Find ways to get experience in the medical field before you attend medical school.
There are many ways to gain experience when you are preparing for medical school, like the Summer Health Professions Education Program (SHPEP).
If you are considering taking time after graduation and wondering what you could do, we’ve compiled a list of things for you to think about.
Public Health Training Opportunities for Premedical and Prehealth Students.
A medical student shares what it's like to work as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and how it prepared her for medical school.
A graduate student talks about what it was like to be a medical scribe and how it will prepare her for medical school.
How to get health care-related volunteer opportunities as a premed student.
Summer is a great time to get medically related experience, which can be an important piece of a medical school application. You can volunteer, shadow a doctor, work in a lab, or participate in a summer program that may include several of these experiences.
Two medical students answer questions about what it was like to enroll in a post-bacc program and how it prepared them for medical school.
Working in a research setting can help make you a competitive medical school applicant and help you to determine if a career in medicine or medical research is right for you