Curious about what our recruitment timeline looks like? Check out the Fall 2023-2024 calendar here!
Information Sessions (Optional)
PHA at EAF
Tuesday, September 26 • 11AM - 3PM
Find us at the SCOPE booth on the Quad between Royce Hall and Powell Library to learn more about us and our sister organizations! Stop by for a flyer and get your questions answered by a board member. Follow us for the latest updates @scopepha.
PHA Information Session
Session #1: Wednesday, 9/27 @ 5-6 pm • In Person in BSRB 154
Session #2: Friday, 9/29 @ 5-6 pm • Zoom Link
Meet our leadership team and learn more about our projects, values, and upcoming plans. If you are interested in our organization, we highly recommend you come out to one or both of these!
SCOPE Joint Information Session
Session #1: Thursday, 9/28 @ 5:00pm • Zoom Link
Hosted in collaboration with GlobeMed, Bruins Public Health, Bruin Shelter, and Bruin Synaptogenesis.
September 30, 2023, 11:59 PM PDT
SCOPE PHA's application will be due the Saturday following Week 0: September 30th, at 11:59 PM PDT. Although we recognize the tight deadline early in the school year, we hope to orient and onboard new members for our fall training class before the UCLA contract course deadline of the Friday of Week 2 by 5 PM.
October 3 — October 6, 2023
Interview details will be released sooner to the application deadline.
Selected applicants will participate in an interview throughout Week 1, which will be facilitated by members of the PHA leadership team.
October 8, 2023
Decisions will be released via email by the end of Week 1. Course contracts will be due the following day. Specific dates to be determined.
October 11, 2023
Combined with our first general meeting of the year, this is the orientation to meet the members of our Fall 2023 Cohort and introduce the organization in greater detail!
Fall Class & Training
Training for new members will be held virtually in Fall Quarter. Members will receive 2 units of upper division credit upon completion of training course.
The program’s training curriculum has been specifically tailored to include relevant public health topics and clinician panels, allowing members to fully serve UCLA Health patients and physicians. Members will also learn to utilize and update specific databases of community resources for underserved populations in the greater Los Angeles area. Explore our curriculum for the upcoming term below.