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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by twin, Apr 23, 2007.
I messed up.
Of all the schools I applied to the only one that actually mentioned a program to this effect is USUHS. They actually go a long way towards making families/wives happy/comfortable/employed in the general DC area.
I have definitely never ever heard of that. I could definitely see it at the USUHS, but that seems crazy for civilian med schools...
I haven't heard of any kind of formalized program for this for medical students, but I'm sure most schools would be willing to help you find some resources if your spouse was looking for a job.
I know U Chicago has one of these...unfortunatly its not on the list...although I am sure if you talk to those schools HR departments they may be able to help
Yale also has a University-wide office that will help with this.
Moving to Pre-Allo as this is a pre-med issue. Allopathic medical students read and respond to posts in pre-allo.
I have no idea why I am on here...perhaps it is the fact I have a 20 page paper due tomorrow.
So my fiance is in med school and one of his classmates girlfriend who was a biochem major in undergrad got a job in a lab on campus. Her bf (the med student) actually contacted the head guy of the lab and told him he was a med student and his girlfriend was looking for a job. They met with her and hired her within a week or two. So I would say yes, they will work with you to help SO's