SOM Student Mentor Application

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RowanSOM D.O.C.S. Mentors Program

Dear RowanSOM Student,
The Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine (RowanSOM) is proud to offer the Student Mentor program, SOM D.OC.S., and invite all students to participate. The program pairs interested students with mentors who share their interests. The “matching” is a key component of the program-based on important student-selected preferences, including medical specialty, location, experience and more.
Participation requires a commitment from both the student and the mentor to reach out to one another and keep in touch through face-to-face meetings, phone or e-mail. The goal of this student enrichment program is to provide you with the guidance necessary to successfully navigate medical school and become a competent physician. Some great opportunities to meet with your mentor include (but are not limited to) attending RowanSOM networking events,  getting together for coffee or lunch, attending a medical society or professional dinner, AROC, or a local sporting event.
The registration form requests the information needed to complete the match. Information collected from interested mentors and students will be entered into a database. Once a match is made with a mentor whose interests match yours, you’ll be notified by e-mail about your mentor and how to contact them. Follow-up communications from the Office of Student Affairs and Alumni Engagement will keep you posted about opportunities at the school where you can meet up with your mentor.
Mentors are recruited from among our alumni, faculty, volunteer faculty and members of the New Jersey Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons.  To sign-up for this program, simply complete the survey registration.  Should you have any questions, please call Dean Micciche, Director for Student Affairs and Alumni Engagement, at 856-566-6740.
I encourage you to sign-up for this important student professional development program.


Kathryn C. Lambert, D.O.                                         
Assistant Dean for Student Affairs                           

Dean Micciche, MPA
Director for Student Affairs & Alumni Engagement

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