Mario R. Navarro, MHS, PA-C
Wednesday, February 21, 2024
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Unlock the secrets to crafting a compelling personal statement that stands out in the PA school application process with “PA School Personal Statement – How to Write YOUR Story and Get Accepted.” Led by Mario R. Navarro, MHS, PA-C, a seasoned Physician Assistant and mentor, this workshop is designed specifically for community college and university pre-med students poised to make their mark. Dive deep into the art of storytelling, where Mario will guide you through the process of reflecting on your unique journey, identifying your strongest motivators, and articulating your passion for the PA profession. Learn how to weave your experiences, challenges, and aspirations into a narrative that captures the essence of your individuality and demonstrates your readiness for PA school. This interactive session promises to equip you with the tools and confidence to pen a personal statement that not only reflects your true self but also captures the attention of admissions committees. Don’t miss this opportunity to transform your application into a compelling testament to your future in healthcare.
About the Speaker:
Mario Raul Navarro Jr. is a graduate physician assistant program at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis. He completed his undergraduate degree in psychobiology at UCLA in 2018. He is a first-generation Mexican American and the son of immigrants from the state of Sinaloa and Jalisco. He is passionate about helping underrepresented minority students interested in pursuing the PA profession and looks forward to answering all of your questions!
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When: Wednesday, Feb 21, 7:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)