Reunited Through WorkBerry College welcomed approximately 200 alumni and their spouses recently for the 30th annual Alumni Work Week.
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an internship with the Georgia Lieutenant Governor’s Office, to helping
litigate healthcare legislation, recent nursing graduate
Will Howell has a bright future.
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internship with the Georgia Lieutenant Governor’s Office, to helping litigate
healthcare legislation, recent nursing graduate Will Howell has a bright
students at Berry are given many incredible opportunities, Will has received
some that most would love to add to their resume. While nursing and politics
might not seem to blend together, he was one of the approximately 200 nursing
students selected to attend the American Association of Colleges of Nursing
Student Summit Policy in D.C. This conference allowed bachelor, master and
doctoral degree students to discuss and debate current healthcare legislation,
as well as lobby for several pieces of legislation.
Will had the
opportunity to work with the staff of Georgia Rep. Austin Scott, as well
as meet with Sen. David Perdue’s top health care staffer.
we want nothing but the best for our patients and that is why we work with our
legislators and lobby for legislation that is going to expedite care, increase
safety, and make accessible and affordable healthcare a reality for all” Will
recently accepted a job with the University of Virginia Medical Center in
Charlottesville where he will work in the thoracic and cardiovascular intensive
care unit. Originally coming in as a biology major with intent on going into
the medical field, when Berry launched the nursing program he knew that was the
field he needed to be in.
“The professors really care about the students and
teaching. They truly enjoy their job and it shows with our success in the
program,” he added.
Story by Public Relations Student Supervisor