It was nice that we were able experience and participate in the dance, the trip to western university was also amazing, I learned much about the research that graduate students do, along with the requirements that it takes to become a doctor. How important it is to do good in school to be able to accomplish these things. Also I never realized how cool Myan math is and how complex it is. I wonder what my math teacher would think if I used that on a no calculator test?? We also watched a movie that explained how important surfing was to the Hawaiian people, which is nice to know that their traditions are very important to them.
This Saturday marks March’s American Indian Health Career Ladder this Saturday at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona from 8:30 to noon.
The workshops are led by WesternU medical students and doctors: past workshops have included blood type testing, fingerprinting, diabetes prevention, forensic science, and anatomy!
Lunch is provided!
If you are interested in health or science careers, come out and learn all about the Health Career Ladder.
I hope you had a wonderful New Years. Its 2013 and there are so many things going on.
First but not least is the American Indian Health Career Ladder.
Its happening tomorrow from 8:45- Noon at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, CA.
We hope to see you there or another Saturday.
Future Dates Are:
March 9, 2013
April 6, 2013
May 4, 2013