Admissions Ambassadors Program
Ambassadors have many opportunities to be involved in the UMMS Admissions process and are essential to making our Interview Day a success. In addition, they give their insights and perspective on what Admissions should highlight to pre-meds, applicants and interviewees about their school. There are leadership opportunities available, such as being the Social Media Coordinator for the interview cycle or being an Interview Day Ambassador (IDA) for one of our 24 Hours in Blue. Finally, and most importantly, Admissions Ambassadors share their Michigan Med experience with prospective students both during interview day and at our Second Look at Michigan event in the spring.
Building health care teams of the future start with interprofessional education now. As a medical student, you will learn alongside students from the other seven University of Michigan health professional schools in a variety of encounters:
Part of the Student Council leadership, M-Home representatives are selected and retain their position for four years, progressing from M1 House Representative to M4 Student Director. Students work with other representatives, faculty and deans to increase impact on the M-Home community. Other responsibilities include: planning monthly House events, coordinating M-Home Olympics, attending monthly meetings, sending updates to your House, and planning the House sorting and Launch activities for next year’s M1 class.
Student Council Representatives
The University of Michigan Medical School Student Council comprises several leadership positions across all four years, all of which serve to represent the student voice to medical school faculty and administration. Positions include: Class Advocates, Curriculum Representatives, Honor Council, IT Representatives, Learning Environment Task Force and M-Home Representatives.
Student Groups & Special Interest Groups
You do not have to give up what you love when you come to Michigan. Our campus hosts 75+ medical student groups, many of them founded by students.
Ranging from socially and academically focused, to service and identity oriented, these groups round out the medical student experience. You can choose to participate in as many as you would like!
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