The MMI is a unique interview format, sometimes referred to as a “speed-dating” interview, which requires students to rotate among several stations where they respond to a different prompt for 5–10 minutes. This style places heavy emphasis on evaluating candidates’ interpersonal skills, professionalism and ethical or moral judgment. The MMI format has become increasingly popular with professional healthcare programs over the past several years.
The success of this annual event is highly dependent on faculty and staff volunteer participation. The Career Center is in need of volunteers who can interview students during a one-hour time block Thursday, Sept. 14, between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
An interviewer will see five students during a one-hour block and ask questions from predetermined prompts. Interviewers will be given their prompts, suggested follow-up questions, and evaluation sheets prior to the session.
To learn more or sign up for a volunteer time block, email Alexis Catanzarite, associate director of healthcare careers, at firstname.lastname@example.org.