How do I pay dues?
If you would like to pay online, you can do so through PayPal (email@example.com). Make sure to include your name, GTID, and Georgia Tech email address in the comment field. Set the category of the payment as “send money to friends and family”. Note: we are no longer accepting payments through Venmo.
You can also pay in-person at any of our general meetings via cash or check. Checks can be made out to Georgia Tech AMSA. If you cannot attend a general meeting and would still like to pay in person, feel free to contact us and arrange a time to meet with a board member to submit your payment.
How much are dues?
First year in AMSA – $90 (includes $75 national dues + $15 local dues)
Second year in AMSA – $10
Third year in AMSA – $5
Fourth year in AMSA – Free
What is the deadline for dues payments?
For the 2019-2020 academic year, dues payments are due on October 15th.
How often must I pay dues in order to remain a member?
Dues are paid annually at the start of every fall semester.
What perks do I get as a member of AMSA?
The national AMSA website has a comprehensive list of membership perks including discounts on test prep, travel, and financial services. Check it out here.
When are your general meetings?
Our meetings are held on the first Tuesday of every month in Klaus 2443. We do not hold meetings during the summer semester or in the last month of each fall and spring semester.
How can I receive text alerts from AMSA?
You can sign up for AMSA text alerts by texting GTAMSA to 84483. If you no longer wish to receive these alerts, reply STOP.
How can I get involved in AMSA’s leadership?
Applications for executive board positions are emailed out to our members every spring (late March or early April). Committee chair applications for the advocacy and fundraising committees are made available at the start of every fall semester. Every spring, the executive board elects a new president and executive vice president. All of our leadership positions are one-year terms that correspond with the Georgia Tech’s academic year.
What clinical volunteering/shadowing opportunities are available through AMSA?
AMSA doesn’t necessarily have a formal relationship with any shadowing or volunteering programs, but a couple of our events can help navigate this process. During Networking Night, we will be hosting physicians for a dinner with our members. This is a great time to ask professionals about shadowing and volunteering. Among AMSA’s seminar series, AMSA plans to have a seminar focused on shadowing/volunteering. Other organizations such as Stamps Health Ambassadors and Student Hospital Connections, are also great on-campus clubs that offer shadowing and volunteering opportunities to their members.
Partnerships & Advertising
I am a member of an outside organization looking to get in contact with your members. How can I do so?
If you represent a for-profit entity, reach out to our VP of Finance, Minita Singh, to discuss partnering with our organization. For nonprofits, contact our president, Sai Nakirikanti. If you are an existing partner with Georgia Tech AMSA, you may reach out to our VP of Communications, Holt Roberts, directly. Make sure to use the contact us page to ensure your message reaches the proper recipient.