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Pre-medical Student Stereotypes Redefined

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Black River
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
My favorite activity was being a mentor for a high school aged girl interested in STEM. It was a program that not only showed the students the importance of minority women in STEM, it reinforced my decision to stay in STEM even when times were hard. It was an amazing program and we got to show the students our college campuses, talk to them about their lives and give them advice for the college process.


United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I offered my teeny freezer that fits dorm regulations to my floormate who needed her ice pack re-freezed. She twisted her ankle the night before and couldn't move around very much because of her crutches.
Why are you participating?: 

I am participating because a nice family approached me on the street.

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