Are you interested in the medical field?
If your answer is yes, then this is an event you don't want to miss out on. The University of Ottawa will be hosting a one day event (8am-4pm) to talk about their undergraduate indigenous medical program (i.e. MD program).
You will get to experience a day in the life of a college medical student. Speak with current medical students about what they are learning and how. Graduate students will also be attending to discuss career options for physicians. If you like the program, you can learn how to apply and ask any other questions you may have.
This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in the medical field. If you were worried about transportation, worry no more. Akwesasne Career & Employment Support Services (ACESS) is providing transportation on a bus but seating is limited. Please call, Nathan Sunday, Youth Coordinator at ACESS, (613) 575-2626 to ensure your spot today.
There is no registration fee, this is a free event, and meals will be provided throughout the day. You must pre-register for this event! Email Lisa Abel, Indigenous Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your interest in attending the event.
The Deadline to register is February 14, 2020.
One session of this event has already gone by, do not miss your chance to experience the second one.
Event Location: University of Ottawa, Roger Guindon Hall
451 Smyth Road, Ottawa ON K1H 8L1
“Come and Walk in our Moccasins” is a one-day event designed to support and encourage First Nations, Métis and Inuit people to apply to uOttawa's Undergraduate Medical Education Program.