As an international student, Paulina sees herself as an ambassador of sorts, representing German culture while learning about her host country. Learn more about this global Hornet and her experiences at SUNY Broome!Read More
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A religious sister, Maria mission is compassionate service. She ‘s majoring in Health Studies to prepare for SUNY Broome’s rigorous Nursing program. The Center for Career Development also helped her land a job in the community. Read more about this inspiring student, and how SUNY Broome works!Read More
Isamar ran a restaurant in Ecuador, but found that she needed something more — a mission for compassionate care, which she found in SUNY Broome’s acclaimed nursing program. SUNY Broome works!Read More
When Lyndie came to SUNY Broome, she first needed to master the English language. Now, this international student from Haiti is ready to transfer on and finish her bachelor’s degree in biology. SUNY Broome works!Read More
Imagine a computer that can think like a human brain, its processes mirroring the neurons that power thought. It’s a topic that fascinates Computer Science major Ali Daho, who comes to SUNY Broome from Algeria and helps his fellow Hornets as a tutor.Read More
Edward left his home country at the age of 16, not knowing English. He went on to graduate college and become an American citizen, and is always eager to offer a helping hand to his peers. Learn more about this inspiring Hornet!Read More
Saleh, who is from Sudan, didn’t speak much English when he first came to SUNY Broome. Now fluent, the Engineering Science major tutors his peers, and is planning to one day return to his home country and build schools for the deaf.Read More
An international student from southern China, Xiaoying uses her math skills to help her peers as a tutor. Read more about this accomplished student, who enjoys drawing and dancing — and takes organic chemistry for fun.Read More
Minhyung’s first try at an American education was an isolating experience. At SUNY Broome, she found a passion for biology and will transfer to Cornell, with the ultimate goal of becoming a dentist. She also gives back, aiming to help her fellow students succeed as a tutor and campus leader.Read More
Peer tutors are an integral part of academic services at SUNY Broome, helping Hornets ace subjects they may otherwise find difficult. Carolina knows this firsthand. A tutor aided this international student during her first year at SUNY Broome, and now she’s paying it forward as a tutor herself.Read More
International students come to SUNY Broome for many reasons: academic programs, the chance to transfer to a dream school or simply the opportunity to see America. Rasmus Kristensen became a Hornet to pursue success not only in the classroom, but on the basketball court.Read More
Most Americans don’t know where Burundi is, and Melissa Uwamahoro is aware of that. She started off an interview by spelling the name of her home country, a landlocked nation in East Africa located just south of the equator.Read More
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