Students receive scholarships from HealthHelp

September 4, 2014
students with scholarship checks

Pictured top row: Oghogho Igbinoba, Abigail Mulcahy, Jordan Varing, Cooper McLendon. Bottom row: Lucia Ejoh, Glory Zhou, Eduardo Gandara, and Lauren Pinckney

HealthHelp’s Vice President of Client Services, John Golden, presented eight $1,000 checks to Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Public Health graduate students Oghogho Igbinoba, Abigail Mulcahy, Jordan Varing, Cooper McLendon, Lucia Ejoh, Glory Zhou, Eduardo Gandara and Lauren Pinckney.

Accompanying Mr. Golden were two Texas A&M School of Public Health alumni, Ashton Hutches and Robyn White. Hutches is a Senior Business Analysis and White a Special Projects Administrator with HealthHelp.

Mr. Golden shared tips on how to prepare academically in order be successful in finding a job in health care.

HealthHelp is a Houston-based company specializing in healthcare management services.

— Rae Lynn Mitchell

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