Specially designed programs for all students, freshman to senior, that provide in depth information on how to be a competitive applicant for medical school.
The Pre-medical Academic and Career Exploration Series (PACES) summer residential program is an intensive week-long program designed to assist entering first-year students explore a career in medicine. Focusing on college preparation in pre-med studies and career exploration in the hospitals, this opportunity will help highly-motivated students learn how to become competitive medical school applicants. Interaction with medical students, a human cadaver dissection, and a wealth of knowledge await PACES participants
Dates: July 27 – July 31, 2014
The Application Preparation EXtreme (APEX) summer residential camp is an intensive five-day program designed to assist upperclass pre-med students prepare for their med school application. The program includes a human cadaver dissection, shadowing in the hospitals, personal statement workshop, interview skills practice and two simulated med school interviews for each participant. This opportunity will help highly-motivated students learn how to showcase their abilities, skills, and motivation throughout the application process to med school. Must have 60 hours of earned college credit to attend.
Dates: May 25 – 29, 2014
Credit Card Payment Accepted for PACES and APEX, 803-777-5581