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The 2010-2011 IMIG recruitment period closed at the end of
December, with 42 schools reaching the 30% participation goal for
Student Membership. The 135 medicals schools with an ACP sponsored
IMIG program recruited a total of 2,873 new student membersand an
additional 1,713 student members were recruited at schools without
an IMIG program.
Each IMIG will be receiving additional sponsorship funds from
ACP based on their individual recruitment efforts. Those schools
with over 30% Student Membership receive $2 per Student Member, and
those less than 30% receive $1 per Student Member for a maximum of
$1000 in sponsorship, including the initial $200 sponsorship each
group received in the fall.
Congratulations to our top five recruiters!
Thank you to all of our partipating schools and student
To learn more about the importance of IMIG participation and
selecting a career in internal medicine check out a
recent study by the AAMC.
February 2011 Issue of IMpact
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