Professional Development and Career Support
MCiM offers an excellent pathway to enhance your career, pivot to new roles, and move into management and leadership positions across health care and health care-focused technology organizations.
Equipped with highly applicable business and technology competencies, you will be strongly positioned to advance your career in clinical medicine, health system leadership, healthcare consulting, bioinformatics, data analysis, and entrepreneurship.
MCiM's Mentorship Network
Beyond the connections MCiM students will make with our world renowned Stanford faculty, MCiM provides a coveted mentorship program for our students. Our 50+ MCiM mentors represent various fields of technology, medicine and business. From CMOs and VPs, to Founders and health consultants, our mentors provide students an immediate network and opportunity to learn about potential applications of their learnings.
Brought together specifically for our MCiM students, professional development opportunities with our mentors will be provided throughout the academic year. In addition, MCiM students can access mentors directly any time through a specialized online platform.
A Curriculum Built With Intention
Throughout the MCiM academic year our program leadership have intentionally incorporated career support and professional development opportunities. From bringing in panelists to discuss career exploration, to providing workshops focused on sharpening soft skills. Coupled with your MCiM courses, our students will enjoy a transformative learning experience that will provide them with the skills and knowledge to attain their professional aspirations.
An Amazing Partnership with BioSci Careers
As an MCiM student, you will have access to career counseling through Stanford School of Medicine’s BioSci Careers center. The center hosts seminars and classes that range from perfecting a LinkedIn profile to writing essays for medical school applications. In addition, BioSci Careers offers one-on-one counseling services to address specific career needs.
"Due to the accelerating pace of digital transformation in healthcare, a new generation of leaders are in high demand who have mastered core skillsets in business, technology and medicine."
Charles Eesley, PhD
Associate Professor and W.M. Keck Foundation Faculty Scholar of Management Science and Engineering, Stanford University