D1 Basketball Player
Saturday, June 4, 2022
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Are you worried about not having enough time? Are you overwhelmed with your schedule? Do you think being a college student and athlete is impossible? Do you want to learn steps to take to manage your time for both athletes and non-athletes to be successful and accomplish your goals, job, and extracurricular activities at the same time in maintaining leadership in PreMedCC and maintaining a high GPA and honor roll?
Then come and meet Trinity who is a D1 Basketball Player who is also a premed student and manages to be a top academic and honor student.
Come and learn the steps she takes to manage her busy schedule, study for the MCAT, and maintain a 4.0 GPA.
About the Speaker:
Trinity Papamandjaris has been balancing her love of athletics and academics since she was just 6 years old. When she finally settled on medicine as her career path, she knew that she would have to balance her sport with school as well as extracurricular activities that would help her gain experience in the medical field. She had to learn how to balance a full class schedule, upwards of 20 hours per week of athletics, an additional 10 hours per week of volunteering as well as recently studying for the MCAT. Her time-management skills have allowed her to continue to do all the things she enjoys without sacrificing her success in the classroom and on the court.
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Topic: Time Management for Busy PreMed Students
When: June 4, 2022 11:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)