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Health Sciences Student Accepted Into Summer Program

Health Sciences Student Accepted Into Summer Program

Michael L. Johnson II, a dedicated Health Science student at the International Technology Academy in Pontiac, has been accepted into the prestigious OsteoCHAMPS Pathway Program hosted by the Michigan State University (MSU) College of Osteopathic Medicine. The eight-day summer enrichment program, which runs from June 22-29, aims to cultivate future medical professionals through an engaging mix of academic curriculum and extracurricular activities.

Notably, the College of Osteopathic Medicine has sponsored Johnson's full tuition for the OsteoCHAMPS program. His acceptance into this program marks a significant step toward his aspiration to become a Diagnostic Radiologist—a career path he decided to pursue after a conversation with a doctor while caddying at Oakland Hills Country Club. The doctor recommended that Johnson explore the field of diagnostic radiology, explaining the details of his own career path and its rewarding aspects.

A student with diverse interests, Johnson is a Robotics team member and participates in archery and the Chess Club. He plans to continue his education in Health Sciences at OSTC Northeast for his second year and ultimately aims to attend a private college in Tennessee upon graduation.

The recommendation letter from Mr. Licari, his first-year Health Science teacher, played a crucial role in Johnson's acceptance. His mother initially informed him about the program and its requirements, setting him on this path of achievement.

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