Integrated Dermatology/eDerm Systems actively supports the Kelly/Strul Emerging Scholars Program assisting local university students by providing paid summer internships. In addition to providing a full, four-year scholarship to Florida Atlantic University, the Kelly/Strul Emerging Scholars Program also helps students with each step of the college process, from acceptance to orientation, mentoring, housing, achieving financial literacy, embracing Owl pride, planning a career, joining student organizations, becoming a mentor, becoming an intern, preparing for graduation, and finally, giving back.
Co-CEO’s of Integrated Dermatolgy/eDerm Systems, Jeff Queen along with his brother Andrew Queen is encouraging all who can to assist low-income, first-generation students in becoming the next generation of Emerging Scholars at Florida Atlantic University. Jeff joined the Board not only because his friend and program co-founder Aubrey Strul invited him, but also because he understands how improbable attending college can be without financial resources and support.
“We’re helping tomorrow’s leaders afford college,” Jeff Queen, said “The concept of the Emerging Scholars program is that these kids can focus on college. (Andy and I) had jobs while we were in college. We want these kids to focus on getting a great education and not worry about making ends meet.”
“We hire students from FAU, and they are phenomenal,” Andrew Queen added. “Professionally, we are excited to help them, mentor them along this road, as they take this journey to further their education.”
Integrated Dermatology/eDerm Systems offer paid internships to the FAU Emerging Scholars. The internships will be offered during the breaks and summer, so students can concentrate on their studies.
For more information contact the Kelly/Strul Emerging Scholars Program