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“Do anything and everything outside of your comfort zone. These are the years you get to make mistakes freely and learn from them constantly. Learn everything you can from your time here at CMU.” 

About Sam Strahl:
Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan
Geology senior
with a minor in biology

Campus Involvements:

  • Resident assistant in Herrig Hall
  • Undergraduate research geomicrobiology lab
  • Academic orientation mentor
  • Word Hammer slam poet

Get in touch:
strah1sp@cmich.edu

“Don’t fall behind in class. Read the syllabi and use a planner to stay on track.”

About Hallie Bills:
From Charlevoix, Michigan
Psychology senior
with minors in leadership and communication

Campus Involvements:

  • Leadership Safari guide
  • Phi Sigma Sigma member
  • Leader Advancement Scholar
  • Alternative Breaks participant
  • Academic orientation mentor
  • Coordinator of K-12 Programs at CMU’s Leadership Institute

Get in touch:
bills1hj@cmich.edu
@hallie_bills

 

Central Michigan University psychology graduate Olivia Jenkins headed to Kenya with her roommates after graduation in May to help serve HIV patients and orphans. The experience has changed their lives.Jenkins, a Sanford native, had studied abroad in Maseno, Kenya, in May 2013. Her roommates, St. Joseph senior Josh Wessel and Saginaw graduate Hesham Salman, joined her when she returned a year later to the Maseno Mission Hospital. The three Chippewas served the hospital in various ways ranging from information technology work to assisting in the labor ward. Read more at http://cmich.ly/1tVXtbt.
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Central Michigan University psychology graduate Olivia Jenkins headed to Kenya with her roommates after graduation in May to help serve HIV patients and orphans. The experience has changed their lives.Jenkins, a Sanford native, had studied abroad in Maseno, Kenya, in May 2013. Her roommates, St. Joseph senior Josh Wessel and Saginaw graduate Hesham Salman, joined her when she returned a year later to the Maseno Mission Hospital. The three Chippewas served the hospital in various ways ranging from information technology work to assisting in the labor ward. Read more at http://cmich.ly/1tVXtbt.
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Central Michigan University psychology graduate Olivia Jenkins headed to Kenya with her roommates after graduation in May to help serve HIV patients and orphans. The experience has changed their lives.Jenkins, a Sanford native, had studied abroad in Maseno, Kenya, in May 2013. Her roommates, St. Joseph senior Josh Wessel and Saginaw graduate Hesham Salman, joined her when she returned a year later to the Maseno Mission Hospital. The three Chippewas served the hospital in various ways ranging from information technology work to assisting in the labor ward. Read more at http://cmich.ly/1tVXtbt.
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Central Michigan University psychology graduate Olivia Jenkins headed to Kenya with her roommates after graduation in May to help serve HIV patients and orphans. The experience has changed their lives.Jenkins, a Sanford native, had studied abroad in Maseno, Kenya, in May 2013. Her roommates, St. Joseph senior Josh Wessel and Saginaw graduate Hesham Salman, joined her when she returned a year later to the Maseno Mission Hospital. The three Chippewas served the hospital in various ways ranging from information technology work to assisting in the labor ward. Read more at http://cmich.ly/1tVXtbt.
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Central Michigan University psychology graduate Olivia Jenkins headed to Kenya with her roommates after graduation in May to help serve HIV patients and orphans. The experience has changed their lives.Jenkins, a Sanford native, had studied abroad in Maseno, Kenya, in May 2013. Her roommates, St. Joseph senior Josh Wessel and Saginaw graduate Hesham Salman, joined her when she returned a year later to the Maseno Mission Hospital. The three Chippewas served the hospital in various ways ranging from information technology work to assisting in the labor ward. Read more at http://cmich.ly/1tVXtbt.
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Central Michigan University psychology graduate Olivia Jenkins headed to Kenya with her roommates after graduation in May to help serve HIV patients and orphans. The experience has changed their lives.

Jenkins, a Sanford native, had studied abroad in Maseno, Kenya, in May 2013. Her roommates, St. Joseph senior Josh Wessel and Saginaw graduate Hesham Salman, joined her when she returned a year later to the Maseno Mission Hospital. The three Chippewas served the hospital in various ways ranging from information technology work to assisting in the labor ward. 

Read more at http://cmich.ly/1tVXtbt.

“College is about meeting new people, learning and growing. Challenge yourself by joining an organization that will push you out of your comfort zone.”
About Anthony Cavataio:From Shelby Township, MichiganCommercial recreation: event management juniorwith minors in advertising and leadership
Campus Involvements:
Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity member
Interfraternity Council member
Leadership Safari guide
Academic Orientation Mentor
Connections Conference Co-Coordinator with CMU’s Leadership Institute
Leader Advancement Scholar
Campus Ambassador 
Get in touch:cavat1aj@cmich.edu@Anthony_Cav
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“College is about meeting new people, learning and growing. Challenge yourself by joining an organization that will push you out of your comfort zone.”

About Anthony Cavataio:
From Shelby Township, Michigan
Commercial recreation: event management junior
with minors in advertising and leadership

Campus Involvements:

  • Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity member
  • Interfraternity Council member
  • Leadership Safari guide
  • Academic Orientation Mentor
  • Connections Conference Co-Coordinator with CMU’s Leadership Institute
  • Leader Advancement Scholar
  • Campus Ambassador 

Get in touch:
cavat1aj@cmich.edu
@Anthony_Cav