Student Pharmacist Membership
Are you a student pharmacist and have an interest in learning more about a career in managed care pharmacy? AMCP membership is for you!
- Make connections with pharmacists and students across the country who can help jump start your career.
- Learn about managed care pharmacy and gain a more complete view of our health care system through student webinars and special sessions at national meetings.
- Enjoy a members-only discount on the Fundamental Managed Care Pharmacy course.
- Participate in the local and national Pharmacy and Therapeutics Competition.
- Find a mentor through our conference buddy program.
- Gain leadership experience through your local chapter and national opportunities.
- Show your commitment to ensuring patients get the medications they need at a cost they can afford.
"AMCP provided me with opportunities to develop lifelong professional skills unlike any other student organization! I've been able to meet so many leaders within managed care that are not just passionate about the field, but also passionate about helping students grow. I would highly recommend AMCP to any student pharmacist, regardless if you're new to managed care or not - there's something for everyone!"
—Alyza King, University of Houston, Class of 2021
"Being a part of AMCP as a student helped take my education further and differentiate in an evolving profession. AMCP always seems to be ahead of the curve and focused on important issues, so it is a great environment to learn in."
—Soham Shukla, Rutgers University, Class of 2019
"AMCP provided me with incredible opportunities and support throughout pharmacy school that bolstered my pharmacy education and ultimately shaped my career path. As a new practitioner, I cannot wait to continue to engage with the organization as I continue to develop my knowledge of managed care, build my professional network, and participate in committees. Being a member of AMCP brought me to where I am today, and will continue to be a backbone of my professional development."
—Devin DeNofio, University of Texas, Class of 2021