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Thanks Matt for sharing your story and good luck!

Matthew Triano ‘16 graduated from the PA Delta Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon in May of 2016. Since then, he has continued to pursue his passion for helping others by beginning medical school at the Georgetown University School of Medicine over this past year.

Matthew’s induction to the profession was celebrated with a White Coat Ceremony where he and his class recited the Hippocratic Oath, which bound them to the responsibilities to care for and protect their patients for the rest of their careers. Earlier this summer, the SigEp Brother participated in an intensive anatomy program and dissected a cadaver in order to train as a TA for the School of Medicine.

In the coming year, he hopes to be able to teach first year medical students and master’s students in nursing. In his free time, Matthew kindly volunteered as a Spanish language interpreter at the Arlington Free Clinic of Arlington, VA, helping provide free healthcare to disadvantaged and underprivileged members of the community at large.

While his studies may be difficult, he continually feels an immense sense of gratification and fulfillment from being able to pursue a career in which he believes he can help make a positive impact and give back to the community.