The journey from being one of 13 siblings growing up in the Midwest to becoming one of only 20 in the nation selected annually to attend a prestigious Army social-work program has had more than a few twists and turns for Burgundy Scott. But she wouldn’t have it any other way. “I was a high-school […]
Finding ways to pay for medical, dental or veterinary school is challenging and can often result in struggling to make ends meet during school and thousands of dollars of student-loan debt after graduation. According to healthcare career counselor SSG Trevor Sturgill, with the 6th Medical Recruiting Battalion, there are options available than can provide money […]
Rabbis serve in their temples, Imams serve in their mosques, and ministers serve in their churches. While many religious leaders serve within the four walls of their congregation, the Army chaplains are boundless; they serve everywhere in the world! This unique environment allows chaplains to provide a hybrid ministry, in which they serve Soldiers and […]
When Brian Allee, D.O. pulls out his suture kit April 10 in Oklahoma, it won’t be to close an actual wound. He will turn on his camera, turn up his microphone and will teach approximately 60 students in California how to suture virtually.
Students and administrators at three San Francisco dental schools visited last week with the head of the Army’s Dental Corp, Brig. Gen. Shan Bagby. A few months from retirement, Bagby shared his Army story with the students and gave them tips on how to survive their postgraduate studies and thrive in their chosen careers.