Crisis Text Line: I was thinking helping people through this organization would be a good way of getting non-clinical volunteering during the pandemic.
Microbe Online Research: Its essentially an online research gig I guess if you can call it that. Its connected with an Ivy League school and I essentially do internet research on different microbes and update their encyclopedia of microbes. I'm not sure how useful this can be.
(I already have 150 hours of non-clinical volunteering and around 100 hours of clinical research + an agreement with a chem professor that after the pandemic I can be on his research team and do work for him and possibly even get published. I was wondering how useful would these extra activities be to a medical application?)
I mean yes ofc I find them interesting but I also want to know if they’ll be useful for med school admissions
Thanks for your help ! You think it would be possible to remove the quote of my original post though through editing ? I'm going to delete my question to remain as anonymous as possible, thanks.Crisis text line is pretty standard volunteering experience. Idk about the online research though