My name is Abdi Abdullahi and I am a third year medical student at UCSF School of Medicine. I am one of the coordinators of Bridging Admissions, a volunteer organization composed of medical students from across the nation.
I'm reaching out to you about a mentorship program that we are coordinating for URM and first generation applicants. This is our third cycle for our mentorship program, and we have worked with close to 200 students thus far. We match students with a medical student who providers mentorship throughout the application cycle, ranging from personal statement feedback to interview preparations.
If you know of any students who may benefit from our program, please have them sign up at our website:
Graduate Undergraduate Mentorship (GUM) is recruiting graduate and undergraduate students to participate in our 2019-2020 mentorship program.
GUM is a student-led program housed under UCLA Graduate Division. Our goal is to connect under-served undergraduates who have aspirations for graduate school with UCLA graduate/professional school students through mentoring and professional development opportunities. Our applications are open and we are looking for students from all fields of interests. We hope you share this great opportunity with your students. Please encourage them to apply and feel free to email me with any questions.
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