Junior at a Top 20 undergraduate institution
- Majoring in Medicine, Health, and Society
- 4.00 GPA (67 credit hours), member of the honors program
2009 Summer Medical and Dental Education Program (University of Virginia)
Production Assistant for World AIDS Day (2009)
Hospital volunteering - 80 hours
Laboratory technician in a surgical oncology laboratory - 150 hours
Pool monitor for three summers - 30-40 hours per week
Summer internship at a local film festival
As you can probably guess, I have spent much of my time during college as a premedical student, but I am changing courses. I understand that I need to get an introduction to the legal profession. What is the best way for me to do so? Should I look for some part-time work as a legal assistant or spend time trying to find a worthwhile internship this summer?
I am considering undertaking an honors thesis next semester. The subject would likely pertain to case law and public health, but I'm unsure about the specifics.
Any advice? I am genuinely curious about holes/areas of improvement in my resume.