Texas A&M Pre-Medical Society 

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 Twin City Missions, St. Joseph Manor, and MHMR. We also had several one-day volunteering opportunities throughout the semester such as the Walk to End Alzheimer's, and the Big Event. 



Our volunteering schedule for the Fall 2020 semester:



MONDAYS 




TUESDAYS



THURSDAYS           The Bridge Ministries: 2:45 pm-4:30 pm

                                  



SATURDAY              Brazo's Valley Food Bank:

                                  September 19th: 8:00am-10:00 am 

                                  October 31st: 10:00am-12:00pm





NOTE: The Red Cross COVID volunteering can be done any time during the week, it will be the members' responsibility to sign up for the day that is the most convenient for them. If you have any questions about volunteering, please contact our community service chair Alec Randolph at rand6543@tamu.edu or 281-520-0490.  Volunteering requirements, schedules, and details are below.


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!!!



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Google Doc Sign Ups







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The Bridge Ministries: 2:45pm-4:30pm

Red Cross COVID Volunteering (Days vary)

Volunteer!


Other Volunteering Opportunities

  • 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.​"