Thursday, April 28, 2011

Cathleen Flynn Heads to Jamaica After Winning Scholarship

Cathleen Flynn, sophomore music therapy major, was recently awarded the $1500 LaVerne Jackson Memorial Music Therapy Scholarship through Mu Phi Epsilon. She is the 4th SMWC music therapy student to win this award in the past 10 years.

This honor has made it possible for her to accept an offer to participate in the Jamaica Field Service Project this June. She will volunteer in an intensive experience in rural Jamaica with other students from around the United States and Canada, under the supervision of board certified music therapists. The experience will include immersion in the culture, learning traditional drumming and songs, as well as working in varied rural school and healthcare settings. For more information about the Jamaica Field Service Project, visit:

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