Earn money for your FMIG by becoming a Student Membership Coordinator.
This is your complete resource for organizing and maintaining Family Medicine Interest Group activities on your campus. You will find useful information that addresses practices established by effective Family Medicine Interest Groups, including how to get organized, showcasing family medicine, funding, community service programming, leadership recruitment and member retention, to name a few.
Download the FMIG Manual(31 page PDF) or view the different sections below.
Learn what to consider before you start an FMIG at your school.
Learn about different leadership structures, recruiting leaders, and FMIG goals and mission statements.
Learn about funding opportunities that can help pay for FMIG programming.
Get programming ideas for your FMIG including lectures, clinical skills, social programs, and community service.
Get ideas for communicating with students, including newsletters, social media efforts, and more.
Learn about how to collaborate with other student groups, including SNMA and AMSA, to promote interest in family medicine.
The AAFP has created a customizable logo for your FMIG to use for creating posters, banners, t-shirts, and more.
See a list of downloadable brochures and handouts you can use to promote your FMIG.
View meetings for students from the AAFP and other organizations.
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