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Graduate Student Ambassadors

Application: Closed please check back Summer 2019.

Graduate Student Ambassador benefits:

Minimum Eligibility Criteria to Apply to be an Allied Health Academy Graduate Student Ambassador:

1Linkage partner graduate programs are as follows:

2 Individuals with temporary or student visas (e.g., F-1, J-1) are not eligible to participate.
3 Proof of income must be provided through a Student Aid Report (SAR) form for the current academic year. (FAFSA.ed.gov: What is the Student Aid Report?) Individuals meet the criteria for low-income background if their 2017 annual family income does not exceed the following guidelines.


2018 Poverty Guidelines (200% of Federal Poverty Guidelines)
Persons in family/household Family Income
1 $24,280
2 $32,920
3 $41,560
4 $50,200
5 $58,840
6 $67,480
7 $76,120
8 $84,760
For each additional person, add $8,640

SOURCE: Federal Register, Vol. 83, No. 129, February 12, 2018, pp. 6039 - 6040
4 First-generation college student is defined as a student whose parents did not graduate with a bachelor's degree or higher from the United States before the student started middle school.
5 The following ethnic and racial groups are considered underrepresented in graduate education: Black (non-Hispanic), Hispanic, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Southeast Asian, and Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander.

Graduate Student Ambassador Commitment:


Still have questions? Email Erin Manalo-Pedro, Project Director at emanalo@fullerton.edu to discuss your situation.

Pre-Matriculation Program Participants

Application Deadline: Friday, April 26th! Application links are sent to eligible students through linkage partners.

Pre-Matriculation Program Information:

Minimum Eligibility Criteria to Apply to for the Pre-Matriculation Program:

1Linkage partner graduate programs are as follows:

2 Individuals with temporary or student visas (e.g., F-1, J-1) are not eligible to participate.
3 Proof of income must be provided through a Student Aid Report (SAR) form for the current academic year. (FAFSA.ed.gov: What is the Student Aid Report?) Individuals meet the criteria for low-income background if their 2017 annual family income does not exceed the following guidelines.


2018 Poverty Guidelines (200% of Federal Poverty Guidelines)
Persons in family/household Family Income
1 $24,280
2 $32,920
3 $41,560
4 $50,200
5 $58,840
6 $67,480
7 $76,120
8 $84,760
For each additional person, add $8,640

SOURCE: Federal Register, Vol. 83, No. 129, February 12, 2018, pp. 6039 - 6040
4 First-generation college student is defined as a student whose parents did not graduate with a bachelor's degree or higher from the United States before the student started middle school.
5 The following ethnic and racial groups are considered underrepresented in graduate education: Black (non-Hispanic), Hispanic, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Southeast Asian, and Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander.

 

Summer Research Experience Interns

Application Deadline: Friday, April 26th! Apply here: http://tiny.cc/ahasre19.

Summer Research Experience benefits:

Minimum Eligibility Criteria to Apply to be an Summer Research Intern:

1 Individuals with temporary or student visas (e.g., F-1, J-1) or AB-540 undocumented students may participate in the Academy as guests, but will not be eligible to receive financial support.
2 Proof of income must be provided through a Student Aid Report (SAR) form for the current academic year. (FAFSA.ed.gov: What is the Student Aid Report?) Individuals meet the criteria for low-income background if their 2018 annual family income does not exceed the following guidelines.


2019 Poverty Guidelines (200% of Federal Poverty Guidelines)
Persons in family/household Family Income
1 $24,980
2 $33,820
3 $42,660
4 $51,500
5 $60,340
6 $69,180
7 $78,020
8 $86,860
For each additional person, add $8,840

SOURCE: Federal Register, Vol. 84, No. 47, March 11, 2019, pp. 8729-8730
3 First-generation college student is defined as a student whose parents did not graduate with a bachelor's degree or higher from the United States before the student started middle school.
4 The following ethnic and racial groups are considered underrepresented in graduate education: Black (non-Hispanic), Hispanic, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Southeast Asian, and Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander.

Undergraduate Trainees

Application Deadline: Sunday, May 19, 2019! Join the interest list to receive the application link.

Undergraduate Trainee benefits:

Minimum Eligibility Criteria to Apply to be an Undergraduate Trainee:

1 Individuals with temporary or student visas (e.g., F-1, J-1) or AB-540 undocumented students may participate in the Academy as guests, but will not be eligible to receive financial support. DACA students with Social Security Numbers may be eligible to participate.
2 Proof of income must be provided through a Student Aid Report (SAR) form for the current academic year. (FAFSA.ed.gov: What is the Student Aid Report?) Individuals meet the criteria for low-income background if their 2018 annual family income does not exceed the following guidelines.


2019 Poverty Guidelines (200% of Federal Poverty Guidelines)
Persons in family/household Family Income
1 $24,980
2 $33,820
3 $42,660
4 $51,500
5 $60,340
6 $69,180
7 $78,020
8 $86,860
For each additional person, add $8,840

SOURCE: Federal Register, Vol. 84, No. 47, March 11, 2019, pp. 8729-8730
3 First-generation college student is defined as a student whose parents did not graduate with a bachelor's degree or higher from the United States before the student started middle school.
4 The following ethnic and racial groups are considered underrepresented in graduate education: Black (non-Hispanic), Hispanic, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Southeast Asian, and Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander.

Undergraduate Trainee Commitment:


Still have questions? Email Anel Tavares, Program Assistant at antavares@fullerton.edu to discuss your situation.

Community College Ambassadors

High School Trainees

Application

There are 3 steps to the application process to be an Allied Health Academy member:

  1. Join the interest list. Either fill out the form below or sign up at an outreach presentation.
  2. Attend an information session. Someone from AHA staff will contact you with the link to apply.
  3. Complete the online application. Then, we will review your application and notify you if you are selected.

Please complete the form below to be added to our interest list.

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