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Could name a room in the Clinical Learning and Simulation Skills Center.
Could provide a partial tuition scholarship.
Could provide a first-year student with an iPad.
Could send a student to a professional conference.
Could buy a white coat for a PA/PT.

Your Gifts Impact

  • "It means a lot to me to be a first-generation college student. [My father] instilled in me the value of hard work and the importance of education. Receiving a scholarship has defined my journey through medical school. It’s guided me in choosing what I want to do in the future and the type of doctor I aspire to be for my patients," explains Diana Lee, MD class of 2018.

  • Marcus Mitchell, SMHS ’17
    Marcus Mitchell, SMHS ’17
    Doctor of Medicine Candidate, Power & Promise Scholarship Recipient

    Marcus Mitchell, clad in green scrubs and his GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences white coat, has only a short break after finishing his rounds at GW Hospital to talk about the meandering path he’s taken in medicine. The D.C. native and fourth-year M.D. student initially planned on pursuing emergency medicine, but “although I have so much respect for the field, I quickly found out that it wasn’t for me,” he says, laughing. “Had you told me I’d be applying to anesthesiology last year, I probably wouldn’t have believed you. It’s something that just kind of developed.”

  • “There’s a lot of uncertainty and anxiety about being a health care student. There is very low tolerance for mistakes, there’s high expectations, and it felt like someone really stepped up and made a vote of confidence in me that I received that scholarship. I actually thought about that quite a bit while I was in the program,” explains Johnathan Fisk, a physician assistant student graduating this May. 

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