Georgia Tech American Medical Student Association’s mentorship program seeks to provide a means for underclassmen (freshmen and sophomores) and upperclassmen to establish a mutually beneficial relationship and a sense of community among pre-health students. Underclassmen have the opportunity to engage in meaningful discussion with students who are in the later stages of their pre-health career and can freely ask questions in a light atmosphere. Upperclassmen have the opportunity to share their experiences and serve as role models for the Georgia Tech pre-health community.
While Georgia Tech can be difficult, particularly as a pre-health student, the AMSA mentorship program provides a support network in true Georgia Tech fashion of upperclassmen and underclassmen looking out for each other. Our goal is to provide easily accessible advice and to make sure that all of your questions about being a pre-health student at Georgia Tech are answered.