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Tracie Huynh

Tracie Huynh

Tracie Huynh

Hometown

Houston, Texas

Undergraduate

Houston Baptist University

Medical School

Texas Tech Health Science Center - El Paso

Most importantly, this program has helped me strive to achieve my goal of becoming a doctor by believing in me and supporting me academically, financially, and emotionally throughout this journey.

How has JAMP helped you strive to achieve your goal of becoming a doctor?

During internships, JAMP provided me with shadowing experiences, networking opportunities, and clinical skills and anatomy classes. To prepare for the MCAT, this program provided me with Kaplan courses, Kaplan review books, and practice tests. JAMP also provided me with resources to interview at medical schools throughout Texas. Most importantly, this program has helped me strive to achieve my goal of becoming a doctor by believing in me and supporting me academically, financially, and emotionally throughout this journey.

 

What advice would you like to offer current or future JAMP students?

To future JAMP students, my advice would be to believe in yourself and your aspirations. Apply to JAMP because this program will help bolster your interest in medicine, your passion for serving others, and will help guide you through this journey to medical school.  

To current JAMP students, my advice would be to fully immerse yourself in the plentiful opportunities and resources that is provided to you by this program. Meet new students, ask questions, learn from others, and carry this gratitude and knowledge with you as continue your journey to medical school.

 

What aspect of JAMP has been most beneficial to you?

The support system that JAMP fosters has been incredibly beneficial to me. During the summer internships, I connected with peers, medical student mentors, professors, and physicians that continually inspire me to pursue medicine. During the internships, the program coordinators guided me through the application and interview processes. While shadowing through JAMP, the physicians always encouraged me to ask questions and to learn from their own experiences. The most important aspect about this program is the strong network of support that has guided me to medical school and beyond.