AMP Honors Program
AMP Honors Program

AMP Honors Program

AMP Honors Program

Welcome to AMP Honors Program

Unlock a career in health care

About AMP Honors Program

American Medical Pathway (AMP) Honors Program is a one-stop online resource for students interested in a future career in health care. Joining AMP will give you the competitive edge to help you stand out from other applicants and develop the skills, expertise and personal qualities to succeed on your health care path. 

Why You Should Join

Join the AMP community and get access to:

+ A welcoming community of students like you, who are also interested in medicine and other health care fields

+ Exclusive content and independent coursework custom made by industry-leading health care professionals and educators to deepen your understanding of both the scientific and human sides of health care 

+ Advice and support from experts on college admissions

+ Volunteer opportunities and networking events to help you build a proven track record of interest in health care and become a more competitive, holistic candidate

On a typical day in the AMP community,  you might pick up tips on how to come across as competitively as possible in a medical school interview; listen to professionals in medicine or other health care fields talk about their day in one of AMP’s live Q&As; join a discussion on a real-life ethical situation you might face in a research lab; or read about how medicine is practiced around the globe. And of course, you’ll learn about the nitty-gritty of the human body—from modern medical marvels to deep dives into the fundamentals of anatomy and physiology.

About AMP Honors Program

The AMP Honors Program is a tax-paying organization created by academic physicians with a mission of aligning socially conscious goals with professional development for the benefit of prospective health care students, community health organizations, patient populations, and academic physicians with research interests.

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