Welcome Pre-Health Class of 2017
The Willamette Pre-Health Program welcomes you to your Pre-Health undergraduate education. The next four years will be a flurry of course requisites, labs, volunteering, Organic Chemistry problem sets, triumphs, worries, and the famous late-night taco run. Most importantly, these next four years mark professional growth and development as you construct your own medical/healthcare career path. To help you stay on track as a Pre-Health student, we have listed 5 easy ways you can get started as a Pre-Health student at Willamette.
Fall 2013 To-Do List:
- Step 1
Schedule an Appointment with the Pre-Health Intern
Contact Juan D. Ramos, the Pre-Health Intern, to schedule an appointment to discuss the Pre-Health Program, the Four-Year Plan, applying to Graduate/medical School, pre-health internship opportunities on and off campus, pre-health resources, scheduling, connecting with pre-health advisers, and job shadowing. Whether in person or via e-mail, the Pre-Health Intern is a great resource. You can reach Mr. Ramos via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Step 2
Join the Pre-Health Mail Group
Join the Pre-Health program officially by filling out this form. In order to access the form you will need to use your Willamette email address; otherwise it will not direct you to the form.Once you have submitted the form, you will be added to our mailing listserv and receive Pre-Health correspondence concerning events, volunteer/internship/job opportunities, and tips.
- Step 3
Schedule an Appointment with a Career Counselor
Schedule an appointment with one of our amazing career counselors at the Career Center. They can help you choose a major, prepare for interviews, look for a job or career, find contacts for networking, apply to grad school, and build a strong resume and cover letter. If you want to graduate with experience, an impeccable resume and a plan, a Career Counselor will be of great service.
- Step 4
Like the Pre-Health Facebook Page
If you are an avid Facebook addict, then join our Facebook group to stay updated on all the Pre-Health events and news while simultaneously networking with current Pre-Health Peers.
- Step 5
Explore the Pre-Health Website
Check out our Pre-Health Website and Pre-Health Career Page. We have designed this website to contain resources specifically for Pre-Health students. Whether you require resumes, Pre-Health service and/or experience opportunities, job-shadowing or networking with healthcare professionals, preparing for the MCAT and other admissions requirements or just trying to answer the question, “how do I want to help people?”, our website has everything you need and more.
If you have any questions or comments about course requirements, medical experiences and opportunities, or general information concerning the Pre-Health program, feel free to contact the Willamette University Career Center: email@example.com, 503-370-6413, or visit us on the 3rd Floor of the UC.