University of Southern California
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Mrs. T.H. Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy
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Student Ambassador Blog


Summer In Full Swing

, by JessicaP · email · Leave a comment

Summer is in full swing and we have been busy keeping up with all of the exciting things happening at Chan!

Just a few weeks ago we had the pleasure of officially welcoming our class of 2019 to the Trojan family! Our new Trojan OT’s are busy this summer taking courses in kinesiology, neuroscience, foundations of occupation and creativity, craft, and activity analysis.

usc orientation week

usc orientation welcome

summer CA's fighting on

Our continuing students have also been busy completing their Level II Fieldwork at various sites across the states.

summer level 2 fieldwork vogelsang

One of our students, Ali, is completing her fieldwork at Coastside Pediatric Therapy Center. She loves learning about playing with a purpose and the science of development.

summer level 2 fieldwork brynne and kaitlyn

Two of our other students, Brynne and Kaitlyn, are completing their fieldwork at Assistance Dogs of Hawaii.

As a student ambassador I have been having a blast meeting all of our new and prospective students. Our Information Sessions are a great way for us to meet students and for them to learn more about our program.

info session 2017

This past weekend we also had the pleasure of welcoming 50 international OT’s and OT students for our Summer Occupational Therapy Immersion (SOTI) Program. The participants will spend the next four weeks learning about OT in the United States, attend seminars, visit various OT sites, and of course enjoy all of the fun that Los Angeles has to offer!

soti welcome bbq 2017

With summer half way over, we are excited to fight on and enjoy the next few weeks full of sunshine and OT fun!

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