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  • Writer's pictureJasmine Marshall

Bridge Builder: How I navigated my first year as a laboratory scientist during a pandemic.

"Growing up I always wanted to be someone's hero, as most of us do, right? Everything I did, and even my career path, had to make sense and be somehow impactful to my community and to others. Because of this, I entered this career very "green." I graduated the Coronavirus Class of Spring 2020 from the University of Louisiana Monroe where our graduation was canceled/postponed three times before it finally took place (with restrictions) in April of this year. The robbed experience of fully celebrating all that I had accomplished scholastically only helped fuel my eagerness and impatience to finally join the "healthcare hero" team."

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This blog is brought to you by the May Labora-Story of the American Society of Clinical Laboratory Science and inspired by the local organization B.R.I.D.G.E., Inc. (Building Relationships Inside Different Generations and Ethnicities). To check out what they have been up to follow them here:

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