Jen, OMS II
2nd Year Medical Student
Wednesday, June 22, 2022
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Do you think that you are too old for medical school if you have passed the age of 22? Do you think medical school in your 30s is too old and medical schools won’t accept you?
Then you should come and meet Jen, OMSII who started medical school at the age of 50! Not only was she accepted, but she is thriving in student leadership and even received scholarships! Come and meet her, learn about how she leveraged her age and experience during the medical school process, and ask her any questions you may have.
About the Speaker:
Jen just completed her first year of medical school at the age of 51. A lifelong learner, she completed two master’s degrees in Education and Nutrition and worked in the field of autism research and advocacy before taking her premed requirements at local community colleges and turning her sights on a career as a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.).
When not in school, Jen divides her time between her family’s farm on the Washington coast and traveling the country with her husband and college-aged twin boys on the family’s converted school bus. After graduation, Jen hopes to work as both a physician and a University educator.
You can follow along with Jen’s story on Instagram and TikTok @the.road.to.doctor.jen
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Topic: Starting Medical School at 50 Years Young!
When: June 22, 2022 5:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)