AMCAS Work and Activities Section: The True Story

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December 3, 2022 | 4pm ET (1pm PT)

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What We'll Cover:

While some applicants may think their personal statements and essays are the best places to differentiate themselves, the AMCAS Work and Activities section’s importance shouldn’t be overlooked. But how can you ensure you stand out? How do you ensure your stories are impactful and show off your best skills? 

Inspira Advantage’s “AMCAS Work and Activities Section: The True Story” webinar will answer these questions and more. Get ready to learn from expert admissions counselors as they explore the following: 

  • An overview of the AMCAS Work and Activities section 
  • How to ensure your activity descriptions are concise and impactful 
  • How to select your most meaningful activities 
  • Tips for showing off your best qualities and how your experiences have prepared you for medical school 

Are you ready to share your unique stories and impressive character traits? Register today and bring your AMCAS Work and Activities section to the next level!

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December 3, 2022 | 4pm ET (1pm PT)

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Meet the Panelists:

Chiamaka Okorie
Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth

Chiamaka is a fourth-year medical student at Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. As a current admissions committee member, Chiamaka participates in the interview/candidate selection process. She’s passionate about mentoring students through the medical school application process and guiding them to success.

Ezra Brooks
University of Pennsylvania

Ezra is a third-year medical student at the University of Pennsylvania. Originally from New York City, he grew up in Cherry Hill, NJ, before attending the University of Pennsylvania as an undergrad. As an undergraduate student, he studied Economics with minors in Math and Chemistry. He graduated with honors, phi beta kappa, summa cum laude, and was awarded a prize for excellence in Economics. While an undergrad, he conducted research in healthcare economics, captained the campus Medical Emergency Response Team, taught CPR, and wrote for The Pennsylvania Punch Bowl humor magazine. He applied for medical school during his senior year and decided to stay at the University of Pennsylvania for medical school because of its academic excellence and broad array of research opportunities in healthcare services.

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