Are you considering a pre-health program in addition to your major? Do you have dreams of working in the medical field? Then, you might be interested in joining a pre-health student organization. We at Career Counseling have noticed that a lot of these groups are having interest sessions this week, so we wanted to get the info out to you ASAP. Maybe you can stop by one or a few of these sessions to see what these groups are all about. In general, joining a pre-professional organization will give you the opportunity to get to know other students who share your similar interest, may provide some study tips for those exams required before applying to professional schools, and they also might feature sessions with some current professionals in that field to talk to you about what hey do and how they got there. Remember hearing about the importance of job shadowing and volunteer work during your time in college? These groups may provide helpful opportunities to network and find positions that are available for you to gain this much needed experience.
Dr. Sanker, the Director of the Pre-Health office, sent a great email this week talking about the value of getting involved in a prehealth organization. I’ve linked the attachment he sent as part of this post, so please check out these different opportunities.
In addition to these opportunities, here is letter from the APPS president, Annie Lee:
APPS Interest Meeting 9/6 at 7PM!!!
Dear prospective Association of Pre-Pharmacy member,
Please feel free to email me if you have any questions!
Association of Pre-Pharm Students President
AFC Intervarsity Leadership Team
Another pre-health group meeting:
Baylor Pre-Veterinary Society Meeting
Tonight, August 31st at 5:30 in BSB D114
We hope your week is going well and let us know if you have questions about other student organizations you are interested in!