Princeton Review is giving out 1 discounted MCAT Ultimate 123-hour course voucher! The voucher that you’ll receive if you are the top highest bidder will be valid until May 2018! More info about the course can be found here:
Bidding will end on Friday, June 2nd at 11:59 PM.
In order for your bid to be considered, you are required to submit a $100 deposit to @FlyingSams account on Venmo. If you are not chosen as the winner, your $100 will be reimbursed to you.
Starting value for the bid is $1799
The value for the course is $2799.
Here is the link to sign-up!
Note: Your highest bid would be your official bid, no exceptions. If chosen as the winner, you are required to pay your bid amount. All bids submitted are looked upon as final sales. Good luck!
Public Health Officer Applications for the 2017-2018 school year are out!
Want to utilize your Spanish and help others? Then apply to be a Public Health Officer! You will be giving health-related presentations to the patients at our clinic and gaining volunteer experience! As an officer you will have priority on clinic trips too!!!
Anyone is welcome to apply!
Deadline is Wednesday, May 31st at 11:59pm
Public Health Officer Protocol
Public Health officer Application
Let’s wrap up another successful year of Flying Sams!
Come join us at the 2017 Spring Banquet!! The event will feature free dinner from Souplantation, a charity raffle with awesome prizes, and a guest presentation by our one and only Dr. Lucy Horton. No admission fee required.
We hope to see you there!!
Congratulations to our Spring 2016 member of the quarter, Soumajit Kundu! Thank you for putting time and dedication towards Flying Sams!
Flying Sams would like to recognize Subathra Raj as our Winter 2016 member of the quarter. Thank you for your involvement and dedication to our club!
The effort was minute, unplanned, and not in our budget. The school season was starting soon and for many students school supplies were hard to access. I remember being excited at the beginning of each school season because we could shop for school supplies.
My roommate and I walked into a store in a search for food one day and instead saw the endless shelves of Back-to-school sales. By sheer serendipity, this fond memory became a flurry of action and thought. We grabbed two carts full of school supplies. We counted and then counted again to make sure we had 20 of everything. We focused on supplies they could use. Our promotora in Ensenada said there was a greater need. We had little more self-funding that was free so we pushed it to 40-60 students.
We purchased pencil boxes, crayons, notebooks, and pencils. We boxed the crayons and pencils into the pencil cases. We brought it across the border and we delivered it on our August clinic trip. We took pictures for posterity and we wrote their names and ages down for DIF (Desarollo Integral Familia). Their ages ranged from 5 to 15 years of age. Their joy and appreciation shine through in the pictures. I could not have found a better use of our time and resources.
Perhaps next year, with the proper funding and planning we can reach more people in the community. Until then, be thankful and humble for all your possessions and resources.
Congratulations to Selena Baca, our Fall 2014 Member of the Quarter! Due to her notable involvement with the UCSD Flying Samaritans, the executive board is proud to announce Selena as our Member of the Quarter.
Thanks for coming out to GBM 3! Also, thanks to Princeton Review for their continued support of our mission. We were excited by the big turnout, and we’ll catch ya on the flipside!
FALL 2014 GBM #3 Slides
Here’s the Slides from GBM #2. We were glad to see everyone come out for GBM, and hope to see ya at the next one!
FALL GBM 2 Slides
Congratulations to Thu Nguyen, our Spring 2014 Member of the Quarter! Due to her notable involvement with the UCSD Flying Samaritans, the executive board is proud to announce Thu as our Member of the Quarter.