Yasmina from Ghana

Yasmina, a third-year Child Health student from Ghana, came to Brock because she wanted to be at a university where interaction with professors and students is easily accessible. Surrounded by great scenery, Brock keeps her life in a harmony with nature. Her main goal is to work with UNICEF and being a Brock student she is involved in many clubs and associations amongst which is Brock UNICEF.

Program: Child Health (Hons)
Citizenship: Ivorian
Year started at Brock: 2011
Former High School: The Roman Ridge School, Accra, Ghana

Why did you choose Brock?
I wanted a small university in a town that gave me easy access to a bigger city and scenery (e.g. the Niagara Falls). Brock has all that and there is an easier interaction with professors and students.

What has been your most memorable Brock experience?
I have just had a good time at Brock, overall.

What do you plan on doing with your Brock degree?
I plan on taking a Child Life Specialist program at McMaster and then go on to do my masters in health policy or public health. My main goal is to work with UNICEF.

What clubs/organizations are you involved in?
I am part of Brock UNICEF, Brock Niagara Rotaract, Roots acs, French club, International Students Association, Meal Exchange, Free the Children and Big Brother Big Sister.

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