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Shannice Baker Mabandla wanted to be a physician, so she chose Union’s international rescue and relief program because of the unique hands-on approach and global focus. Now that she has finished medical school at Loma Linda University, the 2015 Union graduate reflects on how her experiences in IRR helped her get into medical school and prepared her to thrive.
Want to be a medical professional? Become a physician assistant at Union College. Our master’s program will prepare you for one of the top careers in America (ranked #3 by U.S. News) and every graduate has passed their board exam on the first attempt the past two years.
As Union graduates Rande and Heather Colburn look back on their lives since college, they believe they are right where they are supposed to be.
When Aaron Snelgrove graduated from Union with a nursing degree in May, finding a job was the last thing on his mind. He already had a dream job waiting for him at Kettering Hospital in…