Jessica Condon

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Jessica Condon

Community Health/Allied Health major from SUNY Cortland

  • Anatomy, Biology, Science
  • United States
  • Updated 9 months ago
  • Detail-oriented
  • excellent listener
  • Great at analyzing
  • great communicator
  • Problem-solving
  • 08/2015 - 05/2017
    Health Sciences at Cayuga Community College
  • 08/2017 - 12/2020
    Community Health/Allied Health at SUNY Cortland

Description

Hello! My name is Jess, and I have always loved learning subjects that many find difficult, especially math and science! I have an Associate’s in Health Science cum laude from Cayuga Community College, where I took Human Anatomy and Physiology, Biology, and Physics. I’m graduating from SUNY Cortland this December 2020 with my Bachelor’s in Community Health with a concentration in Allied Health. During these past 3 years, I took various Chemistry, Biology, Physics, and health/anatomy courses. During my senior year of high school, I took Human Anatomy and Physiology as an elective, which earned me an Academic Achievement Award and a newfound love for that specific field in science. I also took Earth Science, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics throughout my high school career. In addition, I completed different math classes such as Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry/Algebra II, and others a grade level ahead while maintaining honor roll grades.

I most enjoy learning and informing others about science subjects, specifically Human Anatomy and Biology. I find these fields to be both challenging and intriguing – both include basic facts while also involving aspects that are ever-changing as scientists and medical professionals learn new details about us and the world we live in. Any chance I get to share important scientific information I never take for granted! As a Community Health major and an individual who loves the scientific/medical field, I’ve come to realize how crucial it is to spread accurate, up-to-date information to the public in order to keep as much of the public well-informed as possible!