By: Nisha Koya, OMS-I
On Tuesday, April 30th the Mentorship for Clinical Success (MCS) program will be hosting a dinner and interactive session with NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine students experiencing their clinical years. The event will be held in Riland Auditorium from 5:30 to 8:00pm. The Mentorship for Clinical Success Program is an excellent opportunity for all Alumni to become mentors for students in their pre-clinical years of medical education. The Student Affairs Committee of the SGA is excited to be launching this program as an effort to encourage communication between Mentees in their pre-clinical years with those who will offer both guidance and support as a Mentor.
The goal of the program is to assist students in finding Mentors more easily by designing a Personal Success Plan that meets a student’s individual career goals. Jaclyn Chua, OMS-II is a Student Representative for the Student Affairs Committee and Program Coordinator for the Mentorship for Clinical Success Program. She envisions this program as an opportunity for students to tailor their Mentor-Mentee relationship in a way that is uniquely effective . In doing so, students can gain knowledge about directions one can take towards specific specialties.
For more information on the Dinner and Interactive Session on April 30th or the Mentorship for Clinical Success Program in general, please feel free to contact Jaclyn Chua at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following questions you submit will be provided prior to the dinner and interactive session to be answered by representatives from the Mentorship program. Small group interactive sessions will occur after a brief introduction to the Mentorship Program and its current founding Mentors.
Mentorship for Clinical Success Question Submission Form
Thank you for your contributions and ensuring this program continues to be a lasting tradition here at NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine!