Stay connected by attending alumni events and conferences across the country.
March 26th, 2014
FIRST is designed to help members of the academic medicine community navigate the complexities of financial aid, student debt, and money management. This service was created by the AAMC in collaboration with the medical school financial aid community and the AAMC’s Organization of Student Representatives. For more information, click here: www.aamc.org/first.
December 4th, 2013
SMDEP will host a mini-fair during the Annual Grantees Meeting in Atlanta, GA on Wednesday, December 4, 2013 from 2-5pm This is a FREE event for pre-health students. The recruitment fair is for the summer programs and the medical and dental schools. All 12 participating medical and dental schools of the SMDEP Program will have… Continue reading
October 10th, 2013
Join the Physician Assistant Education Association and the Summer Medical and Dental Education Program for a live interactive webinar session on the PA profession. 1. Get acquainted with the PA profession; 2. Have questions? Get them answered by a PA; 3. Understand the role of a PA in medicine; and 4. Hear about upcoming events… Continue reading
July 30th, 2013
Welcome to SMDEP’s new Website! The National Program Office hopes our web page redesign will make it easier to learn about the program, find and share information, resources, and best-practices, and connect with the program and alumni. Highlights of the new website: Easier Navigation New features such as Share Your Story Mobile friendly Explore and… Continue reading
July 11th, 2013
Meet Monique Trice. Second year student at University of Louisville Dental School, her plans are to return home to Enterprise, Ala., with a deeper understanding of the hurdles of access that her community confronts. Enterprise, a community of 27,000 and 80 miles south of Montgomery, is predominantly white and blue collar. Many residents rely on… Continue reading
July 11th, 2013
Meet Felix German Contreras, 22, a second-year student at Atlantic Cape Community College in New Jersey on a sure-footed path to health sciences. Phi Theta Kappa. Environmental Club President. Atlantic City Boys and Girls Club Staff Assistant. Medical school-bound. His is the bedrock story of the immigrant “Dreamer” —a life transformed. Who knew this was… Continue reading