What We Do Matters
Since 1876, the AAMC has offered services, products, and resources to help tomorrow’s doctors.
AAMC Learning Center
Hold your next Washington D.C., event at the AAMC Learning Center. Our staff will help you plan a memorable experience.
Careers at the AAMC
The AAMC’s strong sense of community and professionalism fosters an environment that supports the career and personal goals of its staff. The numbers speak for themselves—in just 10 years, our staff has more than doubled, many from referrals by current employees. Through development opportunities, employee support and activity groups, and other resources, employees can work in an environment where innovation and new ideas are encouraged.
The AAMC serves a vital purpose as the nation’s voice for America’s medical schools and teaching hospitals. These institutions play a crucial role in our nation’s health care by training the next generation of doctors, discovering new medical knowledge, and providing superior clinical care. The work of the AAMC and its employees supports our member institutions and constituents.
The AAMC represents all 147 accredited U.S. and 17 accredited Canadian medical schools; nearly 400 major teaching hospitals and health systems, including 51 Department of Veterans Affairs medical centers; and more than 80 academic societies.
What Do Staff Say About Working Here?
“My favorite thing about working at the AAMC has always been our healthy balance between work life and professional improvement....Managers are very encouraging of both.”
“The best thing is the people....We have representation from continents, languages, religions, orientations, everything. It’s amazing the kind of diversity we have. And the sense of community. AAMC people genuinely care about each other....I just love the people here.”
The AAMC is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. The AAMC is committed to the policy of an equal employment opportunity in recruitment, hiring, career advancement, and all other personnel practices. The AAMC will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, disability, veteran status, or sexual orientation.