Omar Bojang ’22 recently participated in the STRONG Summer Research Program at the UK Markey Cancer Center. He hopes to attend medical school and then practice medicine in West Africa, which his family once called home.
When landing a competitive internship is the first step in securing that dream job, being prepared to stand out to recruiters is the thing. The liberal arts, as one recruiter spells out, gives Transy students the advantage in the college to career pipeline.
Getting a snapshot of the day-to-day work at the Hope Center helped two alumni define very different futures. Internships and a liberal arts education led them to fulfilling careers.
For Texas native Ashley Humphrey ’10, now working in England as a Young Persons Drug and Alcohol Practitioner, everything she needed to heal and grow was within reach as a student at Transylvania.
Sammy Clore ’22 is one of a series of Transylvania pre-dental and pre-med students to volunteer at The Refuge Clinic, which offers medical care to the uninsured. He’s getting rare hands-on experience working with alumni.