When Thu Nguyen came to the United States in 2013, she had just quit high school and did not have a clear direction for what her future would hold. Fast forward four years later, and she is now a San Jacinto College graduate on her way to nursing school at the University of St. Thomas.
Conducting cancer research, this is how four San Jacinto College students are spending their summer as the only community college students accepted to the Continuing Umbrella of Research Experiences (CURE) program.
June is National Cataracts Month: Recognize the symptoms
“Impacting lives is the key to being a personal trainer,” Niess added. “When you see the before and afters of some the campers who have made a total transformation, you really understand the impact you’ve helped make on someone else’s life.”
Meeting history: Veterans historical interview collection rediscovered, Library of Congress accepts College’s Veteran Oral History Project submission
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