A college degree was not on the radar when Mitchell Imlah graduated from Rosholt High School. With a grade point average of 2.1, “I wasn’t that kid who did well in school,” he said.
Imlah graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point with a biochemistry degree and 4.0 GPA in May. He is undertaking the process to apply for medical school this month.
The road between those two graduations took Imlah across the ocean, to intensive care units (ICU) and through a global pandemic. These experiences sparked his interest in a health care career and built his confidence to attain it.
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