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Pace University was always one of LaChana’s top choice schools. When she saw that CHP created a Communication Sciences and Disorders master’s degree program, she knew it was where she was meant to be. After completing the program as an outstanding student, she explained that “My education at Pace provided me with externship opportunities that prepared me with real-life scenarios of both providing treatment and communicating with families/caregivers to honor what's best for my patients.”
Nothing describes a #Go-Getter better then Pace University’s College of Health Professions (CHP) Lenox Hill Hospital Physician Assistant Program (PA-NYC) graduates.
"You have to find that passion every day," says College of Health Professions alumna Tyra Prophete, RN. "I always knew I wanted to advocate for people."
The challenges are real, but they're also manageable, says Christen Cupples Cooper, an assistant professor and founding director of the Nutrition and Dietetics Program at Pace University in Pleasantville, New York. "Just because candy canes, chocolates, cookies and holiday fare line almost every aisle of every store, doesn’t mean you need to buy and consume these products," Cooper says. "Keep the holidays framed in your mind as a celebration and regard food as one element, but not the centerpiece of the entire holiday season."
Dr. Onua explained that she continues returning to Pace because of the variety of programs that are offered; the knowledgeable and supportive faculty; and the excellent clinical placement opportunities that allow students to excel in the field.
At the age of 16, she moved to the United States for the opportunity to go to college and obtain a nursing degree. After earning an associate and bachelor’s degree in nursing, she knew that she still wanted to learn more. Following the recommendation from a friend and the convenience of New York City and Pleasantville, she decided to check out what Pace University and the Lienhard School of Nursing had to offer.
As Elias continues to gain experience in the field, his resolve to find a program that fits his career goals has been rewarding. He is employed at an outpatient clinic, New York Hand Therapy (NYHT) in Park Slope, with a new goal to become a certified hand therapist. He thanks Pace and NYHT for the education, mentorship, and guidance throughout his journey.