Midlevels for the Medically Underserved
If you haven't had a chance to review the Midlevels for the Medically Underserved (MMU) Overview Packet, please download one here.
In the MMU Overview Packet, you will find details about the following:
If you have any additional questions as you consider participation in Midlevels for the Medically Underserved, don't hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
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How to Apply
Thank you for considering Midlevels for the Medically Underserved and look forward to reviewing your application!
We will have two MMU classes in 2019. One class will kick off in April, the other in September.
MidlevelU will begin reviewing applications for admission to its 2019 classes on September 31st, 2018 after which admissions are on a rolling basis. There is no strict deadline; however, admission is competitive and there are a limited number of spots available in the MMU program. Applications received by the following dates have a higher probability of being selected:
April 2018 Start: Early Application Deadline - November 30, 2018
September 2018 Start: Early Application Deadline - May 31, 2019
The following items are required to complete the application process:
Midlevels for the Medically Underserved
2817 West End Ave #126 - 402
Nashville, TN 37203
Electronic transcripts, application materials and/or recommendation forms should be emailed to email@example.com. Email/electronic submission of materials is strongly encouraged. Do not wait to submit your online application until all supporting documents are obtained.
MMU Application Guidelines
We are excited to receive your application! To increase your chances of acceptance to the program, please keep the following in mind.
What a qualified applicant looks like
We look at these three primary qualifications in MMU applicants.
Each of the following application materials must be completed to move on to the next step in the application process, the phone interview. Each of these application materials are also taken in to consideration when making acceptance decisions. Please take your time and review your application materials before submitting to better your chance of moving on to a phone interview and being accepted to the program.
All application materials aside from your online application should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online Application Form
Each applicant must complete the online application form (below). The more information you share with us, the easier it is for us to match you with your ideal location.
Your resume will be used in the MMU matching process. We highly recommend modeling your resume after this sample to get your first impression with sites off to a good start. You can download the sample resume here.
A professional looking resume not only lets us know you are serious about applying,
it also lets your potential sites know you are serious about your career.
MMU requires two recommendations. These must be completed by one professional and one academic reference or two professional references. Choose wisely as we take the recommendations heavily into consideration as we make acceptance decisions.
We need official graduate program transcripts. Haven’t graduated? No problem, send us your unofficial transcripts for now and we can get your official copy after you graduate.
This is an opportunity to communicate to MidlevelU your qualifications, interest and motivation for applying to the Midlevels for the Medically Underserved program. Each question should be answered honestly and completely. We do take grammar and content in to consideration when making acceptance decisions, so take your time. Please download the personal statement questions here and submit your written responses to email@example.com.
We want to make sure you will represent yourself well in the employment setting. We pay close attention to your resume, references and phone interview.
2. Academic Achievement
We look at your GPA and essays. We don't have a strict GPA cutoff but qualified applicants have a strong record of academic success.
3. Career plan/goals
We want to make sure that your career goals align with the program. This means that you’re interested in primary care, at least as a start to your NP career. We also want to know that you'll be a good fit for working with underserved patients.
***Please send us your resume in PDF format***
Matching / Professional Interests