Resources for…

medical students, interns, residents, fellows, and other students and trainees in healthcare fields who are figuring out their career paths.

Medical school and residency are so busy that it often takes all your energy to just keep your head above water. Getting through your course materials or your patient list leaves you exhausted by the end of the day.

But it’s important to take some time to think about the big picture – your career, your professional goals, and all the places your medical training can take you.

Your career doesn’t need to be conventional. It’s okay to take the road less traveled. In fact, the road less traveled might result in:

  • Having more fulfilling career
  • Making greater impact 
  • Finding rewarding opportunities that you didn’t even realize existed
  • Reaching financial independence earlier

Here’s how Look for Zebras can help:

When possible, we include opportunities on the job board that are fitting for students and residents, including flexible contracting work and nonclinical fellowships.

As you get ready to start a “real” job, look into resources for developing a strong resume and persuasive cover letter.

The blog posts on this iste are all about helping you find fulfillment. See the suggestions below for articles that are of particular interest to students and doctors still in training.

Arm yourself with information to cultivate a fulfilling career.

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