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Future Doctors of America Club

alvinvalvinv 0 replies1 threads New Member
Hello,
I am a student at a high school who is interested in creating an organization for doctors and physicians at my school. I was hoping to find some useful insight as to how to create such a club and the requirements and an overview of how its created. If anyone can further assist me in gaining knowledge about starting such a club it would be very helpful. Thank you
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  • WayOutWestMomWayOutWestMom 10899 replies232 threads Senior Member
    1) Have you contacted any national organization for information and assistance with organizing your club?

    There is both HOSA (Future Healthcare Professionals)
    http://www.hosa.org
    And FDO (Future Doctors Organization)
    http://www.futuredoctorsorg.com

    2) Do you have a faculty member to supervise and advise you club lined up? That would be the first step since at most high schools. all student organization must have faculty sponsor

    If you do a search of this site, you will find several threads about starting a future doctors' club and the typical activities the groups get involved with.
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