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OSR Administrative Board Elections

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Administrative Board

The OSR Administrative Board is comprised of 12 Primary Institutional OSR Representatives. The OSR Chair's position is a three-year commitment (Chair-Elect, Chair, Immediate Past Chair) to ensure continuity and long-range planning. The other members of the Ad Board include four regional chairs (elected at the spring meetings) and five national delegates. All of the positions on the Ad Board are time consuming and require a tremendous amount of dedication and hard work. These positions are opportunities to work with other leaders on a national level to address the concerns and issues of all medical students.

Chair-Elect

  • Please read the positions' responsibilities.

  • Interested candidates should check with their student affairs dean before running for national office to ensure their school’s support to participate and attend the 4 OSR Ad Board meetings.

  • You must be your school's primary representative by November 9, 2020 before you are eligible to run for office. If you are not, please fill out and submit a signed OSR representative certification form (PDF).

  • To run for office, each candidate must submit a headshot and candidate statement. In their candidate statement, candidates must include a list of the three most relevant experiences related to the position they are running for. Click here to download the candidate statement template.

  • Candidates must email a headshot and statement to osr@aamc.org by Friday, November 6, 2020.

  • Nominations will close at 11:59 pm (EST) on Friday, November 6, 2020.

  • Your student affairs dean must be aware of your candidacy and send OSR Staff, Monique Mauge (osr@aamc.org), an email of acknowledgement by Friday, November 6, 2020.
  • Anyone running for chair-elect is also able to run for the national delegate position if not elected. If you are running for chair-elect, please specify your desire to run for a delegate position if not elected in your submission email.

Five National Delegates

  • Please read the positions' responsibilities.

  • Interested candidates should check with their student affairs dean before running for national office to ensure their school’s support to participate and attend the 4 OSR Ad Board meetings.

  • To be eligible to serve as a National Delegate, you must be certified as your school's primary representative by the start of your term of office (end of November 2020). If you are not currently your school's primary representative, please fill out and submit a signed OSR representative certification form (PDF).

  • To run for office, each candidate must submit a headshot and candidate statement. In their candidate statement, candidates must include a list of the three most relevant experiences related to the position they are running for. Click here to download the candidate statement template.

  • Candidates must email a headshot and statement to osr@aamc.org by Friday, November 6, 2020.

  • Nominations will close at 11:59 pm (EST) on Friday, November 6, 2020.

  • Your student affairs dean must be aware of your candidacy and send OSR Staff, Monique Mauge (osr@aamc.org), an email of acknowledgement by Friday, November 6, 2020.

  • Individuals running for delegate positions will do so at-large (i.e., not for a specific delegate role such as Medical Education or Legislative Affairs). 

2020-2021 OSR Ad Board Meetings:

  • December 2020 (Virtual; Dates TBD)
  • June 2021 (Virtual; Dates TBD)
  • September 2021 (Dates TBD)

Funding for OSR Administrative Board meetings (travel, food, and accommodations) is provided by the AAMC. Your institution is responsible for providing funding to the Annual meeting and Spring Regional or National Meetings.

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