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Default Support for Foreign-Trained Medical Professionals

We have a small company that specializes in helping skilled immigrants return to their careers in the U.S. We offer help with personal statements, resumes/cover letters, ERAS, and job searches, but also career and educational advising for short-term solutions on your journey to licensing. Although we specialize in working with foreign-trained professionals, our services are available to American-trained professionals as well.
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can you give me more information?
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Hi! Thanks for the reply. We start out by spending 30 minutes to 1 hour talking about what your needs are. That can be accomplished by phone or by skype. In that initial session--completely free to you--we will cover your needs in three areas: ERAS application, CV/resume/cover letters, and residency interviewing skills. Depending on those needs, the fees may be anywhere from $100-$500. For example, you may complete ERAS on your own then just need me to give it a general overview to refine the language, and you may have a completed CV, but you just need to convert that to a more impactful shorter resume for interviews--and check the language for refining--and that would be $100. If you choose to sign on, you can pay with paypal.

If you are not a physician planning to apply for residency, I would need to discuss your specific circumstances to determine your needs, but generally, the range of fees is $100-$500.

Hope to hear from you!
Shelly Hedstrom
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