Memorial University of Newfoundland
Thursday, May 26, 2022
A virtual event on Accelevents
Our national Discovery Days program aims to educate, encourage and inspire high school students who are curious about careers in medicine and health sciences.
This year's modified half-day online event features exhibits, a captivating keynote lecture, interactive workshops, and a thought-provoking career panel discussion. We invite participation from community practitioners, faculty, trainees, staff and students with a passion for outreach to youth. Use the submission form found further below to join in this exciting program!
- Upload your logo and banner image, social media handles, links to any of your online resources and other documentation in PDF format to let participants learn more about your organization/department
- Exhibits open at 8:30 am and are available to participants throughout the program
- If desired, a representative can interact with their booth visitors from 8:30 - 9:00 am via the platform's chat feature or a Zoom meeting
- Small interactive group sessions offer students the opportunity to learn more about a particular health care field from the presenters
- Presenters can use the video stream offered in Accelevents, with training provided at least one week prior, or Zoom if they have access to a professional account and prefer
- Sessions run 10:00 – 11:15 am NDT
- The moderated webinar style panel discussion comprises five health care academics/professionals from various fields who will each have three minutes to share with the entire audience their story of how they got to where they are today
- Q&A follows after all have spoken
- The panel runs 11:30 am – 12:15 pm NDT
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: THURSDAY, APRIL 21
These events are very well received by students and are an important part of how they explore their career options. The CMHF will track and share all student feedback with presenters.
Janice McNorgan, Program Coordinator
(c) 519-659-7625 | (e) firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit the event page of our website for more information for students and teachers: www.cdnmedhall.ca/mun