George Olsen just completed the Johns Hopkins Post-Baccalaureate Program and is currently applying to Medical School. After graduating from George Washington University with degrees in Economics and International Affairs, George spent three years teaching middle school mathematics in Denver, Colorado through Teach for America. It was here that George saw his path of medicine reveal itself. “I want to provide healthcare to underserved communities, and while I am applying to medical school, the Volunteer Maryland Coordinator position with Shepherd’s Clinic allows me to learn more about working within this community and provides the opportunity to engage volunteers,” George said concerning his reason for taking on this position. George will engage skilled volunteers as medical providers, nurses, mental health providers, wellness practitioners and workshop facilitators, patient advocates, administrators, and more.