The Office of Student Affairs on both campuses provides a comprehensive suite of career support services designed to assist students in reaching their personal and professional goals.
Developing a career plan is a four-year process. While first- and second- year students face the extraordinary challenges associated with adapting to a rigorous curriculum, career planning seminars are provided by Student Affairs for students to start the process of thinking about their future beyond medical school.
Career support becomes individualized during the third year. During the fourth year, the Student Affairs staff provides personalized residency application and interviewing support services.
Our DO graduates earn placements at top medical institutions around the nation.
The Student Affairs departments on both campuses work closely with students and faculty to provide career planning support. Services include interview prep workshops, cv/resume support, as well as guidance in developing a personalized career development plan. Specific information relevant to each academic program is available on Nucleus.