On this episode of Now That’s INTAresting, we speak with Sona Chandra, a graduate of The Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech with a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering and a Minor in International Affairs from the Nunn School.
Sona talks about how receiving an INTA minor has shaped future career paths, especially within the field of healthcare and entrepreneurship, citing achievements such as co-founding Oshi Health and being named on Forbes 30 Under 30 List!
Highlights with Sona:
- Study abroad opportunities can expand your perspective on the world!
- Be willing to reach out to professors and other professionals in your desired field!
- Find what you are passionate about!
- Understand the global influence on different sectors, especially when working internationally!
- Keep an open mind!
- Notice areas where changes are needed in the world and investigate it further!
Additional Resources Referenced:
- Information about the Minor in International Affairs
- Information about the European Union Study Abroad Program
- Learn more about the Office of International Education and study abroad programs
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