Student Academic/Program Requirements at Site
Community Service Project
The student will do a Community Service Project as a way to better understand and give back to the community. This project is not part of the Family Medicine Clerkship or Family Medicine Elective course and will not be given separate credit or a grade, but it is required in order to receive a passing grade in the WRITE Program.
The student is required to submit for approval a brief write-up describing the project plan and process by the end of February to their physician site coordinator and to their WWAMI Regional Dean. Please answer the following questions when drafting the description:
- What will be done?
- How much time will be put into the project and what is the time frame?
- What are the goals and objectives of the project?
The student will do the project and submit monthly up-dates to their physician site coordinator and their WWAMI Regional Dean.
The student is required to do a final summary write-up by the end of their experience and submit it to their physician site coordinator, their WWAMI Regional Dean, and the WRITE Co-Chair’s Office in Whitefish, MT.
Examples of Community Service Projects and ideas for future projects will be sent to you from the WRITE Co-Chair’s office or you can check with your WWAMI Regional Office or WRITE Site preceptor. At the end of the WRITE experience, the preceptor will mark on the Preceptor Summary Form the title of the project and that it was satisfactorily completed.