Who We Are

At Osmosis, we believe that everyone who cares for someone can learn by Osmosis. Our global team's mission is to empower clinicians and caregivers with the best learning experience possible, increase healthcare capacity, and ultimately improve patient outcomes. In 2021, we partnered with Elsevier - the world’s leading publisher and health information company. Together, we’ve translated our content into more languages and expanded our international reach all while continuing to create up-to-date content that supports today’s healthcare learners through their educational journey. We are excited to keep working towards our goal of educating a billion people by 2025 and creating a more caring world by developing the most caring people!

What You’ll Do

As an Osmosis Medical Education Fellow (OMEF), you will serve as a key member of the Osmosis team and a leader on your campus! Over the course of an academic year (from August 2023 to April 2024), you’ll lead events at your school, publish blogs and social media content, connect with healthcare students around the globe, and improve medical education through feedback, hackathons, and your own creative innovation! You’ll help advance our mission of empowering clinicians and caregivers around the world and spread the Osmosis values to help create a more caring world!

Who You Are

    • Current health professional student [MD, DO, MBBS, DDS, PharmD, NP, PA, etc] with a strong academic standing
    • Current or former Osmosis Prime subscriber with at least 3 months of usage
    • Passionate and creative leader who imagines more to improve medical education and healthcare outcomes
    • Lifelong learner who reaches further and wants to develop professionally
    • Mission and values-aligned teammate who can build and foster relationships with Osmosis teammates and a global medical community
    • Proactive and solutions-oriented teammate who has a bias towards action and solving problems collaboratively.

Role Responsibilities /What You’ll Do:

  • Meet Monthly - Join our fun, engaging, one-hour meetings each month to participate in curated professional development sessions with top healthcare leaders, hear exclusive updates about Osmosis, and connect with students around the globe.
  • Provide feedback - Have your voice heard and share important feedback on Osmosis and Elsevier products in our monthly surveys and optional focus groups.
  • Host events or workshops at your school - With the guidance of our team, you will lead one (or more) event or workshop each semester. You can get creative and host Panel Discussions, Trivia Nights, Study Sessions, Wellness events, and more!
  • Share helpful resources with classmates, faculty, and schools - Have your colleagues’ backs by sharing medical education resources from Osmosis!
  • Connect with some of the brightest minds in Education:  Connect and collaborate with healthcare students, leaders, and mentors within our community.
  • Go viral on the Osmosis blog and social media - Brush up on your creative skills by publishing content on our blog and social pages!
  • Innovate - Share new ideas in our Hackathon and special projects to help us improve medical education!

Benefits & Perks / What You’ll Receive

  • Earn FREE access for up to 6 months of Osmosis Prime (valued at $179 USD)
  • Get paid up to $299 USD per semester for completing program requirements
  • Build your resume by being part of this exclusive leadership program. Receive a certificate of completion for completing requirements and even a letter of recommendation for outstanding performance. After the program you may have opportunities to grow into leadership roles within the program or other roles at Osmosis.
  • Get access to exclusive resources and Osmosis Staff - Work on special projects directly with the Osmosis team and enjoy direct access to mentors in our network.
  • Have your voice heard and influence the direction of Osmosis health education offerings by sharing your feedback and experience regularly.
  • Be a leader among your classmates. Help your classmates succeed by sharing resources, hosting events, and publishing relevant content about your experience.
  • Broaden your network and form connections with Thought Leaders in Health Education, as well as with fellow students at different programs around the globe!
  • Publish articles and content - Osmosis has a large audience of health professional students who are eager to hear your stories, tips, and advice. Build your personal brand through social media posts, blog articles, webinars, and more! 

To apply, please submit the following:

    • Resume
    • Average GPA for the last academic year
    • Amount of hours you can to commit to the program each month
    • Why you’d like to join the program
    • Video Testimonial of 2 minutes or less answering the following questions:
      • Who you are (Name, School, Location, Year, and Degree)
      • Why you use Osmosis
      • What you hope to accomplish in your medical career
    • Your unique referral code at Osmosis (www.osmosis.org/referral
      • Preferred: Screenshot of at least 5 referrals you’ve shared with your network

One of our values is to “Open Your Arms”. In line with this, if you have any specific needs that may require a different method for application submission, please reach out to us at careers@osmosis.org.

Osmosis is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or other status protected by law.

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