During my gap year, I had the privilege of working for an AmeriCorps organization called City Year. It is a one-year commitment to 1,700 hours of mentoring and tutoring inner-city kids. I was placed at South High School in a 9th-grade math classroom in Columbus, Ohio. It is difficult to describe entirely how this year […]
Working in Medical School?
It’s not a stretch to call med school a full-time job. While trying to juggle classes, clinical activities, extracurriculars, and a personal life, there isn’t much time for anything else. Yet, despite working so hard on a daily basis, you’re shelling out tons of money instead of earning it. So it’s not a surprise that students […]