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The Michigan Chapter of the American College of Cardiology aims to provide opportunities for professional growth for cardiovascular professionals at all levels. Accordingly, starting on February 1, 2023, the Michigan Chapter of the American College of Cardiology will open applications for mentorship for medical students, residents, fellows and CV team members to be paired with more seasoned cardiologists and CV team members in an effort to build stronger pipelines into the cardiovascular profession.

The ACC MI Mentorship program will assist in building strong, trusting relationships that motivate and guide medical students and residents toward and career in cardiology, help cardiology FIT and early career CV team members to further their professional development in cardiology, get career guidance on how to balance professional and personal goals and get involved in clinical and research opportunities.

There are twenty five (25) mentee spots available in the first year. 

Application Deadline: March 15, 2023 

Each mentee and mentor will be matched depending on their specific needs or expertise.

  • Mentees Mentorship has the power to accelerate our career progression, self-development and overall confidence. Being a mentee has innumerable positive impacts, which include: career development; enhancing job performance; learning from other's experiences; and so many more.
  • Mentors gain a lot as well and the benefits go far beyond the rewarding feeling of 'giving back.' There is a huge range of personal development benefits that mentors gain from the experience, which include: leadership skill development; learning from and through someone else; the art of delivering feedback; and increased self-confidence.
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 Click on the link above to apply to become a mentee Click on the link above to register as a mentor
Expected start of the program is June, 2023*
Directors of the ACCMI Mentorship Program
Dr. Chadi Alraies
Dr. Karthik Ananth
Dr. Chadi Alraies, MD, MPH, FACC             
Dr. Karthikeyan Ananthasubramaniam, MD, FACC
 * Expected start date is dependent on match status and other factors.
The mentorship relationship is primarily for professional growth. Personal views of mentors are not representations of or official positions of the Chapter.