Pre-Health Professions Club

GatesThe Gettysburg College Pre-Health Professions Club is open to everyone who is considering a career in medicine or an allied health profession. Working closely with the Health Professions Committee and such College services as the Center for Career Development, the PHPC seeks to provide a forum for students interested in learning more about possible health professions careers through regular club meetings, discussions, guest speakers, field trips, volunteer work, conferences, and graduate and professional school fairs. Come join us!

Club members will be notified of speakers and events through email, once they have completed the Health Professions Registration form and submitted to Kristi Waybright.

Resources for Pre-Health Professions Students

Are you interested in mock interviews?  If so, contact Katy Mattson your Pre-Health Professions Club Advisor, at the Center for Career Development.

Check out the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC)website, which provides a wealth of information, including summer programs and applying to medical schools.

Take a look at Scholarship Resources , which provides information on financial assistance.


 

Fall 2014 Events TBA
 
Spring 2014 Events

Feb. 20, 6 p.m., McCreary 109:  Speaker, Dr. Melody-Rourke, DVM

Feb. 27, 7 p.m.:  Speaker, Ellyn Ogden, MPH-Epidemiologist

Mar. 18, 4 p.m.:  Speaker Gavin Gore- Radiologist

Sun. Mar. 30:   Body Worlds Exhibit in NYC - Please contact Juana Allebach (alleju03@gettysburg.edu) for more information.

Sun. Apr. 6, 5 p.m.-7 p.m., Specialty Dining:  Pre-Health Club Networking Dinner

 

Executive Board Officers for 2013-2014

Caitlin Kratz, President

Andrew Zink, Vice President

Juana Allebach, Secretary

Tyler Raphael, Treasurer

Carolyn Marcello, Senate Representative

Katy Mattson, Club Advisor

 

This is a very active club that welcomes you to join and participate!  Questions? Feel free to contact a member of the Executive Board.


The Pre-Health Professions Club is open to anyone considering a career in a health profession and seeks to provide a regular forum for students interested in learning more about a health professions career through regular club meetings, guest speakers, field trips, volunteer work, conferences, and more.