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STEM - Pre-Medical Student Conference

 

Program Name? 
      
Pre-Medical Student Conference (SNMA)

What is the program about?
      
Focus on encouraging academic excellence, cultivate professional skills, peer guidance.  Topics include mentorship, MCAT preparation, application, and interviewing process. 

What are the program objectives? 
      
Increase the number of underrepresented minority medical school applicants/matriculates, and to assist students in becoming more viable candidates.

When does the program start/end? 
      
February

Where is the program located?
      
Wake Forest Hawthorne Campus

Who is able to participate in this program?
      
need information

Gender? 
      
Male and female

Grade/age? 
      
Undergraduate

Race/ethnicity? 
      
All

Health focus? 
      
need information here

Other requirements?
      
need information here 

When does the registration/application process start/end?
      
need information

How do participants register or apply? 
      
Online December - January

Is there a cost or fee to participate?
      
Minimal

Who is the lead organization?
      
Office of Student Inclusion and Diversity (OSID)

Who are the other partners/organizations involved? 
      
Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity, Northwest AHEC

To learn more about this program, please contact:
       
Dr. Brenda Latham-Sadler  or Wake Forest School of Medicine Student National Medical Association
       http://wakeforestsnma.org/


 

 

Last Updated: 08-27-2014
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