AMCP Experiential Program in Association & Leadership Management
August 14, 2023 - December 23, 2023
Completion of APPE application.
500 word essay explaining your career goals and interest in managed care pharmacy and/or association management.
Current resume or curriculum vitae, including preferred contact information. Please include 2-3 professional references (including: name, email, phone number) on your CV or resume.
Starting in June 2024 for the Class of 2025
AMCP’s mission is to enrich the managed care pharmacy workforce by providing educational and experiential opportunities for student pharmacists. AMCP is excited to host an Experiential Program in Association & Leadership Management at our headquarters in Alexandria, VA. This APPE rotation will help student pharmacists learn the fundamentals of association and leadership management including effective communication, education and advocacy. During this APPE rotation, student pharmacists will:
Gain a deeper understanding of the mission, vision, core values, organizational structure, and services of the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy.
Participate in strategic leadership meetings, both internal and external, including meetings on Capitol Hill.
Identify and analyze high-priority issues in managed care pharmacy, and help determine AMCP’s role in these issues.
Develop skills in verbal and written communication, information gathering, evaluation, and analysis for use in a future in managed care pharmacy.
APPE Program Description
The Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP) is a national professional association of pharmacists and other health care practitioners who apply sound medication management principles and strategies to improve health care for all. The AMCP APPE Experiential Program in Association & Leadership Management schedule is designed to be four to five weeks in duration with a flexible end date. This is designed to fit most APPE schedule requirements. The APPE is intended to be an elective feature of a school or college of pharmacy’s curriculum-based experiential program. Designated pharmacist members of AMCP staff will serve as preceptors within their department area and students will work cross-functionally with all departments. Costs and arrangements for transportation, housing, and meals, etc., are the responsibility of the student pharmacist. There is no stipend or salary associated with the APPE.
Please Note: All APPE Rotations for 2024-2025 will be virtual.
AMCP staff will review all completed applications and will conduct phone interviews with top candidates. Final notifications for applicants will be sent via email no later than January 31, 2024.
Zack Riley Manager, Student and New Practitioner Programs firstname.lastname@example.org