• 19/02/2018

Today marks the last day of my Internship at the Minnesota Department of Health with the Center for Health Equity. Without this opportunity I would not have learned as much as I have had and grow to even learn more! As I am learning more I discover about how little I know and that there is always learning that will be involved. I have been blessed to work with some of the most amazing people and learned from them what it means to be an ethical leader! The way they approach their work, the decisions they make, and think of the people who it will most impact. Not only that, but also having with them the communities they work for! One big take away from this internship for me is building trust with the people you work with and for to maintain that trust to be able to build and lift communities to achieve. I have learned so much more about my community working with CHE that there are still systems to change to make health and life more equitable. It is sad to be ending this internship, but it has really driven me to finish school so I can come back and work with and for my community! Thank you for the best internship ever! ♥️

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Today marks the last day of my Internship at the Minnesota Department of Health with the Center for Health Equity. Without this opportunity I would not have learned as much as I have had and grow to even learn more! As I am learning more I discover about how little I know and that there is always learning that will be involved. I have been blessed to work with some of the most amazing people and learned from them what it means to be an ethical leader! The way they approach their work, the decisions they make, and think of the people who it will most impact. Not only that, but also having with them the communities they work for! One big take away from this internship for me is building trust with the people you work with and for to maintain that trust to be able to build and lift communities to achieve. I have learned so much more about my community working with CHE that there are still systems to change to make health and life more equitable. It is sad to be ending this internship, but it has really driven me to finish school so I can come back and work with and for my community! Thank you for the best internship ever! ♥️

Today marks the last day of my Internship at the Minnesota Department of Health with the Center for Health Equity. Without this opportunity I would not have learned as much as I have had and grow to even learn more! As I am learning more I discover about how little I know and that there is always learning that will be involved. I have been blessed to work with some of the most amazing people and learned from them what it means to be an ethical leader! The way they approach their work, the decisions they make, and think of the people who it will most impact. Not only that, but also having with them the communities they work for! One big take away from this internship for me is building trust with the people you work with and for to maintain that trust to be able to build and lift communities to achieve. I have learned so much more about my community working with CHE that there are still systems to change to make health and life more equitable. It is sad to be ending this internship, but it has really driven me to finish school so I can come back and work with and for my community! Thank you for the best internship ever! ♥️

Today marks the last day of my Internship at the Minnesota Department of Health with the Center for Health Equity. Without this opportunity I would not have learned as much as I have had and grow to even learn more! As I am learning more I discover about how little I know and that there is always learning that will be involved. I have been blessed to work with some of the most amazing people and learned from them what it means to be an ethical leader! The way they approach their work, the decisions they make, and think of the people who it will most impact. Not only that, but also having with them the communities they work for! One big take away from this internship for me is building trust with the people you work with and for to maintain that trust to be able to build and lift communities to achieve. I have learned so much more about my community working with CHE that there are still systems to change to make health and life more equitable. It is sad to be ending this internship, but it has really driven me to finish school so I can come back and work with and for my community! Thank you for the best internship ever! ♥️

Today marks the last day of my Internship at the Minnesota Department of Health with the Center for Health Equity. Without this opportunity I would not have learned as much as I have had and grow to even learn more! As I am learning more I discover about how little I know and that there is always learning that will be involved. I have been blessed to work with some of the most amazing people and learned from them what it means to be an ethical leader! The way they approach their work, the decisions they make, and think of the people who it will most impact. Not only that, but also having with them the communities they work for! One big take away from this internship for me is building trust with the people you work with and for to maintain that trust to be able to build and lift communities to achieve. I have learned so much more about my community working with CHE that there are still systems to change to make health and life more equitable. It is sad to be ending this internship, but it has really driven me to finish school so I can come back and work with and for my community! Thank you for the best internship ever! ♥️

Today marks the last day of my Internship at the Minnesota Department of Health with the Center for Health Equity. Without this opportunity I would not have learned as much as I have had and grow to even learn more! As I am learning more I discover about how little I know and that there is always learning that will be involved. I have been blessed to work with some of the most amazing people and learned from them what it means to be an ethical leader! The way they approach their work, the decisions they make, and think of the people who it will most impact. Not only that, but also having with them the communities they work for! One big take away from this internship for me is building trust with the people you work with and for to maintain that trust to be able to build and lift communities to achieve. I have learned so much more about my community working with CHE that there are still systems to change to make health and life more equitable. It is sad to be ending this internship, but it has really driven me to finish school so I can come back and work with and for my community! Thank you for the best internship ever! ♥️

