My Wooster experience was filled with a broad range of academic pursuits and extracurricular activities, which have helped me to become a well-rounded person. For example, I love being able to reference a fact learned in my Food Systems class even though my major was Neuroscience. I was also surprised when I started working in a field that I had no exposure to and was able to apply what I learned in classes and campus work for my new job. Even though I’m not on the post-graduate route I had envisioned when I started at Wooster, I feel remarkably prepared for whatever lies ahead. Additionally, a Wooster education helped me develop a set of critical thinking skills, which I can use in any situation. Although I’ve never received clinical training, I’m able to use the problem-solving skills I acquired at Wooster to collaborate with therapists for new and innovative ways to help treat patients. I have been working as a Therapy Aide in the Rehabilitation Institute at Regions Hospital in St. Paul, MN. Working with traumatic brain injury patients has been exceptionally rewarding and inspirational for me, evoking an interest in health care careers. Still somewhat undecided about a vocation, I’ll be serving the next year or two with College Possible, an Americorps program based in the Twin Cities. After that, I’d love to find a career that melds my interests in service, neuroscience and lifelong learning.
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