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Monthly Archives: January 2012

How Does Time Fly?

Posted on by Cynthia Ear

Time flies when you are busy attending networking events, information sessions, workshops, site visits, informational interviews, lecture luncheons, conferences and club meetings (not to mention classes). I concluded that time simply flies when you are the typical Price student that … Continue reading

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Internships: From Class to the Real World

Posted on by Taylor Wolfson

This past December I finished my first ever internship with the American Heart Association, which I set up thanks to one of USC’s amazing networking nights. Although I’m now pretty sure that I will not be going into the health … Continue reading

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Why USC?

Posted on by Jeffrey Mo

By the time I finished my undergraduate degree at UC San Diego, I knew that I wanted to get into the business side of healthcare. I knew that in order to achieve my future career goals (CEO or COO of … Continue reading

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Tomorrow’s Aeronautical Museum

Posted on by Anya Essiounina

As a USC Board Fellow, I have been blessed to serve as a non-voting member on the board of directors for Tomorrow’s Aeronautical Museum. For those of you who haven’t heard of Compton’s airport-based non-profit, please explore here: http://www.tamuseum.org/. TAM … Continue reading

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San Diego County HHSA Management Rotation

Posted on by Michael Van Gorder

Over the holiday break, I had the opportunity to complete a management rotation at the San Diego County Health & Human Services Agency (HHSA). For a couple weeks, I visited several branches and divisions of the San Diego HHSA and met with various individuals to learn more about the San Diego County HHSA overall and specifically how it collaborates with hospitals in San Diego. The San Diego County HHSA is very large—and has to be because San Diego is a geographically large county and serves a population of about 3.1 million people. It integrates health and social services into one agency, which not every county does.
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New Year, New City, New School

Posted on by Michael Van Gorder

As the new year came around, I had some time to reflect on what I have been doing over the past year or so. Last year at this time I was a student at the University of San Diego (USD), … Continue reading

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Back to the daily grind

Posted on by Jacqueline Illum (Gibson)

Well it feels like the first semester of grad school flew by, and after a nice long break, here we are with the start of the second semester. Although I was wishing for one more day off last Sunday night, … Continue reading

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The Long Dreadful Decision-Making Process

Posted on by Hilary Stein

Last year when I was deciding where to attend graduate school, it seemed like one of the most challenging decisions I would ever have to make. I submitted all of my applications and waited…and waited…and waited…quite impatiently as you see. … Continue reading

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Happy New Year!

Posted on by Anya Essiounina

I hope you guys are enjoying the holidays—now that most of the apps are done, you can relax a bit! Next year, at this time, you’ll be enrolled in school—an exciting thought! I have enjoyed this winter break. I remember … Continue reading

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