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Medical Students

    As future healthcare providers you are trained to understand the most minute details of disease processes because a lack of understanding makes physicians uncomfortable and less confident in their deicions.  This is especially true when it comes donation.  Organ and tissue donation is as misunderstood among healthcare providers as it is among the general public.  As future educators of patients and communities, you and your peers are perfect candidates to help lead our educational campaign to increase global awareness and understanding of the donation and transplant processes.  If you are passionate about donation, leadership, education or all of the above we can provide you with plenty of fuel for that passion. 

    The biggest concern for most medical students is time.  We're not going to lie and say that there's not time commitment here.  We want leaders who are excited to make a commitment to this cause.  What we can say is that we started Greatest Gift, Inc. from the ground up, developed our own campus chapters, and continued to recruit more student leaders all while maintaining our own med school responsibilities and other leadership roles.  It can be done, and we're always here to help wherever we can.  We've taken our experiences and feedback and streamlined the chapter start-up process to save you as much precious time as possible. 

    Our stepwise process (outlined in the start-up guide attached below) makes it as easy as possible to be the founder of your own Greatest Gift campus chapter, all while working at your own pace.  We can provide training, educational and promotional materials, event ideas and continuous support for whatever else you may need along the way.  We're committed to the success of our student leaders, both in their roles with their campus chapters, and their careers as physicians.  We are confident that joining this esteemed group of students will provide you with great leadership skills, nationwide connections and new meaningful experiences that you weren't expecting to get from medical school.


    We're always looking to improve on our processes so please feel free to contact us with feedback.



*Our most recent training presentation and video are currently in processing and recording.  Check back soon for updates!
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Ryan Buckley,
Jan 2, 2012, 7:25 PM
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Ryan Buckley,
Jan 2, 2012, 7:24 PM