How to apply for the PGY2 Ambulatory Care Residency Program Candidates for the Legacy PGY2 Ambulatory Care Residency Program should have graduated from an accredited school or college of pharmacy and are highly encouraged to be licensed in Oregon prior to the start of the residency. Residents who are not licensed in Oregon must have a valid intern license in Oregon prior to the start of the residency and must be licensed within 90 days of starting the program (no later than October 1). Candidates must submit a complete application in PhORCAS that is to include: Curriculum vitae Letter of intent Official transcripts from professional pharmacy education, Three references using the PhORCAS standardized reference form It is required that one of the three references be your PGY1 residency director. A supplemental application essay document answering the following question: “What is the future of pharmacy in the next 10 years?” (Please ensure response is no longer than one page) Legacy participates in the ASHP Residency Matching Program. Applicants are required to be registered in the ASHP Matching Program. If Legacy has an unmatched position, our program will open the application process to other qualified candidates. Applications are accepted via the online PhORCAS system and are due by January 2 for the following residency training year.