Academic check-in for new students with Katie Lipp
Congratulations! You are nearly halfway through your first semester of classes at Mount Holyoke. This event is an opportunity for new pre-health students to gather for a check in about academic planning for the health professions. In addition to whole-group conversation there will be time for brief 1:1 check ins with Katie Lipp, and the leadership of the Pre-Health Association will be there for peer advising. Please come join us!
Family & Friends - Health Professions
Join Director of Pre-Health Programs Kathryn Lipp for a session on preparing to enter graduate programs in the health professions, and how the pre-health office at Mount Holyoke supports our students and alumnae.
Mid-college self-evaluation and reflection for juniors
Juniors! You are more than halfway done with college and may be starting to think about the next steps. “When will I apply? How should I prepare for my entrance exam? Do I need to do something different to enhance my qualifications? What will I do during my gap year(s)? Am I a competitive applicant?” This interactive workshop will be an opportunity to begin to address some of those questions through self-reflection and peer to peer conversation. A follow-up appointment with Katie Lipp, if you have not met this semester, is encouraged.
St. George's University - School of Veterinary Medicine, Grenada, West Indies
Lysa Selli, Director of Veterinary Enrollment @ St. George’s will present an overview of St. George’s, talk about what veterinary schools look for in successful applicants, and discuss the admission review process.
Duke School of Medicine
Jeffrey Crawford, MD, Associate Director of Clinical Research, Comprehensive Cancer Center will present an overview of Duke, talk about what medical schools look for in successful applicants, and discuss the admission review process.
Are you a STEM major? Prospective STEM major? Do you identify as a person of color? Join STEMPOC members for fun, get to know faculty and peers in STEM and engage in conversations about navigating the STEM world as a POC.
Conversation for international students
Are you an international student interested in attending a health profession school in the United States? Please join us for a conversation that focuses specifically on the unique challenges that you may face moving forward, to make connections with each other, and to learn about resources that can help you as you plan your next steps. This event is appropriate for all class years and is designed for those who are not U.S. citizens, permanent residents, or have DACA status.
Personal statement workshop - Required for upcoming applicants. Recommended for all seniors.
This is an interactive workshop and is geared towards those who will submit their applications within the next year. Seniors who are not applying for fall 2020 entry are also encouraged to attend. Registration is required no later than October 28th. You will also need to complete some homework in advance of the workshop, and you will be asked to upload some writing when you register. If you are required to attend this workshop but have an unavoidable conflict, please contact the pre-health office.
Application process presentation - Required for upcoming applicants. Recommended for all seniors. Open to all.
This presentation is required for anyone intending to, or considering, entering professional school in fall 2020. We will review the timeline and details of the application process, with a focus on how the pre-health office can support you. Seniors who are not applying for fall 2020 entry are nevertheless encouraged to attend.
Summer planning for new students. Open to all.
In this presentation we will offer tips on selecting a summer opportunity, resources for seeking your ideal summer opportunity, and information about a few programs that we love!