Saints Spotlight: Connor Bradshaw '17

When Connor was working as an office assistant in Emmanuel's Office of Student Activities and Multicultural Programs in the summer of 2016, he sat in on various parent orientation sessions. During one of these info sessions, Connor spoke with a parent of an incoming biology student, a conversation that would eventually lead Connor to an internship opportunity at Boston Medical Center (BMC) that fall. Connor was hired as a clinical research assistant at BMC, a position he held during his senior year. In his role at BMC, Connor worked in the Department of Otolaryngology, which helps treat diseases of the ear, nose and throat. In this role, he had the responsibility of recruiting and enrolling patients for clinical studies, working primarily with head and neck cancer patients. Connor also managed and maintained the test data and was responsible for writing up project-related manuscripts. His position at BMC enabled him to gain a better understanding of the clinical research and trial process. Through this experience, Connor was able to bridge clinical knowledge with his liberal arts education, developing a special interest in social inequities in the realm of healthcare and giving him a glimpse into the career path in public health that he is pursuing. After graduating in 2017, Connor was hired as a full time clinical research assistant at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

"The classes I took exposed me to a much greater field of knowledge beyond biology and have challenged me to look at the world from a different perspective. This has led me to a great interest in public health, and in my career I hope to address and solve some of the inequities that are present in the world."

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MSN in Nursing Management Opens Doors for Edward

After more than a decade as an RN at New England Baptist Hospital, Castella Edward MSN '16 decided take the next step in her career, building upon experience to enhance her daily practice, take a more active role in policy review and more.

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Saints Spotlight: Emily Pepe '15

Emily's undergraduate science courses, along with her involvement in lab-based projects, served as building blocks for her appointment after graduation at MGH, her current graduate-level work, and her future aspirations as a nurse practitioner.

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Saints Spotlight: Shennah Derstine '17

Shennah didn't have to go far to find the right internship opportunity--the graphic design minor reported to Emmanuel's on-campus Marketing & Communications department, where she worked on a range of graphic design projects to promote College events and programs. 

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Saints Spotlight: Marwah Haq '18

As an intern working as a Clinical Care Technician/Unit Coordinator at Tufts Medical Center in Boston, Marwah experienced the front lines at a busy, urban hospital.

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Saints Spotlight: Connor Bradshaw '17

Connor Bradshaw '17 held an internship as a clinical research assistant in the Department of Otolaryngology at Boston Medical Center (BMC) during fall of his senior year. 

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Saints Spotlight: Maan Alawa '17

Management major Maan Alawa '17 got a taste of the world of hospitality—and award-winning company culture—through his HR internship with Kimpton Hotels.

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Martin '17 Launches "Her Campus" at Emmanuel

Key ingredients to Samantha's success included courses that enhanced her knowledge of the field of communications; relationships with classmates, faculty and staff that influenced her personal and professional life; and leadership roles in a broad range of extracurricular activities.

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