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  1. I wanted to pass along a genetic counseling volunteer opportunity at Stanford's Center for Inherited Cardiovascular Disease for anyone who is interested. I've been a volunteer for the past 9 months and have applied to programs this cycle. I am feeling pretty hopeful of being admitted somewhere, and the Stanford position has been an amazing experience. Here is the information: Volunteers can expect to: · Learn about the day-to-day life of a genetic counselor · Gain a deep understanding of taking a family history · Interact with other members of our patients’ healthcare team, including physicians, nurses and patient care coordinators Typical duties may include: · Data entry in the genetic counselors’ pedigree database, Progeny · Maintaining and organizing data in our electronic filing system · Light office duties to support the genetic counseling team · volunteers with prior research experience or who excel at routine responsibilities may be asked to participate in more advanced research projects Ideal applicants are: · dedicated to gaining exposure to genetic counseling · detail oriented · able to work well with a team · available 8 or more hours weekly during working hours, but we can be very flexible to work around other commitments. Multiple positions are open for summer 2018. Ideal candidates would be available throughout the 2018-2019 school year. Please send your CV and a cover letter introducing yourself and why you’re interested in volunteering with us. Stanford Center for Inherited Cardiovascular Disease Julia Platt, MS LCGC jplatt@stanfordhealthcare.org
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