MBA Student Creates Nonprofit for Experiential Learning Abroad

Danial Dadkhoo is a current MBA candidate and is using what he’s learned in the classroom to take his nonprofit to the next level.

In 2013, as a undergraduate student at the University of Maryland-College Park, Dadkhoo started the campus’s first experiential learning study abroad program geared for pre-dental students. After seeing how much value students derived from it, he set out to create a more expansive and better version of what he started during his time in college. Fast forward to now, The Mission Armada has the ability to provide unique experiential learning services to students interested in all facets of health services.

If you are interested in the health professional fields such as medicine, nursing, dentistry, social work, pharmacy, or public health/policy, AND want to study abroad, Dadkhoo will be hosting an interest meeting for all students who are curious about going on April 23 and April 24 from 5-7 p.m. in room 316 of the University of Baltimore Library.

Students can drop by anytime during that period to learn more. Please email Danial at beforehand to R.S.V.P. to ensure we have enough space.has

Be a part of the world’s first multi-sector experiential learning study abroad service program geared towards students interested in continuing their educations to become health professionals. Students will be going to Jamaica from August 10-17 to work alongside leading healthcare professionals and organizations in serving multiple communities throughout East Jamaica.

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