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Putting the FUN in FUNctional: Meet OT students
February 8, 2021 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Last updated 02/18/2021
USC graduate occupational therapy students training for a hands-on profession during a hands-off time will discuss their experiences starting their education in person, transitioning to online learning, and what they want you to know about staying healthy!
Date: Friday, February 5, 2021
Time: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM (PT)
Meeting ID: 979 5468 5536
Zoom Link: usc.zoom.us/j/97954685536
Register for OT Discussion to receive an email reminder and zoom link on Thursday.
OT Interest Survey & Individual OT Consultations
The USC Emeriti Center in partnership with the USC Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy is sponsoring Zoom learning sessions featuring our OT graduate students.
OT students are also offering individual consultations based upon your interests and needs. Do you have specific issues and questions? They can be about wellness, healthy aging, technology, lifestyle changes, sleep, ergonomics, posture, or any concerns about how to function better in your daily life.
Let us know what you want to learn in future OT Zoom sessions and
*Register for an Individual OT Consultation with a grad student.
Read More About Each OT Student Below
Name: Alyssa Capellino
Hometown: Santa Ynez, CA
Undergraduate School and Major: University of Southern California, Human Biology with an emphasis in Human Performance
Favorite Occupation: Cooking, hiking, skiing
Name: Elizabeth Goodman
Hometown: Pacific Palisades, CA
Undergraduate School and Major: USC, Health and Human Sciences
Favorite Occupation: Trail Running, Golf, watching USC football
Name: Rachael Kim
Hometown: Fresno, CA
Undergraduate School and Major: USC, Psychology/ minor in Dynamics of Early Childhood
Favorite Occupation: Swimming, videomaking
Name: Katherine Tao
Hometown: Temple City, CA
Undergraduate School and Major: UCLA, Psychology and Disabilities Studies
Favorite Occupation: Painting, Decorating, Eating, Playing Ukulele