The Pritzker School of Medicine incorporates career advising and professional development into all aspects of students' medical education.
Career Advisors and Advising Societies
Pritzker Students are assigned a career advisor based on their participation in the Pritzker Societies. View more information on the societies and the role they play in student life via the links here.
- Coggeshall Society: Mindy Schwartz, MD, and Brian Callender, MD'04
- DeLee Society: Chelsea Dorsey, MD'10, and Tipu Puri, MD, PhD
- Huggins Society: Ross Milner, MD, and Arlene Roman, MD
- Rowley Society: Wei Wei Lee, MD, MPH and Jason Poston, MD'02
During the third and fourth year of medical school, Pritzker Students attend one-on-one meetings with their advisors to help guide them through the matching process.
Career Advising at Pritzker (CAP Sessions)
Career Advising Sessions are held throughout the year. These consist of panel discussions with physicians from various specialties who discuss career options, ways in which students may explore the field further, and ways to enhance their application portfolio.
Careers in Medicine Program
Modeled after the AAMC Careers in Medicine Program,The Office of Student Programs provides students with tailored career development workshops and symposia throughout the academic year. These symposia are designed to follow the AAMC Careers in Medicine career development model, which consists of:
- Understanding Yourself
- Exploring Options
- Choosing a Specialty
- Getting Into Residency
Students are encouraged to begin their career assessment through the AAMC Careers in Medicine online program. Students need a log-in number to participate, which you will receive at the beginning of the academic year. Please save this ID.
AAMC Careers in Medicine
AAMC Career Specialty Links
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
AMA Fellowship and Residency Electronic Interactive Database Access (FREIDA)
Pritzker's Road to Residency Resources