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Resident & Fellow Section (RFS) Leadership Opportunities
The Resident & Fellow Section (RFS) is now accepting applications for committees. All applications are due July 16, 2018.
Become involved with the RFS at the highest level. Participating in an RFS committee is a great way to get involved! All committee leaders will have regular contact with the Vice Chair of the AMA-RFS Governing Council and will provide semi-annual reports to the GC and to the entire RFS.
Apply for a Resident Position on AMPAC
The RFS representative will serve a 2-year term on this 12 member committee. Applicants are reviewed by the RFS Governing Council and send nominations to the AMA Board of Trustees who appoint the position. The AMA created AMPAC in 1961 to strengthen the cause of organized medicine by making campaign contributions to medicine friendly candidates running for the U.S. House or Senate. AMPAC has expanded its focus to include maximizing political education and political participation of physicians and medical students, through the AMPAC Candidate's Workshop and AMPAC Campaign School.
Learn more about the RFS leadership structure and process.