Lander’s College for Women
Welcome to the Lander's College for Women chapter of PreMA!
We have compiled some location specific resources for prospective premedical students and current premedical students at LCW!
Study Resources on Campus
Peer-to-peer tutoring is available to any student in need of extra assistance in particular courses. The carefully selected tutors are knowledgeable in their specific subject areas and can help students better understand their course material.
Touro College Writing Center
The Writing Center is here to help you get your thoughts on paper. As a resource for all written assignments, we can help you with everything from brainstorming ideas to developing a thesis, structuring an argument, and revising a draft.
Pre-Health Clubs on Campus:
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Biomedical Ethics Club
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Created by medical student, Eliana Fine, JOWMA is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting, empowering, and advancing the careers of Jewish female physicians. This organization offers a one on one mentorship program for Jewish female premeds.
Volunteering is super important for your application! Below are just some of our students' favorite volunteer opportunities that are guaranteed to make your application stand out!
Popular Volunteer Opportunities by Campus
1000 Tenth Avenue, New York, NY 10019
As a volunteer, you provide your time, passion, talents, and dedication throughout our hospital and offer an extra dimension of care to our patients, their families, and other visitors. Our volunteers are an integral part of the hospital team!
263 West 86th Street, New York, NY 10024
The West Side Campaign Against Hunger has more than 35 years of history and was the first organization to create a supermarket-style food pantry in which customers could pick foods according to their preference. The campaign’s objective is to create access to healthy food for people of all backgrounds and to help those who find themselves having to choose between food or shelter.
171 W 85th Street, New York, NY 10024
Dorot is a non-profit organization that is in charge of providing senior citizens with housing, food, and opportunities for education and personal development. Their excellent programs help serve more than 10,000 seniors who live on the Upper West Side. The organization’s main goal is to foster a beneficial relationship across members of different generations to build a better and more integrated society.
Popular Volunteering Among Students
Yachad, the national Jewish council for people with disabilities, is a national organization that addresses the needs of Jews who have disabilities, and makes possible their integration into Jewish life.
NCSY Connects with Jewish teens through innovative, cutting-edge social and recreational programs to develop a positive Jewish identity. Our students often volunteer to become NCSY advisors and mentor the next generation of Jewish teens!
Crisis Text Line is the free, 24/7 text line for people in crisis in the United States. The service is powered by volunteer Crisis Counselors who work remotely—anywhere with a computer and secure internet connection works.
The UWS is an amazing location to live in! Here are some great study spots and leisure activities to enjoy in the area! Feel free to explore and find your new favorite spot.
Free Yoga studio with daily classes on the Upper West Side! This is great way to reduce and manage stress and a great way to stay active!
Juilliard presents more than 700 dance, drama, and music events annually; many are free!
Grab your student ID and discover the largest performing arts center in the world. Experience world-class music, theater, dance, opera, and film.
Break from the mundane and enjoy paint nights!
(Groupons available for UWS location)
$10 student tickets in the Parquet level are available for purchase for every Carnegie Hall presentation in Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage!