Student Impact

Volunteers Make Our Organization.

Universal Health Aid exists because of its students. Our students are the core of our team and help push our mission forward. After almost 10 years, they continue to serve their community both inside UHA and beyond.

Here is a highlight of some of our current and former student volunteers.

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UHA alumni believe their work with UHA helped them work collaboratively with a team

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UHA alumni believe UHA helped them become engaged in the community

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UHA alumni believe UHA helped them become engaged in the community

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UHA alumni believe UHA gave them new perspectives and insights

Current / Past Employment of UHA Members

    • First Solar
    • Front Health Care
    • Loretto Hospital
    • Luxottica
    • Maumee Valley Country Day School
    • Michigan Medicine
    • Microsoft
    • National Neuromonitoring
    • NBC Universal
    • Ross Stores
    • Schuler Scholar Program
    • Spaceshop Commerce
    • The Ohio State University
    • ThermoFisher

Undergraduate Majors Represented

    • Anthropology
    • Biochemistry
    • Bioengineering
    • Biomedical Engineering
    • Cognitive Science
    • Communication Studies
    • Computer Science
    • Economics
    • Finance
    • Global Health
    • Industrial Design
    • International Relations and Diplomacy
    • Kinesiology
    • Movement Science
    • Neuroscience
    • Philosophy
    • Public Health
    • Rehabilitation Sciences

This has been the biggest part of my life and by far the most transformational, our team was genuinely incredible and those individuals have my heart.

Vamsi Chodisetty

Former UHA Member

My experience with UHA has immersed me into the local community and shown me the disparities that exist. It has pushed me to continue serving my community in ways I had not pursued before and to develop critical leadership skills. As an aspiring healthcare professional, I believe UHA has provided valuable experience that will allow me to utilize future knowledge and skills to the greatest extent in my community.

Akhil Katragadda

UHA Toledo