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SCNO Student Perspective: Belinda Chen

SCNO Student Perspective: Belinda Chen School: Vanderbilt University Role in SCNO: Director of Programming (Chapter-Level) Post-Grad Plans I am working for a Medicaid technology startup that is developing both web and mobile-based platforms to a) integrate the many logistics of the Medicaid system into one comprehensive system that will increase provider

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Alumni Perspective: Mike Gallagher

Alumni Perspective: Mike Gallagher School: Michigan State University (Graduated in 2008) SCNO Experience: On MSU’s SCNO board and helped build SCNO into an international organization Fun Fact: The MSU chapter was the only SCNO chapter when Mike joined Favorite experience with SCNO My favorite SCNO experience was at our second national conference

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SCNO Student Perspective: Sarah Brook

SCNO Student Perspective: Sarah Brook School: Vanderbilt University Role in SCNO: Executive Director (Chapter-Level) Major: Human and Organizational Development and Spanish, Math Minor Post-Grad Plans: Working for Deloitte's Human Capital consulting practice out of Atlanta Favorite SCNO Experience In working on an engagement with the Nashville Social Enterprise Alliance, my team

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Alumni Perspective: Patrick Westerlund

Alumni Perspective: Patrick Westerlund School: Ohio State (Graduated in 2013) SCNO Experience: Two years on SCNO Exec Board Fun Fact: Plans to hike through the Peruvian mountains to Machu Picchu this May Favorite SCNO Project My favorite project was the business plan we helped the Linden Cleve Theater write. They

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C is for Community That’s Good Enough for Me

How do you build community? It’s a question I’ve struggled with both on SCNO exec, but in a broader context at Northwestern. As college students, we’re all busy. Between clubs, friends, and just schoolwork, I’m surprised if any number of my friends get enough sleep at all. It’s like

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Vanderbilt chapter in the news!

Our new Vanderbilt chapter was recently highlighted by NewsChannel5 in Nashville. Keep up the great work! Check out the links below to view the interview. Plus Side of Nashville: SCNO Plus side of Nashville: SCNO part

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