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Featured Stories tagged with "class of 2020"

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Why pharmacy? "I decided that I wanted to be a pharmacy technician in high school, and worked at Mennonite General Hospital in Puerto Rico for 8 years. Now, I want to learn more about medication and help more patients."
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Why pharmacy? "I loved learning the natural sciences in high school. But it wasn\'t until I started working for my uncle, a respected pharmacist in Ghana, that I realized I wanted to study pharmacy. My uncle was a successful man who built the infrastructure for the industry, and I aspire to be a pharmacist like him."
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Why pharmacy? "You know how parents always want their children to do better than they did…and then they end up following in their parents\' footsteps? I took that phrase literally. My mother is a pharmacy technician (and many of my relatives are nurses). I was originally an architecture major, but changed my mind halfway through college – I realized I wanted a more science based career."
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Why pharmacy? “I like healthcare and science. Pharmacy seemed the right combination of both.”
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Interesting past work Kamal worked as a pharmacy technician at Walgreens for almost 4 years. Why? “I knew I wanted to be on the science path and also keep my options open. So I thought ‘let’s see where this takes me.’ It was a great learning opportunity. Flu season was crazy!”
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Interesting past work Junyi worked as a laboratory technologist in a biochemistry lab at Mount Sinai Hospital for 2 years. His primary role was to process patient specimen and detect disease markers in inborn errors of metabolism (rare genetic disorders where the body cannot properly turn food into energy).
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Last week Touro College of Pharmacy (TCOP) welcomed 84 students to the school, from as near as Queens, NY and as far as Victoria, Texas and Kumasi, Ghana. Over the course of a jam packed orientation - including a bus tour of Harlem, an introduction to all things academic, a water fight, block party where they were introduced to various campus organizations, and more – we caught up with some of the newly minted P1s to start getting to know the TCOP class of 2020.
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"I walked into CVS one day because I wanted to get inside of the job," says Valerie Atong, a P1 student at the Touro College of Pharmacy (TCOP) who worked as a pharmacy technician for ten years in Atlanta, Georgia. "It was something I always wanted to do...and the rest is history."
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Donning their white coats for the first time was an emotional experience for the eighty-five students of Touro College of Pharmacy’s (TCOP) Class of 2020. 
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Find friends. Immerse yourself in NYC culture. Review material before lectures so you\'ll have a headstart on the topic. Participate in conferences and join societies. Don\'t compare yourself to your peers. Strategize your involvement in volunteering, community outreach, and public health activities. Take short breaks while studying. Take advantage of your professors\' knowledge and experiences. Don\'t limit what you can accomplish.