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Composite Letter Update!

The Group Mandatory Check-Up is the same as the Group Pre-Health Holistic Review (PHHR). If you have completed one, you have completed the other! Once you have met the group meeting requirement, you are eligible to schedule the 1:1 Follow-Up with your advisor. Students only need to complete a single 1:1 Follow-Up. 2017 Composite Letter applicants must complete the 1:1 Follow-Up prior to the December 1st deadline.

Alumni interested in applying for a Composite Letter who did not complete their Group PHHR during their undergraduate years will need to watch the Mandatory Check-Up video (posted within the next week to the PHMO YouTube Channel and other social media) and complete a quiz with a score of 100%. More information coming soon.

The Composite Letter Manual will be posted before the end of September. Students interested in applying for a 2017 Composite Letter (For the 2018 Application Cycle) should be prepared to complete the Composite Letter Orientation Quiz that accompanies the manual by December 15th.

Upcoming Campus Visits!

This Month

(TOMORROW) Manna Project International; Friday, September 16th, 3:00pm - 4:00pm in White Hall 103 - Attend this session to meet Samantha Church, the Executive Director of the program

MGH Institute of Health Professions; Tuesday, September 27th, 12:00pm - 1:00pm in White Hall 110 - Attend this session and meet Lauren Putnam, Associate Director of Admission

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; Wednesday, September 28th, 12:00pm - 1:00pm in CHEM 316 - Attend this session and meet Dr. Jessica Reid-Adam, a representative from Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Next Month

US ARMY Health Professions Scholarship Program (Monthly Visits); Tuesday, October 4th, 12:00pm - 1:00pm in the White Hall Lobby - Attend this session and meet Major Calvin Vance (see attached) - Major Vance will visit on the 2nd Tuesday of each month until November, and then again in the Spring

Boston University School of Public Health; Friday, October 7th, 10:00am - 12:00pm in White Hall Lobby - Stop by table meet Henry Wilder, Assistant Director of Admissions

Be sure to check the PHMO FaceBook page to learn about any newly scheduled campus visits from healthcare professional schools and programs!

2017 Atlantis Project Fellowship applications are open!

The Atlantis Fellowship is an intensive university-break program abroad for American pre-meds. Atlantis Fellows experience global healthcare through hospital shadowing rotations and prepare for medical school apps through reflective hospital observation, volunteering, medical humanities research, and MCAT prep.

Fellowship placements are limited. Visit to apply today.

More News!

  • Check out the PHMO Events Calendar (attached) for all of our fall semester events
  • See the Pre-Nursing Club Fall Events Calendar (attached)
  • Opportunity for Undergraduate Health Majors: Brenau University's Occupational Therapy Student Conference (application attached)
  • "The Road to Veterinary School" Webinar; Friday, September 16 REGISTER HERE
  • The 2017 National Association of Medical Minority Educators Inc. (NAMME) Student Development and Recruitment Event; September 17
  • Lewis Katz School of Medicine Online MCAT Biochemistry Course; Registration deadline September 18 (See attachment)
  • Medical School for International Health: Attend an Informational Open House or Webinar
  • Pre-Doctor of Physical Therapy Society General Body Meeting; Tuesday, September 20 (please see attached flyer for more information)
  • Health Professions Week; September 26-30 - Register for the Virtual Fair Today
  • Check Out the The University of Colorado School of Medicine early bird discounts for its winter pre-med Emergency & Wilderness Medicine classes
  • Exciting Free Webinars for PreDental Students in October
  • 2016 Careers in Science and Medicine: Workshops and Mentoring Session (attached)
  • Health Professions Visit Opportunities at Campbell University
  • AMWHO National Conference 2016: #AMWHO2016; Hosted by Emory University October 14-16 (See attached)

(See Attached, Blog, Twitter, and/or Facebook)

Questions, Answers, & Social Media

The PHMO has four goals. They are to (1) Introduce students to holistic development and guide them to grow into well-rounded candidates for the health professions. (2) Encourage students to self-assess: to reflect on their experiences, and their interest and readiness to pursue a career in the health professions. (3) Connect students to resources and opportunities on campus and in the community. (4) Introduce students to the skills and competencies they will need to become successful healthcare professionals.

We work with Emory undergraduates once they show interest in healthcare professions until they are ready to apply to healthcare professional schools.