Premedical Student Division

Resources

Resume Building Tutorial

We know that the medical school application process can be hard. We hope that this tutorial about how to build your resume in order to become a competitive medical school candidate can be useful for you as you embark upon this challenging process.

Resume Building

Interview Tips Tutorial

The Medical Student Division has prepared a small tutorial on a few interview strategies that we have found to work well when preparing for the medical school interview trail. While interviewing as well, considering using the AMWA Student Hosting Program to stay at AMWA members’ homes in the locations that you are interviewing. This will allow you to connect with AMWA members while saving some money for your celebration once you’ve gotten into medical school!

The Interview

Admissions Consulting: For Members Only

AMWA is excited to announce a new partnership with Inquarta:  Graduate School Admissions Consulting.  Through this partnership, all AMWA members can receive a free on-line course and video assessment – “What Are My Chances? For Medical School Admissions.”  Valued at $47, this program practically pays for the AMWA Membership!

The Consultation

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… And much more!

Please see the general Student section for more information on ongoing initiatives, awards, resources, and ways to become involved.

Stay Informed with these 2016-2017 Pre-Med Programs below:

COPE Health Scholars – Clinical Programs for Pre-Health Students
Application Deadline: April 1st, 2016
Summer Pre-Med Scholar Program, June 19-August 7th  
Are you or someone you know getting ready for the MCAT and medical school admissions? The Summer Pre-Med Scholar Program provides comprehensive preparation for medical school admissions. Offered by COPE Health Scholars in partnership with The Berkeley Review and the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, the program features: expert MCAT prep, hands-on clinical experience, UCLA faculty-led lectures, admissions workshops, physician clinics, and more. MCAT instructors go deep into the material to help students truly understand the content. Clinical training entails hands-on patient care under RN supervision. Scholars will earn a certificate from UCLA upon completing the program. Held in Los Angeles, with a residential option available, students will explore the beaches and attractions to refresh from the intensive program.
Health Scholar and Junior Health Scholar Programs, offered year-round
Not ready for the MCAT, but looking for clinical experience? COPE Health Scholars offers preparatory programs for pre-health students in high school and college. Health Scholars are college students and graduates who are pursuing careers in medicine, nursing, health administration or related fields. They gain hands-on patient care experience, becoming members of the patient care team as they assist with basic care tasks such as checking vitals, ambulating, bathing, feeding, etc. under RN supervision. Junior Health Scholars are high school students who are exploring the health professions. They are paired with Health Scholars for clinical shadowing and mentorship. All Scholars earn certificates from the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health upon completing the program. Sites are located in Southern California and Washington, and are expanding nationally.
For more information, please visit copehealthscholars.org/summer-premed-scholar
For admissions information contactadmissions@copehealthscholars.org or 213-259-0246. If you would like to learn more about COPE Health Scholars and how to bring a student program to your clinical facility, contact Liz Chang at lchang@copehealthsolutions.org or 213-542-2259. Learn more at copehealthscholars.org.
CCNY 5th Annual Medical & Dental Fair
The Program in Premedical Studies at The City College of New York proudly welcomes pre-medical students to the Fifth Annual Medical & Dental School Fair! Students will have the opportunity to meet and network with representatives from 40+ medical schools and dental schools! This event is FREE so be sure to register!
When: 
Saturday, April 2, 2016 from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EDT)
Where:
The City College of New York – Shepard Hall, The Great Hall, The City College of New York 160 Convent Avenue, New York, NY 10031
Register here for the conference.
Stanford Minority Pre-Health High School Conference 2016
Saturday: April 9th, 2016 from 8:30AM to 4:30 (PDT)
Palo Alto, CA
Purchase your student/parent/advisor ticket by visiting http://www.eventbrite.com/e/stanford-minority-pre-health-high-school-conference-2016-tickets-22590269103?aff=ebrowse
Stanford Mini Med School Video Series (Free Resource)
Visit http://med.stanford.edu/minimed/