Hey everyone! As promised, we have a point opportunity for you all this coming weekend. Spots are limited for volunteers, and we will be helping ACORN Clinic setup for their Halloween Haunted Trail this Sunday, Oct 22nd from 8am-12pm. Setup is this Sunday and their event is Oct 27th! Sign up on the google doc here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1EOgAmzXRQJEL2kFKLepQhwh-rSESFUlokeT8RGZXqj4/edit#gid=0
As always, feel free to reach out via Facebook messenger or e-mail if you have any questions. Have a great Tuesday!
Hi everyone! We are so excited for this year’s Winter Break trip to Nicaragua! As you know, applications close this weekend, and due to technical difficulties we have extended the Nicaragua trip Application until tomorrow, October 15th at 11PM. Apply at www.ufgmt.com/Nicaragua 🙂 Enjoy your game day and Go Gators!!🔸🐊🔹🐊🔸🐊🔹
Our First GBM is TOMORROW at 7pm in Little Hall (room number TBA).
Point Opportunity: Helping victims of Hurricane Irma in South Florida. Bring 2 non perishable items to our meeting tomorrow for one point!
Also, keep applying for our winter break trip to Nicaragua! The application is now open and will close on October 14th at 5pm.
Hi Everyone! Our first GBM of the semester has been moved to next Thursday (9/21)! Location will be announced as soon as it is confirmed.
Also, our winter break trip this year will be to Nicaragua! Trip applications will be on our website by tomorrow. The application will be open until October 14th at 5pm.
NEW Point System:
This year we are implementing a new point system for members only. Points will be awarded for attendance at our general body meetings, volunteering, and service events that we will hold as a club. Depending on how many points you accumulate, you will be given preference for spots on our medical mission trips.
But, points will be supplemental to your application and do not guarantee you a spot.
FIRST POINT OPPORTUNITY: Bring 2 non perishable items to our meeting on 9/21 for a point!
See everyone at the meeting!
You can pick up your t-shirts AND cords from one of our executive board members on campus, Thursday, April 20th.
A VP of Internal Affairs will be at the HUB near the UFIC in a white GMT polo from 11am and 2pm. As always, feel free to message us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/ufgmt/) or e-mail us at email@example.com with any questions.
Have a great week, good luck on finals, and Go Gators!
FOOD DRIVE UPDATES:
Please continue to bring donations to GMT executive board members that benefit UF’s Field and Fork Pantry, in honor of Abby Dougherty. We are in Library West this week (you’ll see us with a yellow poster) accepting donations. Please reach out to us if you have trouble finding us across from Starbucks or on the 2nd floor. We are collecting donations until This Sunday, April 9th.
ARMY SUTURING CLINIC UPDATES:
We’re so excited to host the Army suturing clinic on April 12th at 6:30pm in CARR HALL room B20! Please RSVP and join us to suture some pigs’ feet.
Have a great rest of the week and Go Gators!
Hi all! Thanks so much for your patience. The date for our makeup Pig Suturing Cinic is April 12th, location pending. We’ll announce where as soon as we have the room booked 🙂
More information about the event can be found on the Facebook even page, linked below. Thanks and have a great week!
Taking the MCAT, DAT, GRE, or any other professional entrance exam and looking for a prep course to help you study? Well GMT is having a Kaplan course auction that you could win! The auction is held through our event page on Facebook and is currently open, but will close March 22nd at 11pm!
Here is the link to the event:
Applications for our summer trip to PANAMA (June 17th-June 24th) are now open! You can access the application by clicking on the “Apply to Panama Trip (Summer 2017)” under the “Register for Upcoming Trips” tab on our website menu, or by clicking here. The application will close EDIT: March 31st at 5PM.
Have a great rest of your week and Go Gators!!
UF Global Medical Training invites students to participate in an informative event about Army medicine and the opportunities one can receive in the Pre-health field followed by a suturing workshop were students have the opportunity to learn, hands on, how to suture. Lead by Captain Sanders and his team, you can practice suturing on pig’s feet and learn about the scholarships the Army has to offer! The event will be held in Carr Hall Room 120.
To participate, you can Venmo $5 to UFGMT to save a spot or pay $10 at the door! The Facebook page can be found here.
As always, please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions. Have a great week!