Medical Student Section
The MAG Medical Student Section (MSS) is the policy-making body for MAG's member medical students.
The MAG MSS is led by a governing council. One of its members serves as a voting member of MAG’s Board of Directors. The MAG MSS is also represented by three delegates and three alternate delegates at MAG’s House of Delegates meeting.
MAG MSS members can also serve on MAG committees and councils.
Any medical student who attends one of the five accredited medical schools in Georgia can join the MAG MSS for just $5 for four years.
Click here or contact Eboni Cross at 678.303.9262 or email@example.com to join the MAG MSS.
L.E.A.D.S. Medical Student Program (Lead, Engage, Advocate, Develop, Serve)
The MAG MSS developed the L.E.A.D.S. Program to help medical students in the state to become more active in organized medicine and advocacy. This program is designed to achieve this without creating additional financial burdens or distractions from their education or training.
L.E.A.D.S. Program participants learn skills and participate in experiences that prepare them to become advocates and leaders for the next generation of the medical profession while they also bolster their resumes, expand their peer and professional networks, and become better equipped to successfully transition into practice.
The L.E.A.D.S. Program is open to any MAG member medical student who attends an accredited medical school in Georgia. Click to complete the online L.E.A.D.S. Program application. There is a $5 application fee. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Contact the MAG MSS Governing Council at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
From the left are MAG MSS L.E.A.D.S. Program graduates 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 – joined by former MAG President Frank McDonald, M.D.