Programs & Events
Attend an In-Person Event
AMSA Annual Convention & Exposition brings together medical and premedical students from all around the world for a great chance of networking, building skills, explore new ideas, and to grow personally and professionally.
AMSA Conferences invite physicians-in-training and expert facilitators to spend 1-2 days exploring current issues in medicine, building clinical skills, and connecting with peers. These colloquia also offer sessions dedicated to premed students and offer a concentrated residency preparation track.
Advance Your Professional Development Online
Become a Leader
It takes more than medical school to make a physician. Your education is dedicated to teaching you the core aspects of becoming a physician – diagnosing and treating patients. But what about understanding finance, using facilitative communication, mastering delegation techniques? AMSA’s Leadership Program is key in addressing areas of professional development and training not taught in the classroom.
Find a Mentor
The AMSA Mentorship Program, powered by for[MD], offers AMSA’s medical student members direct access to practicing physician mentors across the country and from varying backgrounds. These physician mentors are experts in key areas of interest deemed fundamentally important to medical students and will address topics such as preparing for the Match, wellness strategies, career planning, and more.
The AMSA Academy is a training ground for physicians leaders, established by students and for students. The AMSA Academy strives to empower physicians-in-training to effect change in medicine and didactic and experiential learning. Each program fosters the value that health care must be patient-centered, effective, safe, equitable, and timely, as identified by the Institute of Medicine.
Additional Learning Opportunities
The Humanistic Elective in Activism, Reflective Transformation, and Integrative Medicine (HEART-IM), will provide twenty-five (25) fourth-year medical students with a unique and rewarding way to conclude their medical school careers and prepare for their future work as healer-physicians.