The MD Student “Phonathon” on two consecutive Sundays – September 8 and 15 – will connect alumni in Hawai’i and across the nation with second-year medical students at the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM).
Over two days, 40 student volunteers–nearly two-thirds of the medical student second year (MS-2) class–will call more than 900 alumni to give an update on JABSOM news, events and accomplishments; update contact information; and give you an opportunity to make a gift or pledge to support the JABSOM program that’s most important to you. (You may even catch up on the late August travels of MS-2’s Brandyn Dunn and Mark Mayeda, shown above. They’re throwing you a shaka-inspired “call me” sign, from the streets of Chefchaouen, Morocco.)
During the calls students have the opportunity to talk directly with practicing physicians about their specialties, residency programs, and hospital affiliations. They also would love to hear your favorite JABSOM memories.
Our student callers’ enthusiasm expresses the gratitude of all the other JABSOM medical students who experience the difference your generosity makes. Mahalo for taking the call. Our students are looking forward to speaking with you.
If you haven’t received a call from JABSOM in a while, please send us your phone number. You can also update your contact information by calling 808-692-0991, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or by following this link to the Alumni Profile Update Form.