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Join us for diaTribe's Annual College Day: July 18th at 4 pm PT

Updated: 8/14/21 1:00 amPublished: 7/12/19

By Annie Chen, Elise Bourelly, and Jamie Kurtzig

Advice on how to navigate the college application process and more – here in San Francisco and on Facebook Live, July 18, 4pm-6:30pm PST

We’re excited to invite you to diaTribe’s annual College Day panel – in person in San Francisco or online via Facebook Live.

diaTribe’s College Day is a free college advice panel that is open to the public and all students who are thinking about attending college. Whether you or someone you know wants to know more about the admissions process or what college is like, join us on Thursday, July 18, from 4pm-6:30pm (PST) to hear from our panel of alumni and current college students. The panel will answer questions about applications, academics, student life, financials, athletics, and the path to pursuing a career in medicine!

When? Thursday, July 18, 4pm-6:30pm PST

Where? The office of The diaTribe Foundation: 776 Haight Street, San Francisco 94117 (near the Duboce & Noe MUNI station)

For those outside of San Francisco, the panel will be broadcasted on Facebook Live.

Please RSVP if you are interested. We look forward to seeing you!

College Day Agenda:

  • Introduction/opening remarks from Kelly Close (president and founder of Close Concerns, chair and founder of The diaTribe Foundation)

  • Admissions Process Panel

  • Academics Panel

  • Student Life Panel

  • Health and Medicine Panel

  • General Q&A

  • Thank you/closing remarks

  • Reception

College Day is organized by diaTribe’s Junior Summer Associates (JSA). diaTribe’s JSA program is a four-week mentorship for young women in high school, designed to promote for them positive growth in science and technology. JSAs spend four weeks learning about cutting-edge medical science in diabetes and obesity, while researching, analyzing, and writing reports for diaTribe. They also meet and talk with doctors and leaders in diabetes.

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