Apply to be the ACOG District IV Medical Student Representative to the District IV Junior Fellow Legislative Chair!
- Be a Junior Fellow within the District
- Have an active ACOG membership
- Remain in District IV for the entirety of the one-year term
Selection and Term
By the July 1st deadline, applicants should submit the following to the District IV Program Manager, Michelle Morse at email@example.com.
- Curriculum vitae
- One-page letter of intent outlining experience and goals
The selected Junior Fellow will be notified by August 31st. They will serve a one-year term beginning at the upcoming District IV Annual District Meeting (typically September or October) which the Junior Fellow must attend
- Coordinate District legislative activities pertinent to the practice of obstetrics and gynecology and Junior Fellows (e.g. health care reform, graduate medical education funding, expedited partner therapy, etc.)
- Prepare a biannual report of state legislative activities for the JF District Advisory Council
- Help establish, organize, and/or attend their Section/State’s Legislative Day
- Act as a resource for Sections that may want to create a Legislative Day
- Act as a resource for Junior Fellows advocating for various issues (e.g. social media, service projects, letters to representatives)
- Participate in and lead the District Advocacy Workgroup
- Attend the Junior Fellow Advisory Council Meeting (Virtual Meeting, October 2020), State Legislative Roundtable (typically October), and Congressional Leadership Conference (February 21-23, 2021). Travel, room, and board will be covered for all these mandatory meetings