PUBLIC HEALTH (MPH)
Centering her projects and research around areas where she had an interest, Aimee Albright made getting her MPH work for her.
Describe your most significant academic accomplishment (research, internship, job placement, leadership, etc.)
“I just recently got a job with Cornell Cooperative Extension of Schenectady County implementing SNAP-Ed curriculum into local schools and being part of a policy, systems, and environmental change committee.”
How has the above experience impacted your future plans?
“While I only started this job recently, it’s exactly where I want to be. For the first time in a while, I can confidentially say that I don’t plan to go anywhere anytime soon.”
What would you tell a future student interested in your field of study?
“Make what you want of it. If you’re interested in a certain area of public health, center your projects, discussion posts, and research around it.”
Tell us a little bit about yourself and why you chose SUNY Brockport?
“I went to another SUNY for undergrad and know very well that they are schools that provide quality education at a decent price. I was living in another state when I decided to return to school, but I saw that this program was 100% online, which came in handy when COVID hit. I was able to work full time and go to school without needing to be anywhere at a specific time.”