Jennifer Nguyen

Stanbridge University

Mrs. Nguyen is a leader on campus and demonstrates a remarkable capacity for leadership. She has served as Vice President of the Stanbridge Student Occupational Therapy Association, National Assembly Student Delegate, Senior Senator for Occupational Therapy in Student Government, and is part of the Pi Theta Epsilon Honor Society which recognizes outstanding academic achievement. Additionally, Mrs. Nguyen has served as Fall Club Rush Chair and participated in many community outreach events serving the mentally ill and the homeless populations of Orange County for whom she has a deep compassion. Mrs. Nguyen is an inspiration and motivation to those at Stanbridge University and in her community.

Yasith Weerasuriya
Stanbridge University

Personal Statement

From an early age, I have obtained values that have attributed to my passion of becoming an Occupational Therapist. These values include service and compassion, which compel me to fulfill my calling of helping others. I have been blessed with the ability to attend graduate school to become an Occupational Therapist where I am honored and privileged to be the Vice President of the Stanbridge Student Occupational Therapy Association 2016-2017, Assembly Student Delegate 2017-2018, Senior Senator of Stanbridge Student Government, and part of the Pi Theta Epsilon Honor Society, and I would like to give back by enhancing the quality of living for others.
Currently, I drive past the Santa Ana River Trail on a near-daily basis. There is a homeless encampment in that area and it breaks my heart that so many homeless inhabitants will be kicked out. I would love to offer my values to these people and serve them with compassion. The Newman Civic Fellowship opportunity will be a tremendous asset in adopting the skills that are necessary to be an agent of change for my community. I look forward to committing to this experience for one year and serving my community for the rest of my life.

Jennifer Nguyen
Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy: Class of February 2019
written 2018

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