September 16, 1:30-2pm in 387 Garland 

Please contact Dr. Miller if you are interested in applying for the Soros Fellowship this year.

Upcoming information sessions and workshops
Two more workshops on the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program will be held (September 24 and October 6) on the Homewood campus and two will take place at the Medical School (September 18 and October 9). Click here for an overview of the workshops and times. Please RSVP to Dr. Barry if you plan to attend one of the them.

We have scheduled information sessions in late October and early November for the following fellowships with December and January campus deadlines: Boren ScholarshipCarnegie Junior Fellows ProgramGoldwater Scholarship, and Truman Scholarship. Dates and times can be found on the Events & Deadlines page of our website.

Upcoming deadlines

The campus deadline for the Luce Scholars Program (open to graduating seniors and alumni with minimal previous exposure to Asian culture and who seek to spend a year doing an internship related to their interests in an Asian country) is October 17. Please contact Dr. Miller immediately if you are interested in applying.

 The campus deadline for the Churchill Scholarship (open to graduating seniors and graduate students ages 19-26 for one year of graduate study in math, science, and engineering at Cambridge University) is October 24. Please contact Dr. Barry immediately if you are interested in applying.

Please contact Dr. Miller with any general questions about the NFP.