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About EAC: Employer Advisory Councils (EAC’s) were formed in 1978 to serve in an advisory capacity to the Employment Development Department (EDD) Workforce Services Program. The San Mateo County EAC meets monthly to exchange ideas and concerns about Human Resources management issues.
Purpose of Scholarship: To assist a San Mateo County resident who is studying some aspect of Business Administration, Human Resources or some area of study that will ultimately provide the opportunity to make a contribution to our society. The scholarship is to be used to further the education of the recipient.
Criteria for Scholarship:
• Write a brief letter of introduction (approximately 300-500 words) stating your financial needs as well as your career and personal goals. Your letter should demonstrate why you should be awarded this scholarship. Include your mailing address, a telephone number where you can be reached, and your email address.
• Provide 2-3 letters of recommendations from a school counselor or teacher, a community agency, an employer, etc.
• Demonstrate a desire to learn by providing a history of academic accomplishments, volunteer services, certificates of achievements, etc.
• Finalists will participate in a personal interview with the EAC Scholarship Committee, and the scholarship recipient must be present at the Awards Luncheon on July 27, 2016.
Who is Eligible: Any undergraduate student who is a San Mateo County resident enrolled or planning to enroll in: Adult School R.O.P., Community College, College or University, or a Vocational Training Program. Previous San Mateo county EAC Scholarship recipients are not eligible.
Award Amount: One Scholarship – $1,000.00 – will be awarded.
Applications must be postmarked no later than Tuesday, May 31, 2016.
Finalists will be interviewed on Wednesday, June 22, 2016.
Recipients will be notified no later than Thursday, June 30, 2016.
Awards luncheon ceremony will be held on Wednesday, July 27, 2016.
Send Application to:
EAC Scholarship Committee
P.O. Box 25075
San Mateo, CA 94402-5075
地點:林肯娛樂休閒中心(Lincoln Square Recreation Center, 250 10st St.)
The Asian Health Institute cordially invites all healthcare professionals to attend this annual symposium which aims to focus on diseases that affect the Asian community most. The Symposium will be held on August 26 and 27 at the UCSF Laurel Heights Conference Center (3333 California St, SF).
The Symposium covers a variety of areas in internal medicine, including cardiovascular diseases, cancers, infectious diseases, and other topics and was expertly crafted with a steering committee consisting of UCSF faculty as well as expert physician leaders from Kaiser Permanente and the Chinese community: Gordon Fung, MD, MPH, PhD; Diana Lau, PhD, RN, CNS; Peter Chin-Hong, MD; Andrew Ko, MD; Anthony Kim, MD; Randall Low, MD; Don Ng, MD; and Anne Tang, MD. UCSF staff and faculty will receive a discounted attendance fee. All healthcare professional students with a current student ID may contact Jane Brooks to register (email@example.com).
This is a CME activity which meets continuing education requirements for 12.75 CMA PRA Category 1 credits (accepted by the following licensing boards: Medical, Nursing, Pharmacy, and Physician Assistants, and Geriatrics).
The National Council of Asian Pacific Islander Physicians will hold a conference on Diabetes and Obesity in Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders Reducing Disparities Through Research, Advocacy, and Policy at the Hilton Hotel in the Financial District¬, San Francisco, California on August 26-27, 2016. This program is part of the targeted activities for the Screen at 23 Campaign to promote the screening for diabetes and pre-diabetes in Asians using a body mass index of 23, instead of 25. This is program does not give CME credits.