- Knowing Your Expectations for Your Degree
- Strategizing Your Class Schedule
- Pre-Health Advisors
- Pre-Health Office Hours
- Careers in Health
- Pre-Health Academics
- How, When, and Where to Apply
- Co-Curricular Activities: Exploring Health Care
- Paying for Health Professions Education
- LSA Transfer Student Program
- Personal Statements
Places to Begin Looking for Non-Clinical Volunteer Opportunities
These are just a few of the many options you can find around campus. Remember that non-clinical volunteering can add immense value to your preparation for a health profession. It can be a wonderful way to learn about the world and the people living in it. Deeper involvement also provides opportunities for greater initiative on your part. And the value increases as you do work you genuinely care about.
- Maize Pages: many student organizations offer volunteering options. Check out Festifall and Northfest.
- Michigan in Washington: provides the opportunity for government and non-government internships while living and studying in Washington DC.I
- Project Serve, Office of Community Service Learning Volunteer placements, Alternative Breaks, campus programs, and SERVE Week.
- Project Outreach - PSYCH 211: Section .004 involves clinical service learning, but the other sections involve non-clinical service learning that might interest you and that can add valuable experience.
- Project Community - SOC 225: Sections in the .200’s are clinically related, but the other sections involve non-clinical service learning that might interest you and that can add valuable experience.
- The UM International Center Study, Work and Travel Abroad Office has listings of excellent service learning organizations that operate outside the US.
- Semester in Detroit provides the opportunity for government and non-government internships while living and studying in Detroit, MI
- Translate-a-thon: Put your knowledge of a language to work for others.
Just as all kinds of volunteering can help you prepare, the experiences you get from internships and regular jobs can help you develop the competencies health professions look for in their applicants.
- The LSA Opportunity Hub: find domestic and international internships.
- The University of Michigan Student Employment job site