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Watch This Important Message From Our Medical Director Dr. Mitchell…
Stephen Ray Mitchell, M.D., MBA, MACP, FAAP, FRCP
Dean for Medical Education at Georgetown Medical School (2000-2020)
Dr. Mitchell is dean emeritus of one of America’s most prestigious medical schools, Georgetown University where he is responsible for the medical school administration, curriculum, and student affairs. He opened and continues to be Director of the Georgetown University Hospital Childhood Arthritis Center. He has been honored numerous times for his teaching excellence, including multiple “Golden Apples” for medical student education and the Kaiser Permanente Award from the faculty for Outstanding Clinical Teacher in the Medical Center.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will Attending the Congress Help a Student Gain Admission to a Competitive College and Medical School?
The education, motivation and recognition at the Congress can inspire students to take the personal actions necessary to become much stronger candidates for competitive college and medical school admissions. Attendance at the Congress can also enrich a student’s academic profile by adding to their showcase of extracurricular experience and achievement needed when applying to colleges and universities.
Why are students required to provide proof of GPA?
The Congress of Future Medical Leaders is an academic honors program and only students with a GPA of 3.5 or above (either current or cumulative) are allowed to attend. Forms and further instructions will be provided after acceptance.
When will the Congress take place?
Qualified students may attend any of the following three scheduled dates to earn their Congress of Future Medical Leaders Award of Excellence:
– June 24, 25, and 26, 2022
– November 5 and 6, 2022
– March 25 and 26, 2023
Also, as an additional educational benefit, Delegates who enroll for the June Congress may attend two or all three of the scheduled Congresses listed above at no additional cost.
Delegates attend the Congress of Future Medical Leaders from any location in the world that has a good Internet connection using a laptop, tablet or smartphone.
The Congress is an interactive honors program with frequent live video interaction and bonding between Delegates. Delegates will converse and complete numerous exercises in small groups to network and build friendships with future colleagues and collaborators.
Can Delegates Earn College Credit from Attending?
Delegates are eligible to earn one college credit, after demonstrating their attendance at the Congress of Future Medical Leaders, at an additional cost and upon completion of additional coursework. Complete information will be provided upon enrollment.
College credit will demonstrate to universities and other institutions that you have already completed college-level academic work.