Are you a current Sketchy student? Do you want to share your journey and get featured on our website and social media? Then we want to hear from you! 

Sketchy is looking for five lucky healthcare students from around the country to join our new Student Contributor Series. Contributors will share monthly articles on anything from study tips to personal stories, and submissions will be published on the Sketchy blog! 

Who We Want

Applicants must be pre-med, medical, PA, or pharmacy students who currently use Sketchy to help them succeed in school and nail their exams. If you have a knack for writing and a story to tell, let’s talk! 

We welcome people of all different backgrounds, ethnicities, gender identities, religions, orientations, ages, and abilities.

What You’ll Do 

As a Student Contributor, you will submit bi-monthly articles (one every two months) to be published on the Sketchy blog. You will be open and honest about your experience as a healthcare student, offering personal stories, study tips, and words of encouragement for fellow Sketchy students. Your membership will last for an initial 6-month period, with the option to extend. 

The Perks

If you are selected, you will receive some incredible perks, including: 

  • Exclusive “Meet The Contributors” feature on our website
  • Your articles will be promoted across Sketchy’s marketing channels
  • 20% off your next Sketchy renewal 
  • Unique Sketchy swag
  • LinkedIn and/or formal recommendation from Sketchy
  • Opportunity to connect with the Sketchy Team 

The Fine Print 

By becoming a Student Contributor, you consent to allow Sketchy to publish your name, likeness, and article submissions on our website, social media, and other marketing collateral. You commit to submitting at least one article every two months for the duration of your membership, for a total of no less than 3 articles.

Do you have what it takes?

Fill out this interest form and a member of our team will be in touch.

Meaghan Foster, MD
Family Medicine 
Jasmine D. Thompson, MD 
Emergency Medicine
Austin E. Carmack, MD
General Surgery 
Alessandra Petrillo, MD
Internal Medicine 
Future Plans: Heme/Onc Fellowship
Arjan Ahluwalia, MD
Internal Medicine 
Future Plans: GI Fellowship
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