Pre-Health Experiences & Opportunities

Clinical Experiences

Stonehill students gain clinical experience in a wide variety of ways. These opportunities can be local, in Boston and Providence, or even near a student’s hometown during the summer. Many volunteer in hospitals, clinics and private practices, and some have become EMTs.

Recent examples include:

  • Boston Children’s Hospital
  • Good Samaritan Medical Center
  • Mt. Sinai Rehabilitation Hospital
  • New England Animal Medical Center
  • Local private practices of various fields

Other recent placements:

  • Randolph Animal Hospital
  • Optum Healthcare
  • Fulcrum Athletics
  • Let’s Talk Speech & Language Therapy Services
  • Journey Forward rehabilitation services
  • Bay State Physical Therapy
  • Massachusetts Hospital School occupational therapy

Student Clubs

  • Biology/Pre-Med Society
  • Animal Science Club
  • Pre-Dental Society

Career Services Resources for Students

The Office of Career Services offers extensive assistance to students seeking employment, pursuing advanced studies or participating in postgraduate service opportunities. By participating in clinical experiences and utilizing mentors, students are empowered to build life-long career management skills.

Pre-Health Professions-specific career resources:

  • One-on-one counseling with the primary pre-health professions advisor
  • Clinical experience strategizing (volunteering vs. other types of experiences)
  • Application timeline guidance 
  • Resume, personal statement and application review
  • Mock interviews
  • Entrance exam preparation strategy
  • Additional course selection advising (in conjunction with students’ academic faculty advisors)
  • 114 career mentors assisting students with information interviews and networking as well as job-shadow and internship opportunities

Learn more about the resources Stonehill provides for students intending to apply to health professions schools.


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