I graduated from SICS in 2012 and joined the military. I became a combat medic deployed in Kuwait and Iraq. After my active service, I returned home and joined the University of Texas Health Science Center for a critical care flight paramedic program.
I plan on using my GI bills to become a doctor of osteopathic medicine and hopefully go back overseas and help more people in need.
"Of all the things I learned at SICS, the most important thing was to face your fears and keep going even when you want to quit."