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Category Archive for 'Civic Engagement through USC Dornsife'

After hearing all about the Joint Educational Project (JEP) from my roommate Sophie, I figured that I had to give it a try this semester. JEP pairs USC students with schools, organizations, and non-profits in the surrounding neighborhood to facilitate service-learning through positions as teaching assistants, mentors, and interns. Students spend two hours onsite per [...]

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You know when you walk into the locker room to find a rack of fully stocked scrubs, it’s going to be a good day— and what a surprise, it was indeed a GREAT day. Not a particularly busy or interesting day but I really felt like a valuable part of the patient care team. I [...]

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Community Service. What does that mean to people? I have always felt that many people think of it as just a requirement for college or for a resume. There are very few people have I volunteered with who I think really appreciate or enjoy this type of work. My most recent great community service project [...]

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Hello World, Yes, I know. I’ve been neglecting the blogging life for quite awhile, but here I am again! I wanted to tell you all about the amazing organization I’m part of here at USC. It’s called Global Medical Brigades. To be honest, here at USC we have all the branches of the global brigades; [...]

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Having finished my first semester at USC, I feel as though I’ve finally settled into college life and have fond memories – both academically and socially – from last semester that I’ll never forget. I’ve also cemented myself as a member of the Trojan family, making lifelong friends and connections that I’ll be forever grateful [...]

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Knowing I helped make history is a really cool feeling. On November 6, 2012, with the reelection of Barack Obama as president of the United States of America, we all made history. It’s crazy to think how close the election was and how every vote really did count. I have a TV in my apartment, [...]

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