After graduation, your dental school loans will eventually go into repayment. Staying on top of your finances will ensure future success as a practicing dentist. Although debt and finance management are subjects rarely taught in dental school, understanding your debt is the first step to conquering it.
You never hear anyone in dental school utter the words, “I’m bored.” If anything, there is too much to do and too little time to do it. However, there are students who somehow find time to give back to those who are less fortunate, even with everything else going on in their lives.
Many dental students try to imagine what life will be like after graduation. But no one imagines starting their career during a pandemic. Learn ways to prepare yourself, both personally and professionally, to face the challenges.
If you want to own someday, the associate-to-owner path might help you get there faster. With the associate-to-owner path, you join a practice as an associate with an agreement for a future complete sale.
Last summer on June 22, before COVID-19 flipped our world upside down, 22 members of the Colorado ASDA chapter woke up on “game day.” Jumping out of bed, they stuffed their faces full of oats and protein, laced up their shoes and put on their game faces before making the drive over to the outdoor Hoops Park in Aurora, Colorado.
In my last ASDA Blog post, I discussed the importance of question-asking by dental students as they hunted for jobs, and received an overwhelming response. As a result, I have prepared a list of key questions to ask during job interviews.
ADA Success offers a series of programs on topics most relevant to students today, each presented by a volunteer dentist or other subject-matter expert. Learn more about how you can participate.