Though the country’s economy survives on agricultural exports, it is also a country where small farmers struggle to compete in a globalized market.
My co-op provided me a unique window to compare healthcare systems, practices, cultural values, and health determinants cross-culturally.
This was an amazing and unforgettable experience. I made lifelong friendships with the pharmacists there and the other interns that were also from America.
I did not want my adventure to end; I had gained lifelong friends, a new appreciation for environmental conservation, and an experience I will never forget.
Teaching refugees has given me a unique window into both South Africa and the rest of the continent.
The Roberto Gilbert was unlike any hospital I had been to in the United States.
Taipei beckoned me to become a destination for my final pharmacy co-op.
As a Sophomore Biology/Pre-Med student, I had the opportunity to participate in a medical mission to the Dominican Republic with graduate members of the nursing school over this past spring break.
It’s been quite a wild adventure, my international nursing co-op to Lima, Peru. I chose Peru for its rich history and diverse culture, but I never imagined that I would fall in love with Peruvian life.
Throughout 2012, I visited rural intentional communities in Massachusetts, California, Arizona, Jamaica and Brazil.