As a warm selcome to future AMT members, the AMT professional association invites those in training to join student communities, get recognized and have some fun. A virtual community, local school societies, awards, scholarships and a national student bowl competition recognize the value of up-and-coming health professionals.
Online communities for applicants only
Connect with your peers who are currently sharing your journey toward becoming an allied health professional. It's simple to access the AMT online community dedicated for applicants--just login to your AMT account.
AMT encourages schools to form AMT student chapters. Student chapters can be started for any allied health program for which AMT offers certification. A student society is an excellent way for students to network, get to know one another, and to learn teambuilding and leadership skills. It also encourages students and faculty to work together on programs, meetings and special events for the community. The skills students gain from leading a society, being in charge of a fundraiser or activity, or working together in a group will be invaluable in their chosen career.
AMT offers scholarships to students each year. Applicants must be a graduate of, or a senior in, an accredited high school (GED accepted) or enrolled in a college or university accredited by a regional accrediting commission. Course of study must lead to a career in one of the disciplines certified by AMT. The Student Scholarship deadline is April 1 each year.
Outstanding Student Award
Nominations for Outstanding Student Award are made by the program director or instructor. It recognizes the student who stands out above the rest...the type of student who always makes it to class, who participates in discussions, and who is always willing to put forth extra effort when called upon. Nominations are taken until April 1st of each year. The Outstanding Student Award recipient will receive a $250 monetary prize and plaque. Award recipients are honored at the Awards Banquet at the AMT Annual Meeting.
Technical Writing Award
The Technical Writing Award is for students who enjoy writing and who would like to submit a research paper pertinent to their field of study. Submissions are taken until April 1st of each year. Winners will receive cash prizes of $200 for first place; $165 for second place, and $135 for third place. Award recipients are honored at the Awards Banquet at the AMT Annual Meeting.
Medical Assistant Student Challenge Bowl
AMT invites school teams of medical assisting students to demonstrate their knowledge and show their school pride. The Medical Assistant Student Challenge Bowl is a one-day educational competition open to all medical assisting students actively enrolled in institutions offering an MA program at the time of the competition. The student challenge bowl is held during the AMT Annual Meeting.
Students can prepare for their certification exam with resources from AMT including practice exams, exam content outlines, and reference material suggestions.