National Health Corps Philadelphia Blog

Member Megan O'Brien's six word memoir reflects on her service at Nationalities Service Center, working with refugees and vulnerable immigrant populations. In this blog post, read Megan's thoughts on her memoir and her service, and learn more about what Nationalities Service Center does and why we are so proud to partner with them as a host site!
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Interactions with patients and clients can easily form emotional memories for those participating in service in the healthcare field. Member Nolan Anderson shares a touching story as he reflects on an impactful year of service.
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At our last monthly meeting, our members wrote six word memoirs about their service experience with Philadelphia Health Corps. In this blog post, member Eileen O'Connor expands on some of her six word memoirs with fun stories about her service at Penrose Elementary School!
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At our last monthly meeting, our members wrote six word memoirs about their service experience with Philadelphia Health Corps. In this blog post, member Eileen O'Connor expands on some of her six word memoirs with fun stories about her service at Penrose Elementary School!
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Member Nicholas Johnson has decided to stay in Philadelphia for the coming year! In this blog post, Nicholas reflects on his experiences, both rewarding and challenging, that led to his decision to remain in the city of Philadelphia.
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As part of the Professional Development member committee, member Ashley Barnes helped plan and execute a networking event for our PHC members! Members had the opportunity to talk to 20 Philadelphia-area professionals, with a variety of experience in social work, public health, education, nutrition, domestic and global medicine, research, and the medical reserve corps.
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When member Jenné Beausoleil interviewed for her position at Abbottsford Falls where her main role would encompass health insurance enrollment, she also expressed interest in maternal and child health and health education. In this blog post, Jenné reflects on the many opportunities she has received during her service to further explore these interests.
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