Job Opportunity: Director of Medical Students for Life

The following job opportunity comes by way of a friend:

Students for Life of America – Director of Medical Students for Life

Description: The MedSFLA National Director will be responsible for working with pro-life students to start and grow Med Students for Life groups, organize events for Med Students for Life groups like the National MedSFLA Speaking Tour and Conference, and be the public face for pro-life medical students in America. Qualifications: four-year degree; must be willing to travel; familiarity with the medical field.  Primary Responsibilities: Identify and assist pro-life medical students to form their own independent campus organizations; work with existing medical students for life groups to increase the pro-life message on their campus; communicate and network with other pro-life medical organizations; assist with fundraising for Medical Students for Life; speak in front of large audiences at conferences, events, and banquets; develop new projects and initiatives to help pro-life medical students nationwide. For more information email:

5 thoughts on “Job Opportunity: Director of Medical Students for Life

  1. Some information regarding the”Director of Medical Students for Life” position was posted on my Covenant Alumni site. Because of my background experience and interest in the medical field, on pro-life issues, in education, and through faith, I have a great respect for pro-life issues which makes this position sound most intriguing. Having discussed these issues inside the medical community, I believe that many in the medical field may greatly benefit from information and training on pro-life issues. For these reasons, and many more, I would like to receive additional information regarding the position for the “Director of Medical Students for Life” that you are offering.

    Background Sharon Felts, RN, MAEM
    Cell # 314-504-3181
    Background: Mother/baby RN since 1988
    Masters degree in educational ministry (Covenant Theological Seminary) 2010
    Two masters response projects on ESCR while attending Covenant
    Training and experience in event planning
    Church pro-life team 2002-2010
    Taught mother-baby courses at pregnancy resource center
    Crisis Guidance Counseling Ministry
    Piano Teacher since 1995….

    • Dear Sharon,

      Thanks so much for your reply and interest in this area. Since I’m just passing this posting along for someone else, I suggest emailing the contact person mentioned in the post.


  2. Wanted to drop a comment and let you know your Feed is not working today. I tried including it to my Bing reader account but got absolutely nothing.

    • OK, I looked into the issue you mentioned and think this should work:

      1. Go to your My MSN page and click “add a new tab” (near top left of the page).
      2. A dialogue box will appear; click “add a tab with no content”.
      3. When the new tab appears, you’ll see a dialogue box where you can add the RSS URL.
      4. Enter my RSS URL, “”, and click “Go”.

      That should do it. I walked through it myself and was able to make it work. Let me know how it goes and thanks again for checking my blog out.

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