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The premed student organization whose mission is to help college students of SA achieve their medical professional dreams.
To get our org's semesterly T-shirt, membership payments are due by the fourth general meeting. If you are unable to pay by then, membership payments are open until the end of each semester. Go to our application page to learn more about payment options!
To fulfil your active member status, you are required to attend: (Per semester)
AMSA offers many different volunteering opportunities for our active members! To view the list of the various programs we are volunteering with, refer to the "volunteer" tab under the "activities" section.
Some of our more involving opportunities requires us to be more informed and trained before we are able to begin volunteering. Positions such as First Aid Wound Care and Mentor require prior education and preparation before you are able to access the opportunity.
Graduation stoles and cords are awarded in order of the member's commitment to the organization. The order that the member is honored is as follows: Member (for year), Officer, Executive.
Special awards are given in each induction ceremony for members that have gone above and beyond in accomplishments and contribution towards our mission.
Here you will receive live announcements on important upcoming events and be able to directly message our officers.
Stay up-to-date on all of AMSA's events and activities by following us on Instagram.
Our linktree has links to all of our other platforms and socials for you to see.
It is important to know the rules of the game before you jump in and start playing it. In order to become a practicing physician, there is a long and rigorous path that all aspiring students must take. It may be difficult, but the reward will be worth it.
We have many different opportunities in AMSA at UTSA so you can feel comfortable and have fun all while putting in volunteering hours with us and our community. There are a variety of things that a medical school admission council looks for in a good medical student, diversity in volunteering being one of them! Take a look at some of our volunteering programs and see what interests you!
Every school week we strive to provide our members with optimum educational segments that aids them in their path to applying towards future schooling and their perception on their future medical careers.
Unsure of what you want to do in medicine, or are you curious to see what all is out there? Check out this list of medical professions that are offered at UT Health SA, amongst all the other types of medical professions.
Unsure of what is required for the pre-medical pathway, or want a refresher on what you have left to complete? Take a look at the pathway for UTSA, along with a depiction of what is recommended by the AAMC.
If you are wanting to enter the medical field, clinical skills are likely going to be an integral part of your profession. Check out these different segments of skills that are commonly used at the Corazon Clinic!
After spending a long days worth of studying, volunteering, or working that scribe job, it always feels amazing to just sit down and unwind. If you are looking for something productive to do during that time but don't want to open back up the O-chem book for the night, here is a list of sort-of medically related things that I enjoy in my free time. Hope you enjoy!
This podcast is directed by a MD and her husband as they guide us through the absurd history of medicine and what people used to believe would heal us.
This podcast is ran by a med school prep program and directed by a medical student. The show covers detailed MCAT topics along with interviews of different medical professionals and interesting medical stories.
Body language affects how others see us, but it may also change how we see ourselves. Social psychologist Amy Cuddy argues that "power posing" -- standing in a posture of confidence, even when we don't feel confident -- can boost feelings of confidence, and might have an impact on our chances for success.
We believe we should work hard in order to be happy, but could we be thinking about things backwards? In this fast-moving and very funny talk, psychologist Shawn Achor argues that, actually, happiness inspires us to be more productive.
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