The TCOM Career Development Office works with medical students from matriculation through graduation. The TCOM Career Development Office meets with the TCOM Advisory Colleges during year one to present a high level look at the residency application process during the spring of year one. They also conduct several AAMC Career in Medicine Workshops to introduce students to the comprehensive Careers in Medicine website created by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). The website requires a ‘token’ for full access. You may request your token from Melva Landrum. We encourage you to establish an account during year one.
During year two, Dr. David A. Stone; Interviewing Coach, Residency Counselor, Specialty Advisor and Melva Landrum; Residency Counselor, will meet with the second year students for the Careers in Medicine Lunch series (beginning in September) to discuss a more detailed look at the residency process and spark discussion about ways in which to be more competitive for your chosen specialty…and simply learn more about the residency application process. *The lunches are a required part of the TCOM curriculum; each student must attend one session.
During year three, students participate in required residency counseling with the TCOM Career Development Office to discuss strategy, competitiveness, board scores, specialty selection, and programs of interest. During these meetings, students will learn which programs they are realistically competitive for.
The TCOM Career Development Office is available for CV and personal statement reviews and editing by request.
During year four, the TCOM Career Development Office is available to assist TCOM students with follow-up residency counseling right up until Match Day. We realize that some students may require several meetings, and are happy to assist you!
*Additionally, they are available to meet with year one and two students for pre-residency counseling…those that wish to discuss what they can do to be more competitive for specific specialties or those who have general concerns and are seeking professional advice.
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Management and oversight of the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS); generating the Dean’s letter or “Medical Student Performance Evaluation” (MSPE), handling of recommendation letters from physicians, and “how to” workshops for the technical aspects of ERAS. For more information and additional services, please visit their website.
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