Students and graduates of the College of Pharmacy participate in leadership in a number of ways. Residencies place pharmacists in professional settings and provide both basic and advanced training. Organizations such as the Executive Council of Graduate and Professional Students, the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, and the American Pharmacists Association all offer opportunities for pharmacy students to become involved in leadership roles.
This site provides information on these residencies and organizations, as well as advice on writing CVs and interviewing. You will also find profiles of students and pharmacists who have shared their own experiences in professional and leadership roles.