OHSU

Application Process

Applying for CCAAP

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The CCAAP program utilizes college students and alumni from across Oregon who are interested in medicine.  Anyone with an interest in health care related careers and who is seeking exposure in a clinical research environment should apply.  

Due to the extensive training that CCAAP volunteers receive, the program requires a one year commitment for entry.  Volunteers work 1–3 shifts per week, each shift being 4 hours long.

How to Apply

We train new volunteers three times a year.  In order for an application to be considered, it must be received at least one month prior to the training date to allow for ample time to schedule interviews.  The schedule is below:

Application Due: Training Begins:
April 1st 1st week of May
August 1st 1st week of September
December 1st 1st week of January


CCAAP Application Materials

Please send the following application materials:
  • Resume
  • Transcripts (unofficial copies are accepted)
  • Letter of Recommendation
  • Concise statement delineating:
  • your professional goals and any relevant experience
  • the number of hours a week you will be able to commit to CCAAP
  • your reason for applying to the program

Where to Send

Kelsey Priest
Coordinator, Critical Care Academic Associates Program
Mail Code: UHN-67
3181 S.W. Sam Jackson Park Road
Portland, Oregon 97239-3098

Send electronic copies to: Kelsey Priest

For questions call:  (503) 494-6668