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BOSTON — Harvard School of Dental Medicine’s The Bridge to Dental School initiative is seeking American Indian and Alaska Native students to participate in a free 7-session program via Zoom from 10:30 a.m. — 12:00 noon - EDT, on Saturdays and Sundays, from June 5-27, 2021.

The inactive program will cover general study tips for the Dental Admission Test (DAT) and other essential elements for crafting a competitive dental school application. Emphasis will be placed on writing the personal statement and resume, interviewing skills, and the hidden curriculum in dental school. Instructors will share their experience with graduate studies in oral health, as well as post-graduation plans.

Program Eligibility

Applicant must be a college student or graduate (from any institution of higher education) who intends to apply to dental school in the future

Applicant must commit to attend 7 sessions, active engagement by completing assigned tasks, and keep their cameras on, unless the applicant has received approval by instructors not to do so

The deadline for application is Friday, May 14, 2021. Click here to access the application.

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