Student Community Service
WWAMI Spokane has a number of extracurricular student groups and activities to gain professional knowledge, understand the current state of medicine, and give back to the community. These opportunities give hands-on learning while serving in a setting outside the normal study routine. As a WWAMI Spokane undergraduate medical student, you can participate in a wide variety of activities, including membership and activism in a national medical student association, informal study groups or volunteer activities to build your clinical and professional skills.
These opportunities along with the WWAMI Medical Education Program curriculum give you an amount of professional exposure that no other medical school in the nation can offer. Our local physician partners and mentoring program give you an additional step above the rest, and ensure you are prepared and confident as you progress toward being a practicing physician.
Read specific details on our extracurricular student groups and activities on our current students page.
If you have questions about any of our local physician partners, mentoring program or the WWAMI Medical Education Program, contact one of our academic coordinators at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Speak to a Student
If you would like to speak to a student who spent their first year in Spokane, we have several students who have volunteered and would be happy to answer your specific questions. Please contact us and we will put you in touch with them.