Featured Stories tagged with "meet"

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LAS students aren\'t your average college students: In addition to school, they often need to juggle yeshiva, work, and their personal obligations. But Ezra, Mark, Aronie, Moshe, E.C. and Yuriy manage to do it all. Studying accounting, forensics, physical therapy, finance, law, and marketing, these six young men share a bit about their backgrounds, career plans, and decisions to choose Touro. 
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Besides interning in the ER department at Downstate Hospital, Nechama shadows a PA. “Watching her diagnose patients, I’m getting an advanced knowledge of the field before I’m actually in it.” But she’s also a medical assistant twice a week at Pediatrics Associates, where she greets patients, takes their vitals and history, and does odds and ends. “Just typing for the doctor lets me learn a tremendous amount about what typical well visits and sick visits are like.” 
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Gabriel is finishing his final semester at Touro and plans on starting dental school in the fall.
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Hometown: Brooklyn, NYHigh School: Yeshiva of BrooklynSeminary: Seminar
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Why LAS? Lots of reasons. One, the separate classes, which cater to the frum community. Two, classes are small, so it’s easier to pay attention and be more interactive. Three, I can study with people similar to me. And four, the college is effort-driven. You can get a really fantastic and challenging education if you put in the effort. These are the reasons I\'m here.
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Hometown: Cleveland, OHHigh School: YavneSeminary: Seminary of Chaya Mushka
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Why law? I believe I possess the skills that can contribute towards a successful career in the legal field, such as strong analytical skills and the ability to reason and think critically. 
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After seminary, Sara took a second gap year to intern for Palo Alto, California’s The Friendship Circle, an organization that pairs up special-needs children and teens with high school volunteers to participate in a variety of fun, exciting programs. “I’d never worked with special needs kids before, and the internship really let me get a glimpse of what it was like. While there, I came to realize that I wanted to specialize in the special-needs population after completing my coursework for OT.”
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Why finance? It’s useful in learning about the laws and taxes associated with starting and managing my own business, which I want to do someday. Accounting deals with the past, finance deals with the future.
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Why accounting? In high school, I owned and managed the bakery/canteen at my bungalow colony for a few summers. Performing all the calculations and bookkeeping gave me an understanding of what accounting is all about, and that’s when I realized that I wanted to pursue that.