Medical Student Section (MSS)
The MAG Medical Student Section (MSS) was established by MAG to serve as the policy-making body for medical students in Georgia.
The MSS allows medical students to have a unified voice in organized medicine in Georgia. The MSS is led by a governing council and has a voting seat on the MAG Board of Directors, as well as delegate seats at the MAG House of Delegates. Students also have the opportunity to serve on the committees and councils within MAG.
Membership is open to any medical students who attend one of the five accredited medical schools of Georgia. Student membership dues are $5 for four years.
L.E.A.D.S. Medical Student Program (Lead, Engage, Advocate, Develop, Serve)
L.E.A.D.S. is an organized effort led by MAG and its affiliated medical societies, sections, and adjuncts to help medical students across the state increase their engagement in organized medicine and advocacy. This program is designed to achieve this without creating additional financial burdens or distractions from their education or training.
Program participants learn skills and participate in experiences that will prepare them to become leaders in the next generation of advocates for the medical profession while bolstering their resumes, expanding their peer and professional networks, and becoming better equipped to successfully transition into practice.
This opportunity is open to any medical student who attends an accredited medical school in the state of Georgia and is a member of MAG. Click to complete the online application. There is a $5 application fee. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Contact the Governing Council at email@example.com with questions.
From left to right: Hannah Childs (MCG/Athens), Audrey Martinez (MCG/Athens), Ashley Wright (MCG/Athens), Salima Makhani (Mercer), Keely Larsen (MCG/Athens), Alyse Ragauskas (Mercer), Ashley McNeal (Mercer), and MAGImmediate Past President Frank McDonald, M.D. Not pictured: Annie Phung (GA-PCOM)