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Josie Senior

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Kimberly

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Josie Senior

Josie

Senior, CSUF B.S. Health Science, Former Intern & Current AHA Mentor

“I think what makes Allied Health Academy stand out is that it does not only help students explore many allied health career options, but it also creates opportunities for peers to connect as well as educating students about self-care and preparing students for graduate school. Allied Health Academy was my support system for the past year and it helped me earned my highest GPA of my entire college career.”

I decided to join the Allied Health Academy because I felt the need to follow my passion for health and I wanted to be more involved on campus. I had no idea what allied health was or felt connected or belonged to this university. Little did I know, it would be the beginning of personal growth as a first-generation college student.  I’m beyond grateful for the existence of Allied Health Academy and I am extremely glad that Erin went into one of my classes to recruit students. A year later, although I am not where I hope to be, I have come so far in terms of developing professional skills, healthy habits, studying skills, time-management skills and more. It is a good feeling to know what educational and career path I want to pursue and find my community. I think what makes Allied Health Academy stand out is that it does not only help students explore many allied health career options, but it also creates opportunities for peers to connect as well as educating students about self-care and preparing students for graduate school. Allied Health Academy was my support system for the past year and it helped me earned my highest GPA of my entire college career, yet. I am so grateful that I took full advantage of this wonderful program by completing hours as a new member and gaining internship experience. I am currently finishing my last year mentoring other students and also in the process of completing my graduate school application for Master of Public Health. I would not be where I am today without the Allied Health Academy and this will always be something I’ll look back on years from now.

 

 

 

Kimberly

Kimberly

Freshman, CSUF B.S Kinesiology, Former Summer Bridge Program Participant, Current AHA Member

The Summer Bridge Program showed me other healthcare professions that I wasn't aware of before. The program also shed light on issues of social injustice and social inequity, especially in healthcare. I also received information about the resources available to students in Cal State Fullerton, which makes it easier to navigate the campus and eliminate that worry about feeling small in a campus filled with more than 40,000 students. Since the professors gave a preview of what a college class is like, picking classes was a lot easier because I saw some traits of professors that would complement my learning style. 

 

 

 

Amy profile

Amy

FCSUF B.S. Health Science 2017, Intern at Center for Successful Aging, Former AHA Member

 

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