What: Imagine the life of a medical student, juggling countless hours of studying and grueling exams while trying to meet the requirements of clinic and showing up to rotations on-time. Now imagine not having a safe, reliable and affordable car to get to and from your classes and volunteer positions, and to enable you to meet the other demands of medical school. At Georgetown, students are required to have a car by their third year in order to attend clinic and rotations.
With these challenges in mind, and the knowledge that most Georgetown students have little or no time to shop for a car, Georgetown University School of Medicine (GUSOM) students are hosting their first annual Auto Fair!
GUSOM has partnered with local automobile dealerships such as Criswell, Farrish, and Safford Chrysler/ Jeep/ Dodge and Ourisman Chevrolet/Buick/GMC to offer significant discounts on leasing and purchasing for GUSOM medical students. Dealers will provide 15 vehicles for students to view and test-drive and offer financial consulting to students who are prepared to purchase an automobile.
When: Saturday, June 5; 11:00am – 4:00pm
*Media must RSVP no later than Saturday, June 5th, at 10:00am by emailing/calling
Where: Georgetown University School of Medicine’s Med-Dent Building,
4000 Reservoir Road, NW, Washington, DC
Who: Local representatives from:
• Criswell, Farrish, and Safford Chrysler/Jeep/Dodge
• Ourisman Chevrolet/Buick/GMC
• Ally Financial
About Georgetown University Medical Center
Georgetown University Medical Center is an internationally recognized academic medical center with a three-part mission of research, teaching and patient care (through MedStar Health). Our mission is carried out with a strong emphasis on public service and a dedication to the Catholic, Jesuit principle of cura personalis -- or “"care of the whole person."” The Medical Center includes the School of Medicine and the School of Nursing and Health Studies, both nationally ranked, the world-renowned Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center and the Biomedical Graduate Research Organization (BGRO), home to 60 percent of the university’s sponsored research funding.