MS3 Class Information – March 14, 2024

ICYMI: Schedule now to have your Curriculum Vitae (CV) reviewed by Career Advising

Have your CV reviewed and edited by Career Advising as part of a CV group session. Click this link to register – space is limited.

In advance of the session, a career advisor will review your CV and provide personalized feedback after the session. During the group session, a career advisor will address common themes for improvement and answer your questions.

Career advisors encourage all Foundation students to have a completed CV by the time they start the Patient Care Phase. The advisors encourage all MS3s who haven’t yet updated their CV to begin working on this document now in preparation for residency applications this fall.

All half-hour sessions are virtual and start at 11 a.m. AK, noon PT, 1 p.m. MT. The sessions are open to all students. Instructions for how to prepare are given at the time of registration. Register now.

Here are upcoming sessions:

  • March 22
  • April 5 and 19

Visit Career Advising’s CV webpage for more information.

Otolaryngology opportunity

From time to time we share opportunities outside of UW Medicine: Eastern Virginia Medical School Otolaryngology is offering a rotation grant for fourth-year students this summer. For information, please see their flyer.

“Tip of the Month” from the Career Advising Student Advisory Board

As you finish up your Patient Care Phase, now is the time to review Career Advising’s steps to prepare for residency application to set you up for success this application season. Scattering this prep in early on will save a lot of stress when you’re trying to focus on important rotations, like Sub-I’s in your chosen field. If you’re still feeling uncertain about fourth-year schedule strategy, ask your career advisor or specialty career advisor to go over it with you.

– Written by Updated by Career Advising Student Advisory BIPOC board member L’Oreal Kennedy. Originally written by BIPOC alum Shanelle Briggs

In case you missed it, here is the previous issue of the student newsletter for MS3s.

Have a wonderful week!