The Associate Dean for Student Affairs conducts annual workshops to in creating a Curriculum Vitae and writing a Personal Statement to all interested students. She also meets individually with all rising fourth year students in order to review their status with respect to specialty selection and preparation for application to residency. Students may always seek academic and professional advice from any faculty member at any time and often utilize multiple faculty to provide feedback on their Curriculum Vitae and Personal Statements.
MS-4 students present a post-match residency workshop for MS-3 students every spring with the scheduling assistance of the Office of Student Affairs. Fourth year students provide their recommendations for the residency matching process and conduct informational small groups by specialty.
The Women in Medicine & Science (WIMS), in alliance with the AAMC Group on Women in Medicine and Science (GWIMS), serves as another resource for career development under the leadership of the associate dean for faculty development. WIMS hosts approximately four programs per year in which participants learn through understanding and discussion the career journeys of successful women physicians. All students are welcome to participate.