Student leaders helping their peers achieve success!

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Mission Statement

To help students identify career goals and pathways, explore specialty and practice options, choose a specialty that best suits their individual needs, select and apply to the residency programs of their choice, match successfully, and cultivate long-term medical career satisfaction. The CiM Career Development Student Council was born out of a desire to be even more responsive to students’ professional development needs throughout all four years of their medical school career.

TCOM Career Development Officers:

 

Class of 2022 Beyer Career Development Rep: Annie Lin

Class of 2021 Beyer Career Development Rep: Mary Ann Reed

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Class of 2022 Elko Career Development Rep: Parker Lachowsky

Class of 2021 Elko Career Development Rep: Jennifer Archer

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Class of 2022 Everett Career Development Rep: Mackenzie (Mac) Ewart

Class of 2021 Everett Career Development Rep: Greg Smith

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Class of 2022 Luibel Career Development Rep: Blake Pruitt

Class of 2021 Luibel Career Development Rep: Lexi Kindt

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Class of 2022 Richards Career Development Rep: Robert (Sean) Faries

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Class of 2022 Zachary Career Development Rep: Fatima Rahlouni

Class of 2021 Zachary Career Development Rep: Melissa Schullek

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This page was last modified on October 25, 2019