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  • "The internships were the most beneficial part of being involved with JAMP. The time spent at the medical centers taught me that I would actually be able to cope with the rigors of medical school. Another great aspect was the networking with medical schools and other students. Getting to know others and hearing their stories was very humbling. You quickly realize, there is someone with a much harder row to hoe than you"

    — Darvy Mann,
    JAMP Medical School Graduate

    The Friends of JAMP Foundation

    Purpose

    The Friends of JAMP Foundation was founded to support the efforts of the Joint Admission Medical Program and the highly qualified, economically disadvantaged students JAMP was established to serve. The mission of the Friends of JAMP is to generate additional funds to expand and enhance the efforts of JAMP, and to serve as a catalyst for increasing numbers of disadvantaged students to pursue careers in medicine, teaching or related professions serving Texas citizens.

    Board of Directors

    Carol McDonald Independent College and Universities of Texas
    Kenneth Shine, MD Executive Vice Chancellor, The University of Texas System
    Nancy Dickey, MD Vice Chancellor, The Texas A&M System
    Martin Basaldua, MD Optimal Health and Wellness Center, Kingwood, Texas
    Barbara Hawkins Texas Association of Developing Colleges

    JAMP Administration

    Scott Wright, Ed. D. Director, Joint Admission Medical Program

    Ways to Give

    Please contact the Joint Admission Medical Program Administration to discuss opportunities to support future physicians of Texas.

    Joint Admission Medical Program
    P.O. Box 2175
    Austin, Texas 78768

    512-499-4352