Clinical experience is a huge part of the medical school application process, and having a unique experience can help you stand out.
It's never too early to start boosting your medical school application. When you travel on the Ultimate Med Immersion trip to Ghana you'll get clinical healthcare exposure and the opportunity to demonstrate the AAMC Core Competencies.
Join MedSchoolCoach for an hour-long webinar where they can answer your questions about:
- What does the day to day look like in Ghana
- What is it like traveling to Africa
- How important clinical experience is during the application process
- What to expect on the Ultimate Med Immersion trip to Ghana
Harvey Katzen MD
Dr. Katzen was an admissions committee member at George Washington University School of Medicine, as well as the president of Oncology-Hematology Associates in Maryland.
Stephen Adjei Kontor
Stephen is a Ghana native with degrees from The University of Cape Coast and Cape Coast Polytechnic University. He has been working with Youth Futures International since mid-2010 and has a strong passion for education, youth leadership skill development, and sports. Stephen plays a vital role in bridging the gap between our U.S. participants and our Ghanaian communities.
Zoe is a graduate of Penn State and has studied, worked, and lived in Ghana on and off since early 2009. She has dedicated her career to public health abroad and as a surgical coordinator in the U.S. Running youth programs to and within Ghana will always be her passion and she will continue to do them for as long as possible!