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Sarah Weihl – Outstanding Co-op Awardee

Students of CSSH Announcement Post of Co-op Awardees
Students of CSSH Announcement Post of Co-op Awardees

Sarah Weihl, Human Services Major, was awarded a CSSH Outstanding Co-op Award, she was nominated by Lisa Worsh. This award was voted on by the entire group of CSSH co-op coordinators.  The coordinators were extremely impressed by Sarah’s co-op experiences and how she integrated them with her academic goals to in order to help her to forge her own individual path at Northeastern. 

During her time at Northeastern she completed three co-ops. For her first co-op, she worked for AIDS Action as a Housing Services Associate (as part of the Boston Community Impact Co-ops BCIC program). During her second co-op, Sarah wanted to focus more on public health. She competed for the very competitive Program and Project Assistant job at IHI (Institute for Healthcare Improvement). For her third co-op, Sarah traveled abroad to Kenya with Dr. Wamai to the TERMES African Center for Community Investment in Health as a Field research Associate.

From her nominator

There is so much more I could say about Sarah. She embodies a commitment to public health, the community, and
social change. She is professional, savvy, and ethical beyond her years. I am so proud of her! She is perfect for an
outstanding co-op award.

Lisa Worsh

Again, on behalf of the College, congratulations to you for all that you have accomplished while you have been at Northeastern. I wish you all the best next year.

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