Career Peer Advisors
Claudine Humure is a junior from Rwanda with an intended major in Biology and a minor in Business. Claudine was one of the 2014 summer recipients of the Wheaton Fellowship award. The award allowed her to spend three months at Boston Medical Center where she worked as a patient advocate along students from Brown, BU, and Harvard University. An active member in the Wheaton community, Claudine is a member of the May Fellows program, Wheaton’s Modern United Nations (MUN) club, BSA club , and the outdoors club. She loves meeting new people and making friends, and she invites you all to stop by the Filene Center at your leisure and take advantage of the various opportunities career services has to offer!
Jeff Sanborn is a senior from Massachusetts. He is following the pre-med track while pursuing a major in biology and minor in studio art. As a freshman, Jeff received a Wheaton Fellowship for a self-initiated intern position at the Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center. For the summer of 2014 Jeff capitalized on research opportunities at Mass General Hospital and at Dana Farber Cancer Institute. Jeff is a member of Wheaton’s Honor Code Committee, Project Global Health, College’s Against Cancer, and the Pre-Health Society. For the summer of 2015 Jeff hopes to secure an abroad experience and pursue a Davis Fellowship. “The wealth of information and guidance that I have received from Career Services has been invaluable and I encourage all students to learn about the incredible opportunities available to them.”
Kweku Ampem-Darko is a junior originally from Ghana but currently resides in New York City. He is a Posse Scholar, on the pre-med track and pursuing a major in Neuroscience. As a freshman, he received a stipend to work as a Research Assistant with Professor Buthelezi, in Wheaton's chemistry department. Kweku volunteered as an intern at Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center in Bronx New York. He is a Senator on the Wheaton Student Government Association, a Treasurer on the Wheaton Black Students Association and currently continuing research with Professor Buthelezi.