Today marks the last day of my Internship at the Minnesota Department of Health with the Center for Health Equity. Without this opportunity I would not have learned as much as I have had and grow to even learn more! As I am learning more I discover about how little I know and that there is always learning that will be involved. I have been blessed to work with some of the most amazing people and learned from them what it means to be an ethical leader! The way they approach their work, the decisions they make, and think of the people who it will most impact. Not only that, but also having with them the communities they work for! One big take away from this internship for me is building trust with the people you work with and for to maintain that trust to be able to build and lift communities to achieve. I have learned so much more about my community working with CHE that there are still systems to change to make health and life more equitable. It is sad to be ending this internship, but it has really driven me to finish school so I can come back and work with and for my community! Thank you for the best internship ever! ♥️

Today marks the last day of my Internship at the Minnesota Department of Health with the Center for Health Equity. Without this opportunity I would not have learned as much as I have had and grow to even learn more! As I am learning more I discover about how little I know and that there is always learning that will be involved. I have been blessed to work with some of the most amazing people and learned from them what it means to be an ethical leader! The way they approach their work, the decisions they make, and think of the people who it will most impact. Not only that, but also having with them the communities they work for! One big take away from this internship for me is building trust with the people you work with and for to maintain that trust to be able to build and lift communities to achieve. I have learned so much more about my community working with CHE that there are still systems to change to make health and life more equitable. It is sad to be ending this internship, but it has really driven me to finish school so I can come back and work with and for my community! Thank you for the best internship ever! ♥️

Today marks the last day of my Internship at the Minnesota Department of Health with the Center for Health Equity. Without this opportunity I would not have learned as much as I have had and grow to even learn more! As I am learning more I discover about how little I know and that there is always learning that will be involved. I have been blessed to work with some of the most amazing people and learned from them what it means to be an ethical leader! The way they approach their work, the decisions they make, and think of the people who it will most impact. Not only that, but also having with them the communities they work for! One big take away from this internship for me is building trust with the people you work with and for to maintain that trust to be able to build and lift communities to achieve. I have learned so much more about my community working with CHE that there are still systems to change to make health and life more equitable. It is sad to be ending this internship, but it has really driven me to finish school so I can come back and work with and for my community! Thank you for the best internship ever! ♥️

Today marks the last day of my Internship at the Minnesota Department of Health with the Center for Health Equity. Without this opportunity I would not have learned as much as I have had and grow to even learn more! As I am learning more I discover about how little I know and that there is always learning that will be involved. I have been blessed to work with some of the most amazing people and learned from them what it means to be an ethical leader! The way they approach their work, the decisions they make, and think of the people who it will most impact. Not only that, but also having with them the communities they work for! One big take away from this internship for me is building trust with the people you work with and for to maintain that trust to be able to build and lift communities to achieve. I have learned so much more about my community working with CHE that there are still systems to change to make health and life more equitable. It is sad to be ending this internship, but it has really driven me to finish school so I can come back and work with and for my community! Thank you for the best internship ever! ♥️

Today marks the last day of my Internship at the Minnesota Department of Health with the Center for Health Equity. Without this opportunity I would not have learned as much as I have had and grow to even learn more! As I am learning more I discover about how little I know and that there is always learning that will be involved. I have been blessed to work with some of the most amazing people and learned from them what it means to be an ethical leader! The way they approach their work, the decisions they make, and think of the people who it will most impact. Not only that, but also having with them the communities they work for! One big take away from this internship for me is building trust with the people you work with and for to maintain that trust to be able to build and lift communities to achieve. I have learned so much more about my community working with CHE that there are still systems to change to make health and life more equitable. It is sad to be ending this internship, but it has really driven me to finish school so I can come back and work with and for my community! Thank you for the best internship ever! ♥️

Today marks the last day of my Internship at the Minnesota Department of Health with the Center for Health Equity. Without this opportunity I would not have learned as much as I have had and grow to even learn more! As I am learning more I discover about how little I know and that there is always learning that will be involved. I have been blessed to work with some of the most amazing people and learned from them what it means to be an ethical leader! The way they approach their work, the decisions they make, and think of the people who it will most impact. Not only that, but also having with them the communities they work for! One big take away from this internship for me is building trust with the people you work with and for to maintain that trust to be able to build and lift communities to achieve. I have learned so much more about my community working with CHE that there are still systems to change to make health and life more equitable. It is sad to be ending this internship, but it has really driven me to finish school so I can come back and work with and for my community! Thank you for the best internship ever! ♥️

Today marks the last day of my Internship at the Minnesota Department of Health with the Center for Health Equity. Without this opportunity I would not have learned as much as I have had and grow to even learn more! As I am learning more I discover about how little I know and that there is always learning that will be involved. I have been blessed to work with some of the most amazing people and learned from them what it means to be an ethical leader! The way they approach their work, the decisions they make, and think of the people who it will most impact. Not only that, but also having with them the communities they work for! One big take away from this internship for me is building trust with the people you work with and for to maintain that trust to be able to build and lift communities to achieve. I have learned so much more about my community working with CHE that there are still systems to change to make health and life more equitable. It is sad to be ending this internship, but it has really driven me to finish school so I can come back and work with and for my community! Thank you for the best internship ever! ♥️