Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Graduating Student Ambassador
Students in our College who volunteer in their sophomore or junior years to become student ambassadors are trained to help new and prospective students personalize their experiences in our College. Ambassadors learn leadership and communications skills, and train in all of our academic programs to provide expertise about what our College has to offer. They conduct tours, visit high schools, help with events for parents and students, and serve on an advisory committee. They also recruit new students and mentor them. Once ambassadors earn their degrees, we honor them as graduating student ambassadors. Our College thanks them for their hard work, dedication and sacrifice, as they have made a difference for our College and our students.
Jorge Monge earned his bachelor's degree in biochemistry & molecular biology and plans to pursue a doctorate in medicine at the University’s School of Medicine. During his time as an undergraduate, he worked at Renown Regional Medical Center, served as a peer advisor for the College, and was part of the College's Student Ambassadors Program and the Engineering Experience at MIT Program. He also served as the president of the Blue Key Honor Society and vice president of the Golden Key Honour Society, and was part of the BS-MD Phi Delta Epsilon Medical Fraternity. In addition, he volunteered with Kindred Hospice and the Spanish Springs High School Booster Club.