SGIM's mission is to cultivate innovative educators, researchers, and clinicians in academic general internal medicine, leading the way to better health for everyone. To that end, professional and career development is one of our core purposes. Explore and take advantage of the myriad courses, programs, grants, and awards to fund professional development and other career development resources that we offer.
The ACLGIM LEAD program is designed for junior to mid-career faculty who wish to further develop their leadership skills. Training and coaching from leadership scholars and successful GIM leaders are provided at the ACLGIM/SGIM annual meeting and continue for one year afterward.
The TEACH certificate program was developed by SGIM’s Education Committee to address the needs of junior clinician educators. The program focuses on teaching skills and offers quality instruction and assessment with tangible outcomes.
SGIM's Leadership in Health Policy Program (LEAHP) aims to:
- Develop SGIM members who are active health policy advocates and local health policy experts, leaders, and teachers
- Offer health policy career development resources and opportunities to all SGIM members
- Develop an expanding national cadre of Health Policy Committee (HPC) members and broaden engagement in the Society’s health policy efforts.
MedEd Scholarship Faculty Development Program
SGIM's MedEd Scholarship Faculty Development Program is crafted to cultivate clinician educators with enhanced scholarship skills crucial for career advancement. The program provides the tools for participants to spearhead and share innovative scholarship in both medical education and general internal medicine.
SGIM values collegial support and mentorship, as well as building partnerships and interdisciplinary collaboration opportunities. Learn about the various mentorship programs available to members.
Awards & Grants
The SGIM Awards & Grants program provides national and regional recognition for exceptional achievements and innovations in the healthcare profession, as well as significant contributions to the mission of the Society. SGIM grants support to individuals and programs that strive to improve patient care, teaching, and research
Looking to take the next step in your career? Our Career Center can help you find the opportunity that's right for you. Even if you’re not currently seeking new opportunities, you can take advantage of the Career Planning resources available in the Job Seekers section.
Hiring for a Position?
Looking to find a GIM candidate to fill an open position? SGIM's Career Center allows you to share job openings with the most qualified group of GIM professionals and send them directly to potential candidates’ inboxes with the exclusive Job Flash email.