The 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.
If you are interested in receiving emails specific to the Pre-Health Professions Club, please email Madison Martino to be added to the club alias.
If you have attended a Blood Borne Pathogens Workshop this semester, please pick up your certificate at Masters Hall, room 111.
Fall 2015 Events
Primary Care Day at Penn State University College of Medicine in Hershey, PA
This program is FREE and runs from approximately 9:00am-3:30pm
Blood Borne Pathogens Workshops:
Thursday, September 17th at 6pm in SCIE300 (Please RSVP to Kristi Waybright)
MEETING - Monday, September 21st at 7pm in SCIE300
ADVISING SESSIONS held from 11:30am-1:00pm in SCIE300
Thursday, September 24th (Juniors & Seniors)
Thursday, October 15th (Sophomores)
Thursday, November 19th (First Years)
Executive Board Officers for 2015-2016
Madison Martino, President
Michelle Stefanelli, Vice President
Brandon Keleman, Secretary
Joslynn Watkins, 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.