Becoming a member of student organizations is a fantastic way to get involved around campus and provides the opportunity for valuable leadership roles.
Ongoing volunteer experience demonstrates a willingness and desire to help others. Volunteering shows an investment in your community and the people who live in it.
Being involved in undergraduate research displays that you can excel while committing time to projects outside the classroom. Most importantly, research develops critical thinking skills vital to health careers.
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