Interested in a Career in Health? UPREP Workshop (11/22): Med School App Overview

To Aspiring Future Med School Applicants,

Hi all! The new program coordinators for UPREP and first year medical students at the University of Washington School of Medicine, Caroline Raymundo, Christina Tran, and Savanna Yann, are excited to inform you about the upcoming workshops we will be hosting during this school year to better serve the underrepresented future aspiring physicians like you in our community!

UPREP is a collaborative project between the UWSOM student affinity groups. UPREP offers monthly workshops to underrepresented minority students and other aspiring future applicants who are interested in pursuing a career in medicine. We offer workshops focusing on topics ranging from AMCAS application, financial aid, writing a personal statement, MCAT prep, interviews, and others.

 

Our next session of the year is scheduled on:

November 22nd @ 6:30-8pm 

Location: Zoom (https://washington.zoom.us/j/9816676986)

 

This session’s topic will be: Overview of the Medical School application

The event itself will consist of a presentation, panelist Q&A, and breakout rooms with a current medical student. You will have an opportunity to meet and interact with current medical students who, like you, have applied to medical schools in the past and want to help you be a successful applicant! Our student volunteers are very diverse and come from all walks of life who each have their own unique insights and stories they would love to share with you! Don’t forget to bring your questions! 

 

Please sign up here: https://www.wejoinin.com/sheets/stpdk

This is a unique opportunity to learn about the admissions process for medical school from medical students’ perspective and also a great networking event for you to possibly meet your future mentor! We hope that you are able to join us!

For any questions or concerns please email us at uprepuwsom@gmail.com.

By Meaghan Wood (She/Her)
Meaghan Wood (She/Her) Career Coach Meaghan Wood (She/Her)