Premedical Student Division
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.
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!
Global Health Programs for Premedical Students
Volunteering abroad is a wonderful way to experience a whole new perspective on medicine, public health, or another culture in general! However, sometimes the decision of which program to choose or which organization to get involved with can seem daunting as there are so many out there! Our pre-med team has compiled a list of organizations and programs that do amazing work with the communities they partner with. These organizations range from participating in community development work in Peru to assisting with vision and eye care in Armenia. If you’re interested in volunteering or interning internationally, but don’t know where to start, feel free to explore this list! You can also reach out to our Global Health Chair for more information on any of these organizations, or to request to add a new program to the list!
The Free Guide to Medical School Admission
The medical school admissions process is long and can be stressful. Applying to medical school requires insider knowledge, connections, and financial resources. This guide is to help encourage students and give ideas to “close gaps that privilege and structural biases have put in your way.” Some of our fabulous AMWA physicians have created this FREE guide for your use.
Nursing.org has built a series of open-use guides to nursing programs designed to support students in the field. Each guide covers core developmental topics including course options, career specializations, and job outlook. It’s our hope to reach and prepare as many students as possible with these resources. You can take a look at a couple of our guides linked here:
Nurse Leadership Fundamentals
MSN Nurse Educator Program: https://nursing.org/online-
MSN Clinical Nurse Leader Program: https://nursing.org/online-