Students Volunteer at Migrant Health Fair

Anna Fuller, a senior at Emory & Henry who interned at the Southwest Virginia Community Health Systems, Alianza de Salud, asked her fellow Spanish students to volunteer at the drive-through health fair in May. Community members received free health screenings and other health services.
Posted April 01, 2021

“It’s important to me to be involved with the event to better connect with the community I live in,” said Fuller. The E&H Introductory Medical Spanish students distributed health comic books that they researched and created during Spring semester. Upper-level Spanish students volunteered as interpreters.

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