2017 Wine and Cheese Networking and Socializing Event

Fundraising and Networking Event

Friday, November 10th, 2017

Hosted by UIC SNMA
Gallery Guichard

436 East 47th Street, Chicago, IL 60653

The UIC SNMA chapter would like to cordially invite you to our annual networking event, Wine & Cheese on Friday, November 10th, 7pm at Gallery Guichard located in the historical Bronzeville Neighborhood. This is a wonderful networking event for young professionals in the Chicagoland Area. Proceeds from the event will support scholarships for our pre-medical undergraduate students.

Ticket Cost Includes: unlimited wine & cheese and one raffle ticket. Additional raffle tickets can be purchased during the event.

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Free Lot & Street Parking

 

 

Class of 2017 Celebration Tickets:

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Regarding ticket price: Please indicate that tickets are $60 until 2/28/17, when prices will be $80. Ticket price includes 3 course meal and there will be a cash bar all night.

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Greetings!

Welcome to  The Student National Medical Association (SNMA) at the University of Illinois, Chicago. The SNMA was established because of a need to produce competent and compassionate physicians who would go on to work in underserved communities. In 1895, Robert F. Boyd, MD and Daniel H. Williams, MD joined forces and founded the National Medical Association (NMA). This historic event was significant because at that time, the premier medical organization was the American Medical Association (AMA): which denied membership to physicians of color. SNMA was born from the NMA as its student division.

Today, the SNMA is the oldest and largest minority student organization that addresses the health concerns of underserved minority communities nationwide and works to instill an obligation to achieve excellence within minority students.

Our Mission 
Our mission is to address both community and societal health issues that are adversely affecting the underserved as well as to seek to increase minority representation within the healthcare field.

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