Texas A&M Pre-Medical Society 

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Volunteering is a crucial part to ensuring your matriculation into medical school. The Pre-Med Society offers many volunteering outlets that are both long and short-term to help boost your application! This past semester we volunteered at Phoebe's Home from 4:00-6:00 pm every Wednesday. On Thursdays and Fridays, we volunteered at St. Joseph Manor from 2:30-4:30 pm. We also had several one-day volunteering opportunities throughout the semester such as the Walk to End Alzheimer's, participating in BUILD, and the Big Event.

This semester, we will continue to volunteer at Phoebe's Home on Wednesdays from 4:00pm-6:00pm, at St. Joseph's Manor on Thursdays and Fridays from 2:30pm-4:30pm, and at MHMR of Brazos Valley on Wednesdays-Fridays anytime from 9-2. The locations for each day may change, so be on the lookout for any new announcements!

 

If you have any questions about volunteering, please contact our community service chair Niara McDonald at nem2015@tamu.edu

 


To volunteer you must:

  • Be a member
  • Wear your Pre-Med t-shirt
  • Wear closed-toe shoes
  • Wear long pants (St. Joseph Manor)
  • Be excited to give back to our community!!!
  • Sign up on the google doc 24 hours prior to volunteering (bottom of page)

  • Phoebe's Home: To volunteer you must have attended an orientation. Orientations are offered at the beginning of each semester.

    • Fall Orientation Dates: September 20th, 21st, and 28th.

  • St. Joseph's Manor: To volunteer at St. Joseph Manor, you must fill out the required paperwork from the link given below. A flu shot and TB test are also both required. You can bring verification of these to your first day of volunteering.
  • MHMR: To volunteer you must fill out the application attached at the bottom of this page and email it or turn it in to our community service chair, Niara. You can volunteer for points Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 9:00-2:00. You must wait until your background check clears in order to volunteer. 

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Directions


Phoebe's Home:

 

2505 S College Ave, Bryan, TX 77801


Directions from campus:

1. Turn onto College Ave off of University Dr

2. Continue on College Ave for 2 miles

3. Turn right onto Waverly Dr

4. The building will be on your right


St. Joseph Manor:

2345 Manor Drive, Bryan, TX 77802-1908
Phone: (979) 821-7390

Directions from campus:

1. Head northeast
2. Turn right onto Olsen Blvd
3. Take the 1st left to stay on Olsen Blvd
4. Take the 1st right onto Old Main Dr
5. Turn left onto Farm to Market Rd 2154/Wellborn Rd
    Continue to follow Wellborn Rd
6. Turn right onto W Villa Maria Rd
7. Turn left onto E Villa Maria Rd
8. Turn left onto E 29th St
 

MHMR Authority of Brazos Valley:

 

623 Mary Lake Building C, Bryan, TX 77803

Phone: (979) 822-6467

 

Directions from campus:

1. Take Texas Ave S for 2 miles

2. Turn left onto Mary Lake Dr

3. Building is on the left

Other Volunteering Opportunities


  • Habitat for Humanity
    • Aggie Habitat focuses on building homes, fundraising to sponsor a family's home, advocating for affordable housing, and educating the Texas A&M campus and community Habitat for Humanity's mission. We work to offer families who live in substandard housing the opportunity to own a home. After a family is selected, they must complete at least 500 hours of 'sweat-equity' by volunteering through Habitat for Humanity. Then, they are sold a simple, affordable home with a 30-year no-interest loan for essentially the cost of the materials. This model allows us to give these families a hand up rather than a hand out.  The homes are built using volunteer labor (that means you, yes you!) 
    • Look out for an email regarding more information! ​
  • The Big Event
    • Since its introduction in 1982, The Big Event has become the largest, one-day, student-run service project in the nation. Each spring, tens of thousands of Texas A&M students come together to say "Thank You" to the residents of Bryan and College Station. For the past 33 years, Aggie students have participated in this annual event to show their appreciation to the surrounding community, completing service projects such as yard work, window washing, and painting for residents of the community. Although The Big Event has become the largest one-day, student-run service project in the nation, our message and our mission remains the same – to simply say “Thank You.
    • Look out for an email about how to join our team!

St. Joseph Documentation

MHMR Documentation

Volunteer!