Find a Mentor

Mentors are important in everyone's career development, offering professional and personal guidance, role modeling, and socialization into a profession.  They  are essential in helping shape the professional lives of physicians. Most medical students encounter mentors during inpatient clerkships, research, or through similar interests.

Most formal mentoring programs are conducted at individual medical schools, so contact your school's office of student affairs.

These links may offer insight into how to find mentors and get the most benefit from them.

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New England Conference on Global and Community Health

Saturday, January 27, 2018

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Choosing a Specialty 

The MMS has a number of resources and aptitude tests to help medical students make the best decision for their professional futures.

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Debt Management

debt management

Information about grants and low-cost loan repayment programs from public and private organizations.

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