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The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio – College of Arts and Sciences, GPA: 3.98/4.0
Bachelor of Science in Biology – Expected May 2022
College of Education and Human Ecology – Human Nutrition Minor
Worthington Kilbourne High School, Columbus, Ohio – Graduated 2018, GPA 4.2/4.0
- Graduated with Highest Honors and Honors Diploma
Work and Volunteer Experience______________________________________
MedLife – Volunteer December 2019 – January 2020
- Traveled to Cusco, Peru to volunteer in remote medical clinics and learn about the healthcare system and barriers the community members face
James Cancer Hospital – Volunteer January 2019 – Present
- Currently a Restful Nights volunteer that provides complimentary items to help patients get a good night’s rest and interact and talk with the patients.
- Previously volunteered on the 10th and 11th critical care floors stocking and sorting PPE and in the art gallery to assist and offer a relaxing environment to patients and visitors of the hospital
CPR Intern (Wexner Medical Center) – Volunteer/Intern June 2019 – Present
- Teach hands-only CPR through organizations in the Ohio State and Columbus community
- Plan events with organizations to teach CPR to their employees, staff or visitors
Wolves for Cubs – Mentor November 2016 – April 2018
- Engaged in one-on-one mentoring of elementary student with social and family problems
- Communicated student’s behavior and interactions with other students to teacher
- Gilbert’s – Busser and Food Runner May 2016 – August 2016
- Maintained restaurant appearance through continuous walk throughs of bar and dining areas
- Tended to customers by refilling drinks and clearing food from the tables
Mount Leadership Society Scholars – Second Year Scholar August 2018 – Present
- Attend weekly meetings to develop leadership skills and styles
- Participate in monthly service projects around Ohio State and Columbus communities
- Service Committee Chair: Organize and plan all of the service events as well as meetings second semester for all first-year students in scholars’ program
Phi Delta Epsilon Medical Fraternity – General Member February 2019 – Present
- Attend weekly meeting to gain knowledge about the medical profession, ethics and integrity
- Partner with Children’s Miracle Network and fundraise money to donate to the foundation through various events
- On the Anatomy Fashion Show committee to help raise money for Children’s Miracle Network; involved in the marketing process of the event
Men’s Varsity Soccer August 2014 – October 2017
- Voted captain (senior year): organized practices, motivated the team and communicated with the coaches about improvements to the team
- First Team All OCC: voted by team; Second Team All-District: voted by coaches
Piano August 2006 – May 2018
- Volunteered at nursing homes and hospitals and participated in various competitions
Over winter break, I went to Cusco, Peru on a medical service trip in which we visited villages with limited access to medical care in the surrounding area of Cusco. The community members were very grateful for our help. We learned about the barriers that they face related to health care, as well as other things we take for granted, such as education and adequate nutrition. We saw a variety of problems, but the most common were anemia, arthritis and vision/ eye problems. The lifestyle that the people lived there differs greatly from the United States; much of the work they do is physical labor on farms, harvesting food and cattle. Comparing my life with their lives alters the way I look at many situations, as this experience allowed me to see how fortunate we are in the United States.
For my CPR Internship through the Wexner Medical Center, I have gained many essential skills. First, my public speaking skills have improved because we give presentations for up to 100 people at a time. It also has helped with my planning and communication skills because we have to set up events. Finally, the program impacts many people as we teach an essential lifesaving skill.
Volunteering at the James has given me the opportunity to see many aspects of a hospital. My role has changed a few times, so I have experienced different scenarios and worked with different people. An essential skill that I have gained is collaborating with others in the Restful Night’s program. We work together as a group to work as efficiently as possible to impact as many patients as possible.
Mount has provided many opportunities to develop my leadership skills in many ways. During my time, I have been involved in service committee, which provides planning, collaboration and networking skills. It has allowed me to learn and understand about many of the social issues around Columbus, which has changed my perspective on many things.
Phi Delta Epsilon has solidified my choice to go down the medical field. We have had many specialties of doctors talk to us about their profession. I learned about the process of getting into medical school and afterwards. I have also been a part of the anatomy fashion show planning committee to help put of a successful event, which raises money for children’s miracle network.