SET Participants2015-16 Academic Year
Mennonite Healthcare Fellowship (MHF) encourages persons studying for healthcare professions to learn and serve in cross-cultural mission/service settings in developing countries. To further this goal, MHF provides educational grants for travel and living expenses for a Student Elective Term (SET).
MHF was pleased to award Student Elective Term grants to the following students for the 2015-16 academic year.
Daniel Driver is originally from Goshen, Indiana and is a graduate of Goshen College. He resided in Indianapolis, Indiana during his years of study at Indiana University School of Medicine where he graduated with his MD degree in 2016. During his final year he carried out his Student Elective Term in Quito, Ecuador through the Child Family Health International (CFHI), an international NGO based in San Francisco.
Read Daniel’s SET Report
Carrie Schlabach is from Holmes County, Ohio, and is a 2012 graduate of Eastern Mennonite University where she received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing with a minor in Spanish. She is currently living in Richmond, Virginia. She graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University in May 2016 with her Master’s degree. She recently passed her boards and is now certified as a family nurse practitioner. She did her Student Elective Term at a clinic in Mumbai, India during January and February of 2016.
Read Carrie Schlabach’s SET Report
Keith Suter grew up in Pandora, Ohio where he attended Grace Mennonite Church. In 2012 he graduated from Bluffton University where he received a BA in Social Sciences. Upon graduation he moved to Washington, DC for a yearlong commitment working with low income immigrants as part of the Mennonite Voluntary Service program. He is currently living in Denver, Colorado pursuing a Master’s degree in public health at the University of Colorado. He plans to spend his Student Elective Term in Machala, Ecuador working on dengue fever prevention and surveillance.
Read Keith Sutter’s SET Report.