Florida Executive Women Scholarship Recipient
Awarded to a student with outstanding academic achievements, honors and/or awards, volunteer experience, leadership roles that demonstrate the student’s abilities and leadership skills.
This article showcases my experience as a Certified Nursing Assistant and explains my initial interest in geriatrics.
Jeff Allen, the News 13 reporter, interviewed me on the biweekly “care packages” that I have initiated during the summer of 2020. This event consisted of giving out lunch bags/hygiene kits to the displaced people at Lake Eola. Around 5-7 UCF volunteers were involved and some of them were featured in this news broadcast.
Alongside another UCF student, I co-founded a nonprofit organization called Orlandoagainstcorona with the goal of supporting children, the elderly, and the homeless population who were affected the most by the pandemic.
This article describes the scope and mission of SALT Outreach at UCF. It also mentions the founding executive board and the services the UCF chapter offers in partnership with the non-profit organization SALT Outreach.
Through this fellowship, Campus Compact provides students with training and resources that nurture their assets and passions and help them develop strategies for social change. Being a Newman Fellow will give me the opportunity to acquire the necessary skills to initiate projects that reach our displaced friends outside of the Orlando area.
This article describes the first projects and partnerships SALT Outreach at UCF initiated and its mission. In partnership with SALT Outreach Inc., SALT Outreach at UCF strives to provide respect and dignity to Orlando's homeless population. We aim to do that by offering free showers via a mobile shower trailer as well as providing clean clothing from a mobile clothing trailer.
In an effort to push both sanitation and sustainability, a group of UCF engineers has teamed up with UCF's chapter SALT Outreach to use a device developed to make disposable masks safe to reuse amidst the pandemic.
Meet the 4 Order of Pegasus Students from Health Sciences
Four students from the health sciences program have been named to the Class of 2022 Order of Pegasus. This award is the highest honor that a UCF Knight can achieve, and reflects exemplary academic achievement, community engagement, leadership, and professionalism.